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Kim Kardashian 2 nod. When the arcade reopened its doors to this renovated space in 2011, the video game-themed bathrooms stole the show. Cintas Retro-style arcade game graphics are incorporated into the tile work of the floors and walls. Cintas Custom-designed sinks glow with an ever-changing array of color powered by LED bulbs. Cintas Fullscreen The public glass restrooms on the town square in Sulphur Springs, Texas, are No. 3. The small town took a big leap back in 2012 when they debuted two allglass bathrooms on their downtown square, the first of their kind in the nation. Cintas Users of the facility can see out, but no one can see in. Cintas The design includes a spacious wheelchair-accessible interior and a stainless steel toilet and sink. Cintas The bathrooms inside the Westfield Garden State Plaza in Paramus, N.J., are the epitome of family-friendly. Cintas The shopping mall's two newly renovated family lounges include private curtained stalls for nursing mothers, a granite countertop with multiple diaper changing stations, and bottle warmers. Cintas The lounges even offer private stalls complete with one standard sized toilet and a "pint-sized" potty, too. Cintas The John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, Wis., is renowned for exhibits that feature art made from pottery, iron, enamel and brass. Cintas The museum has six artist-inspired restrooms. Cintas Fullscreen The washroom in the Alex Madonna Gold Rush Steak House in San Luis Obispo, Calif., features carved wooden stall doors adorned with tufted pink leather, an antiqued golden mirror, a ceiling chandelier, marble countertops and pink embossed wallpaper with a gold leaf finish. Cintas One of the more notable design features in this restroom is the native stone walls. Cintas If you bypass the lollipops and licorice at Sloan's Ice Cream in West Palm Beach, Fla., and make a beeline for the bathroom, you'll find a memorable sight. Cintas When the restroom is empty the bathroom window visible to the parlor is clear, but once locked, a layer of fog blocks the view. Cintas Sandwiched between the two panels of glass is a mixture of polymer and liquid crystals. A constant electrical current keeps the crystals in line and the glass transparent. Cintas When the door handle is locked, the current is stopped, the crystals fall, and the glass looks clouded. Cintas The 20 restrooms in the main terminal at the Tampa International Airport in Florida were renovated as part of the airport's latest modernization project and were redesigned to provide a bright, clean atmosphere with a fresh, Florida feel. Cintas The restrooms feature automated, hands-free conveniences. Cintas The focal point of each restroom is the full-wall mural. <br>More: http://www.usatoday.com/story/dispatches/2013/11/19/americas-best-public-restrooms/3633773/







- advance to one of eight regional rounds. The winners of the eight regions, along with two wild cards, move onto a final round of 10. The winning rivalry will be awarded a $5,000 prize to be split view site... evenly between the two schools, with other prizes going to all of the national finalists. "Having launched the wildly popular 'Best Of' contest series only a year ago, USA TODAY High School Sports is thrilled to take the franchise to a new level by inviting even more high schools to vie for our various titles," said Derek Samson, director of content for USA TODAY High School Sports. "Beginning with the Best Rivalries Competition, we're giving schools across the country a chance to battle it out for honors such as 'Best Mascot,' 'Best Football Coach,' and the first-ever 'Best Basketball Coach.'" The 'Best Of' series launched in November 2012 with Brookfield vs. Marceline in Missouri taking the first-ever Best High School Football Rivalry title. <br>More: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/usa-today-high-school-sports-153000749.html







CST, November 17, 2013 Nov 17 (TheWrap.com) - USA Today set off a social media storm Sunday with a headline on its box-office story that many found racially insensitive. "'Holiday' Nearly Beat 'Thor' as Race-Themed Films Soar" was the original headline that the publication put up online and sent out on Twitter. Universal's romantic comedy sequel from writer-director Malcolm D. Lee did surprisingly well with $30.5 million this weekend, as it debuted against the Marvel superhero sequel, which took in $38.4 million. When that headline drew a blast of complaints, it was soon changed to "'Holiday' Nearly Beats 'Thor' as Ethnically Diverse Films Soar." The original tweet was deleted, too. Most of the complaints struck a similar chord. 'USA Today calls movies with black people in them race-themed Cos black people are a genre. <br>More: http://www.chicagotribune.com/entertainment/sns-usa-today-draws-fire-backs-off-racethemed-headline-on-boxoffice-story-20131117,0,2771310.story












USA TODAY Sports' Week 11 NFL predictions



Created by Kruger and Shapiro, Necessary Roughness wasnt a breakout hit with a big pop culture following for USA. But it developed a loyal audience and has been pretty consistent, ending its three-season run with a respectable average of 4 million viewers. USA made a big push going into Season 3, recruiting several new regulars, including John Stamos as new male lead. Necessary Roughness tackled a series of hot topics throughout its run. In 2012, it did a story about an athlete struggling with whether or not he should come out publicly because he was concerned about his celebrity image. This past spring, Jason Collins became the first active player in one of the four major American professional team sports to announce publicly that he is gay. This season, as headlines broke about doping in professional sports particularly the A-Rod controversy the shows storyline paralleled real life and featured athletes dealing with illegal performance-enhancing drugs issues. <br>More: http://www.deadline.com/2013/11/usas-necessary-roughness-cancelled/







Doing do means winning in Europe, which has long been a problem for the Americans. Sure, they beat Bosnia, but they also struggled in a draw last week against Scotland and for decades have been nothing short of a disaster back in The Old World. Will today in Austria be any better? Ryan: It would be appropriate if Jurgen Klinsmann started every German he had in Austria. He won't, but the the U.S. will http://gefgolaniga.inube.com/blog/3665385/kim-and-kanye-from-friends-to-fiances-in-five-clicks/ win anyways, 2-1, in a rather entertaining match because anyone who watched the Scotland draw is owed something worth watching. Kevin: This will only look slightly more like Kim Kardashian football than the last game, but it will still not actually be football. <br>More: http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/sbnation/union/SBNation_20131119_USA_vs__Austria__2013_friendly__Match_predictions.html





USA vs. Austria, 2013 friendly: Match predictions



(Photo: Ron Chenoy, USA TODAY Sports) SHARE 46 CONNECT 28 TWEET 8 COMMENTEMAILMORE The Kansas City Chiefs currently own first place in the AFC West, the conference's top playoff seed and the only unbeaten record in the NFL. But are they the best team in the league? Our power rankings panel, which currently slots K.C. at No. 3 , obviously doesn't think so. Some facts: the Chiefs haven't beaten a team that currently has a winning record and had to scrape out wins against backup quarterbacks Case Keenum, Jason Campbell and Jeff Tuel. Granted, the Kansas City defense has piled up sacks (36) and turnovers (23), allowed the fewest points in the league and scored five touchdowns of its own. <br>More: http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/2013/11/14/staff-picks-week-11-predictions/3527311/



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