St. Barths’ Hotel Guanahani


The island’s only resort with two beaches, Hotel Guanahani offers an impressive Clarins spa (plus aFrederic Fekkai salon) as well as freestanding cottage-style suites, a kid’s club and nature trail.

Beyoncé by Juergen Teller Covers ‘T’ Magazine June 2014

Beyoncé Knowles graces the cover of the New York Times‘ TMagazine this June, shot by racy photographer Jeurgen Teller. Famed for his candid, often compromising choice of poses and use of bright flash, Teller’s style of picture taking should be something altogether different to the majority of high-gloss shoots the Queen of Pop usually finds herself in. While the cover runs with the title “Beyoncé The Boundless,”

Nike Womens Air Max 1 Split Sole


nike wmns air max 1 split sole june 2014 01 570x399 Nike Womens Air Max 1 Split Sole for June 2014

Lana Del Rey (@LanaDelRey) – Brooklyn Baby

Lana Del Rey unleashesa brand new joint called Brooklyn Baby. This track will be featured on Lana Del Rey upcoming album Ultraviolence, droping on June 17th.

Stak5 (@DaTrillStak5) Feat Rocko (@Rocko4Real), Jeezy (@Youngjeezy) & T.I. (@TIP) – Gumbo


NBA player Stephen Jackson who goes by the name Stak5 links up with Rocko, Jeezy and T.I. for his new single called Gumbo produced by June James.

Obama Launching Pay As You Earn

President Barack Obama is prepping new executive steps to help Americans struggling to pay off their student debt, and throwing his support behind Senate Democratic legislation with a similar goal but potentially a much more profound impact.

Obama on Monday will announce he’s expanding his “Pay As You Earn” program that lets borrowers pay no more than 10 percent of their monthly income in loan payments, the White House said. Currently, the program is only available to those who started borrowing after October 2007 and kept borrowing after October 2011. Obama plans to start allowing those who borrowed earlier to participate, potentially extending the benefit to millions more borrowers.

“At a time when college has never been more important, it’s also never been more expensive,” Obama said in his weekly radio and Internet address released Saturday.

Obama also plans to announce he’s directing the government to renegotiate contracts with federal student loan servicers to encourage them to make it easier for borrowers to avoid defaulting on their loans. And he will ask the Treasury and Education departments to work with major tax preparers, including H&R Block and the makers of TurboTax, to increase awareness about tuition tax credits and flexible repayment options available to borrowers.