All Blog posts Tagged: '_'

  • Anonymous in Sochi: In Search of Russia’s LGBT Community

    The truth is that if I kissed my partner after winning a gold medal, or if the Olympic team I’m here with posted a photo of two men or two women kissing, it wouldn’t be called love.

  • Songs of the Week: Shlohmo & Jeremih, Karen O & Ezra Koenig, and More Loving Couples

    In our Valentine’s Day edition, enjoy a collection of affectionate musical pairings from this week.

  • NHL Grab Bag: Ohhhhhh, Canada!

    Canada is 2-0 in the Olympics but hasn’t really played anyone good yet and isn’t looking dominant. Is anyone getting nervous? I’m starting to get a little nervous.

  • Video on Demand Report: Harrison Ford Returns to Space in ‘Ender’s Game’

    Plus ‘The Best Man Holiday,’ ‘The Armstrong Lie,’ and more options for your home viewing pleasure this weekend.

  • NBA Report Card: Do You Believe in Basketball Miracles?

    Let’s look back at the first half of the season, and hand out some grades for the good, the bad, and everything in between.

  • Michael Keaton Just Gave ‘Beetlejuice 2’ a Huge, Tim Burton–y Cred Boost

    “I always said that’s the one thing I’d like to do again, if I ever did anything again,” Keaton says. “Without giving too much away, [Tim Burton and I have] talked to each other and emailed each other, and if he’s in, it’s gonna be hard not to be in.”

  • Citius, Altius, Frigidiores

    People like to talk about how the Olympics is this shining symbol of human unity blah blah, and it’s all true, but only because nothing unites humanity faster than our shared desperation over the almost unbelievable attention to detail with which winter manages to suck.

  • Kevin Hart: Let Me Try to Explain

    Kevin Hart is happening.

    Regardless of how you feel about the man, you are feeling his moment. Even if you’re not familiar with his work, you still understand that he very much exists. There’s even a slight chance you can’t match his face or voice to his name. But you’ve seen the face. And you’ve heard the voice. And you know the name.

  • What Happens When College Basketball Rivalries Reach the Pro Ranks?

    Sometimes rivalries are dictated by great players fronting great teams. Sometimes they’re divisional wars. Sometimes they’re about a proximity effect. But no matter who you root for, in professional sports, players know few allegiances. Jacoby Ellsbury ditched Boston this offseason and set his eyes on Yankee Stadium. Ray Allen also left Boston for the warm weather, beaches, and a few championship rings in Miami. Vlade Davic was entrenched in a Kings-Lakers rivalry then promptly switched squads midway. In college, things are a little different. Recruits visit campuses, dine with coaches and players, and when the day comes, they pick a hat, don it, and boom, welcome to the institution you’ll be identified with forever.

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