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  • B.S. Report: William Goldman

    Screenwriter William Goldman joins the B.S. Report to talk about Philip Seymour Hoffman, the time he avoided Alfred Hitchcock walking down the street, and the New York Knicks.

  • Ten Years of Facebook, and Almost Four Awkward Years of Mom Being a ‘Friend’

    It was the defining moment of my near-decade on Facebook. And on this, the 10th birthday of the social networking platform, it seems appropriate to take a look back at this point in history. The day one of your parents joined Facebook. Chances are that you spent years on Facebook without a chaperone. I had […]

  • An Imbalance of Power: The Woody Allen and Dylan Farrow Controversy

    Dylan stands by her childhood memory, with all its specifics and details. There is something about the Woody Allen case that seems to make some people recoil, as if the very idea is so distasteful it shouldn’t even be discussed. To Dylan Farrow, “Woody Allen is a living testament to the way our society fails the survivors of sexual assault and abuse.” She asks us to “imagine a world that celebrates her tormenter,” her bleak joke being that of course that world exists, and she lives there.

  • What the Cossacks Can Do

    In Sochi, a small group of soldiers with a complicated and violent history will be there to keep the peace at the Winter Olympics.

  • The Five Most Important Things We Learned About ‘SNL’ This Week

    This week, a little flurry of ‘SNL’-related articles feeds our never-ending hunger.

  • National Signing Day 2014 Primer: Bama, Butch, B1G Butts, and More

    Is Alabama’s two-game losing streak impacting its recruiting efforts? Will Texas A&M find a replacement for Johnny Manziel? Who are the top uncommitted prospects and where might they sign? Our National Signing Day 2014 Primer answers that and more.

  • Crimson Pride

    That’s what Saturday night in February is. Saturday night in February is when Thursday night in March starts.

  • ‘The Bachelor,’ Week 5: How to Decide Whether or Not to Have Sex in the Ocean

    “And then there were 11,” just as it was foretold by ancient seer Agatha Christie. Or was it Nostradamus? No matter. The introductory sentiment stands, and the instructors at the Bachelor School can’t waste their time on any history lesson that doesn’t materially affect one’s strategy. It is Week 5, and the field has narrowed […]

  • Triangle Cheat Sheet: Kaner!, ‘Street Fighter II,’ and Team Twitter Banter

    A midday review of everything you need to know from the world of sports.

  • George Clooney’s Famous Friends Took Bite-Size Paychecks for ‘The Monuments Men’

    Stars like Bill Murray, Cate Blanchett, Matt Damon, and John Goodman worked for what Clooney calls “super cheap, like crazy cheap” in order to keep the WWII art history drama within a reasonable budget.

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