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Earlier this month, around the same time that Run The Jewels were preparing for an appearance on Conan, Axel Alonso, the Editor-in-Chief of Marvel Comics, was making public a variant cover of two...
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This week, Wale explains his role with the Washington Wizards and Marcus J. Moore returns to discuss a new video from Drew Dave, plus new music from Kokayi and Terracotta Blue. Wale Expands His...
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As the Sundance Film Festival enters its 31st year, over 45,000 attendees are expected to invade the laid-back ski town of Park City, Utah for the 10-day indie film showcase. In between the all-night...
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Opinions about events beyond our borders. The Guantánamo Memoirs of Mohamedou Ould SlahiHe was tortured, beaten, and humiliated, and he remains in prison. Here is his story, in his own words. For 12...
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Among the city's most skilled networkers are titans of finance and advertising, whose stature and wealth can create connections that lead to powerful outcomes. Jon Levy may not be a Wall Street...
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I have this theory that the city of Charleston has no clue what hip-hop is. According to my theory, the powers that be have a general idea of what hip-hop is but their views are antiquated at best and...
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'Downton Abbey' recap: What's that playing on the...
... Abbey' recap: What's that playing on the radio ... Please hum along to the tune from “The Sound of Music” for me: How do we solve a problem like Lady Mary? Okay, a little awkward, but you...
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The first terror attack on Paris killed 12 people at the satire magazine Charlie Hebdo office. The next day, a French policewoman was gunned down. On the third and final day, four hostages were...
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More like this Taylor Swift killed it in 2014. She moved from Nashville to New York, performed at the VMAs, openly embraced her feminist label and hosted an A-list birthday party. Somehow between all...
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Photo: Joe McKendry Can a company of brogrammersbest known for explaining Kanye West lyrics and telling Warren Buffett to do unseemly things actually annotate the world? One Friday this...
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Dr Chris Brown and Julia Morris pretend to be in the jungle, to attract contestants for I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here. Photo: Supplied In the land of the tall poppy syndrome, any well-known...
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