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  • Kristen Stewart, Secret Poet, Shares Her Art With ‘Marie Claire’

    Kristen Stewart, human embodiment of a Tom Petty song, has written a poem that she shared with ‘Marie Claire.’ After three pages of your typical celebrity-profile fare — dog names, sparely furnished house, the blue Vans she wore, a filmography, and truncated romantic history — you land on Page 4, which contains the money shot. The poem is titled “My Heart Is a Wiffle Ball/Freedom Pole.”

  • Meet the Blazers

    Understanding how Portland’s Fab Four make such sweet music.

  • And Your New Ted Mosby Is … Greta Gerwig?!

    On Tuesday night, the lead for ‘How I Met Your Dad,’ CBS’s previously announced spinoff of ‘How I Met Your Mother,’ was revealed. And it was Greta Gerwig. And everyone went WAIT, WHAT?

  • The Case for Team Russia

    The pressure these guys are under right now is more than a little nutters. So even if you’re pulling for Team USA or Canada in these Games, it’s OK to secretly root for Evgeni Malkin & Co. a little bit, too.

  • We Went There: The Lakers’ Sobering Moment of Clarity Against the Jazz

    It’s safe to assume Lakers fans realize this team is a far cry from the franchise’s former glory. It might also be safe to say they haven’t fully realized the depth of their team’s despair. After their 17-point loss to the Utah Jazz last night at Staples Center, the Lakers officially have the worse record of the two teams. Who could have foreseen this?

  • ‘Justified’ Recap: ‘Kill the Messenger’ Uses Nonlethal Force

    Boyd has a proposition! Interesting things happen whenever Boyd has propositions.

  • Joy and Agony on the Mountains in Sochi

    I thought I might become desensitized to the joys and agonies of these competitions after a few days, but it never gets any easier to see someone crumple into tears, just as it never gets less endearing to read about the lives and roads-to-Sochi of champions.

  • Quantum Leap: The Story of Women’s Ski Jumping in Five Soaring Moments

    They were falling at every moment, speeding toward the declining ground. They floated, and then sank downward. They were always men, until now.

  • 30 for 30 Shorts: ‘The Deal’

    Our latest film, from Nick and Colin Barnicle, tells the story of the reigning AL MVP and the two epic rivals fighting for his services.

  • We Went There: ‘#IAMSORRY,’ Shia LaBeouf’s Apology Performance Art Installation

    Shia’s foray into performance art is as annoying and obvious as Joaquin Phoenix’s, but slightly less obnoxious than James Franco’s, only because there is less of it.

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