Blue Ivy and North West Halloween Costume Competition; Beyonce Imitates Legend

Atlanta Daily World

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Two-thirds of the Carter household dressed up like the First Family of Music, while North West went for the cute animal look.

Royal couple Beyonce and Jay Z dressed their daughter, Blue Ivy, as Michael Jackson, while Kanye West and Kim Kardashian dressed little Nori in a skunk costume.

Beyonce, meanwhile, went with the look of the King of Pop’s sister, Janet Jackson, a legend in her own right

Even though they won’t admit it publicly, it seems as if the are vying for the cutest child competition.

Looks like Blue Ivy wins this one.

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Wolves, Rubio agree on 4-year, $56 million contract extension

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The Minnesota Timberwolves and guard Ricky Rubio have agreed on a four-year contract extension.

The deal beat an 11 p.m. deadline that would have allowed Rubio to become a restricted free agent at the end of the regular season. He was in the final of his rookie contract.

The extension will lock him up for the Wolves for the next four years.

Rubio averaged 9.5 points and 8.6 assists per game for the Wolves last season.

The sides had been bogged down in negotiations most of the summer. The Wolves had made several offers for a four-year extension, but his camp had…

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San Francisco Braces For Giants’ World Series Parade

TIME

Undaunted by forecasted chilly weather and steady rain, up to a million baseball fans are expected to crowd into downtown San Francisco Friday for a parade to commemorate the Giants’ third World Series win in five years.

The parade, which started at noon, will stretch for a mile and a half from Market and Steuart streets, then up McAllister Street to the steps of City Hall for a celebration including players, politicians and local celebrities.

The National Weather Service says conditions will be “uncomfortable” with steady rainfall and temperatures in the 50s, but organizers don’t expect fans to be deterred.

The Giants emerged victorious over the Kansas City Royals Wednesday after a tense match up that came down to a final pitch in game seven of the series. The fact that the celebration also falls on Halloween—a day for which orange and black-clad Giants fans will come already dressed appropriately—is…

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Silverman: Chiefs Have Pass-Rush, Relentlessness To Derail Vick’s Debut

CBS New York

By Steve Silverman
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We know that there’s a high level of gratitude coming from Michael Vick to his old coach, Andy Reid. We also know that Reid has a tremendous amount of respect for Vick’s athleticism, arm strength and ability to create highlight-film plays on the football field.

But what we also know is that Vick is walking into one of the most difficult assignments he could possibly have when he takes the field at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday.

It should be a time to celebrate for Jets fans, because Rex Ryan made the only decision he could possibly make and still have any self-respect. He benched the backsliding Geno Smith because he wanted to give his team a legitimate chance to win games the rest of the season.

But it’s almost certainly not going to happen this week when the Jets face their former…

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