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Will free agency lead Thomas Robinson to his NBA home?
Reid Carolin was going to make thoughtful documentaries about veterans and war-torn nations — then he met a former stripper named Channing Tatum and helped him put his life onscreen. Now they’re one of Hollywood’s smartest young duo...
In 2015, female country artists are stymied by the radio industrial complex at a stunning rate. Why is the genre so bro-centric? And can it ever change?
Terran Petteway’s mother died of cancer in April. The NBA prospect will honor her on draft night whether a team selects him or not.
Seth MacFarlane reaches new lows with ‘Ted 2.’
With an uproarious sex comedy and an unnerving thriller, Patrick Brice is making his feature directorial debut — twice in the same day — and unexpectedly showing the way forward for how we watch movies now.
Experiencing the ecstasy of two long-tortured basketball fan bases, both with a chance to win this year’s NBA championship.
Storming Coachella, embracing pop music, turning the charts psychedelic — Kevin Parker knows his band is on the brink of something big. All he has to do is keep writing and stay ‘pissfit.’
How Harrison Barnes learned to stop worrying and let the game come to him... and how he'll need that skill to help bounce back after a disastrous Game 3.
Our latest film, directed by Gary Jobson, tells the story of a dark and stormy night in one of the world’s most prestigious yacht races.
Michael Stipe on the highs and lows of R.E.M. and his unknowable future in music.
The runner Steve Prefontaine died on May 30, 1975. His legacy remains alive.
The Astros weren’t supposed to be this good this soon. Thanks to maturing talent, shrewd investments, and a fierce commitment to a controversial rebuilding process, however, they’re leading the AL West before the top-prospect cavalry even arrives.
A free album no one asked for. A massive tour millions will see. A legendary career. An army of haters. To be U2 is to be in contradiction with the culture, while trying to be the culture. Thirty-five years into its existence, what does the band mean now?
Sydney Leroux has followed a map to the stars — from Canada to the U.S., and now, on the eve of the Women’s World Cup, back again. Will the tatted and tenacious striker leave her mark on the big tournament?
Facing elimination in the Eastern Conference finals, the Atlanta Hawks’ Paul Millsap remains stoic and determined, like he’s always been.
The the Sports Guy that's fit to print.
Our latest film, directed by Colin Hanks, tells the story of how a bad team and an even worse idea were an ugly combination in San Francisco.
Cavaliers center Timofey Mozgov never let early NBA notoriety define him, and the steady work ethic he’s displayed since arriving from Russia has LeBron James on the verge of another trip to the Finals.
Mafia hit men out for revenge. Drew Barrymore stripteases. Beer-guzzling camels. Madonna high on ‘endo.’ It was all in a day’s work in his first job out of college. These are Daniel Kellison’s memories of working for David Letterman in the 1990s.