Paper is the debut solo album from Black Crowes guitarist Rich Robinson. This album contains brand new material along with songs that were initially written for Robinson's 2002-2003 project, Hookah Brown. Robinson handled guitar, bass, and other instruments as well as taking over the lead vocals, with the gaps being filled in by Joe Magistro (drums), Eddie Harsch (keyboards, credited as Eddie Hawrsch), Donnie Herron (fiddle, violin) and his son Taylor Robinson (percussion).
Paper, stylized as PAPER, is a New York City-based independent magazine focusing on fashion, pop culture, nightlife, music, art and film. Past cover models include Kim Kardashian, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Prince, Jeremy Scott, CL, and Jennifer Lopez.
It has been known to have celebrities like Miley Cyrus and Kim Kardashian pose nude for their covers.
Paper was founded and launched in 1984 by editors Kim Hastreiter and David Hershkovits (with Lucy Sisman and Richard Weigand) as a black and white 16-page fold-out (production was done in the offices of The New York Times).
The magazine has since evolved into a monthly print and digital magazine. Articles, photos, interviews, and news can be found archived on their website.
Paper also has a large social media presence on Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest
In November 2014, Kim Kardashian was the cover star of the “Break the Internet” issue. Ms. Kardashian was interviewed by Paper contributor Amanda Fortini for the spread “No Filter: An Afternoon with Kim Kardashian.” The photos for the issue were taken by Jean–Paul Goude. The shoot was a re-creation of Goude’s “Champagne Incident”, a series of photographs from his 1982 book Jungle Fever. The cover photo, as well as the rest, feature a fully nude Kim Kardashian.
"Paper" is the second song of a double-A sided single from Queen Latifah's 1998 album Order in the Court. One of the first Queen Latifah songs that is all singing and no rap, it is essentially a cover of "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" with significantly altered lyrics. The song was produced by Pras of The Fugees.
Queen Latifah's first single from Order In The Court is "Bananas (Who You Gonna Call?)". A video was made for that. In one edition of the video, It's a double video which also features "Paper".
In one version, The whole song for "Bananas (Who You Gonna Call?)" is in the video. Latifah and a male friend are playing a video game called "Bananas". Latifah loses the game. This edition has officially been posted on YouTube by Universal Music Group. Various clips from the second edition were used where Latifah was not filmed lip syncing. In the other version, only part of the song is in the video. After part of verse one, Latifah is shown losing and she tells her male friend that she will get him in "Paper". The song "Paper" finishes the video. Latifah wins in "Paper". This version is the one that usually airs on Television.
Exchange may refer to:
Exchange is a split album by the ska punk band Against All Authority and the punk rock band, The Criminals. It was first released in 1999 on Sub City Records.
Against All Authority
In the tactics and strategy in the board game of chess, an exchange (exchanging) or trade (trading) of chess pieces is series of closely related moves, typically sequential, in which the two players capture each other's pieces. Any types of pieces except the kings may possibly be exchanged, i.e. captured in an exchange, although a king can capture an opponent's piece. Either the player of the white or the black pieces may make the first capture of the other player's piece in an exchange, followed by the other player capturing a piece of the first player, often referred to as a recapture. Commonly, the word "exchange" is used when the pieces exchanged are of the same type or of about equal value, which is an even exchange. According to chess tactics, a bishop and a knight are usually of about equal value. If the values of the pieces exchanged are not equal, then the player who captures the higher value of piece(s) can be said to be up the exchange or wins the exchange, while the opponent who captures the lower value of piece(s) is down the exchange or loses the exchange. Exchanges occur very frequently in chess, in almost every game and usually multiple times per game. Exchanges are often related to the tactics or strategy in a chess game, but often simply occur over the course of a game.