How LeBron arrived on the doorstep of history

LeBron James needs just 25 points to become the seventh member of the NBA’s 30,000-point club. The King and the many witnesses to his 15-year journey tell us how he got there.
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Malia Obama Arrived At Harvard And Oh Man, Kids Grow Up So Fast

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Outlander Season 3’s Trailer Has Finally Arrived! Get Your First Look at Claire & Jamie’s Epic Quest to Reunite

Outlander Season 3The search for Jamie is on, Outlander fans.
In the just-released trailer for the third season of the Starz hit, fans get their first look at the separated soulmates Claire (Caitriona…

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Drake’s OVO x Clarks Desert Boots Have Finally Arrived

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These Seriously Stylish Swim Trunks Arrived Just in Time for Summer

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Game of Thrones Season 7 Photos Have Finally Arrived and They Were Worth the Wait

Game of Thrones season 7The wait to return to Westeros just got a little bit easier.
While Game of Thrones still won’t be back for season seven until July 16, HBO has just released the eagerly-awaited first…

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Sean Penn and Robin Wright’s Model Daughter Has Officially Arrived

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When your dad is ’90s bad-boy heartthrob Sean Penn and your mom’s The Princess Bride herself, Robin Wright, you’re probably going to be pretty rad (just saying). Dylan Penn is the latest good-looking celebrity offspring to land in the fashion world, nabbing Ermanno Scervino’s spring 2015 ad campaign, per WWD. It’s the first major deal for Dylan, who’s previously posed for Gap outlets and shot a Stuart Weitzman video alongside Poppy Delevingne.

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“[Modeling] was something I was really trying to stay away from originally, just because I consider myself a really shy person. I didn’t think I’d be good at it. But after realizing what kind of pay I would get, I decided to swallow that fear and try it out,” she said. “I know that my last name plays a huge part in getting certain jobs. I’m not oblivious to that fact. But I don’t think I would be hired for things if I was really wrong for the part.”

But you know what a famous last name does not get you? Access to any House of Cards secrets. While visiting Mom as she worked on an episode for next season, Dylan was made to leave so as not to find out any secrets. Don’t you just love this little anecdote?

What current celebrity kids do you think have a career modeling or acting ahead of them? I’m putting all my money on Harper Beckham.

PS: If you haven’t seen the first modeling pics from Pierce Brosnan’s son, you need to!





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Kiran Desai: The World Arrived in Books

Because she spent her childhood in an India, that had not yet opened its doors to the larger world, Indian novelist, Kiran Desai, had only her knowledge from books to rely on, before she later became an immigrant.

“We read as if we were exiles”, says Desai of the long summer afternoons spent reading in her home in Delhi. The beloved bookshelf of Desai’s childhood was full of international books, from Truman Capote to Fyodor Dostoyevsky to Virginia Wolf. This proved an advantage, when she, as a teenager, moved to America and experienced a great cultural difference: “Those books had allowed me to become a more successful and humane traveller. No matter how great the difference seemed, between India and the rest of the world, I did have that humane place of books.”

The displacement she has experienced, as an immigrant, has been helpful to Desai as a novelist, as she considers this sense of displacement to be something you also seek out in art: “You read a book to be able to transform yourself.”

Kiran Desai is an Indian novelist born in 1971 in New Delhi, India. Her first novel Hullabaloo in the Guava Orchard was published in 1998 and was praised by fellow authors such as Salman Rushdie and awarded the Betty Trask Award. Desai’s second novel The Inheritance of Loss won the 2006 Man Booker Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Fiction Award. In 2013, she was awarded a 2013 Berlin Prize Fellowship at the American Academy in Berlin.

Kiran Desai was interviewed by Marc-Christoph Wagner at the Louisiana Literature festival August 2012 at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark.

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The First Reviews Of ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1’ Have Arrived

“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1” isn’t out in U.S. theaters until Nov. 21, but the film had its world premiere in London on Monday night and first reviews soon followed. The consensus? Mixed, with many critics citing Lionsgate’s decision to split Suzanne Collins’ source novel into two parts as a demerit. “Like an overgrown and bloated trailer for a film yet to come, Francis Lawrence’s ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1’ spreads perhaps 45 minutes of dramatic material across two far-too-leisurely hours,” wrote Todd McCarthy for The Hollywood Reporter. If sick burns aren’t your speed, there are other opinions about the film below.

1. “‘Harry Potter’ started it, and now it’s bedevilling ‘The Hunger Games’ too. But the trend for dividing in two the last film of a series (see also ‘The Twilight Saga’) has less to do with story-tellers indulging our appetite for delayed gratification and more to do with executives enriching themselves.” — Brian Viner, The Daily Mail

2. “A film with the full title of ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1’ may sound too self-consciously like a franchise building block to be best in series so far. And yet it is. […] Francis Lawrence, his actors and crew have given us a blockbuster that uses all its wit and wile to fly on the wings of what makes us human.” — Sophie Monks Kaufman, Little White Lies

3. “Katniss arms up … against anyone expecting diminishing returns from a four-part trilogy. With measure and muscle, Lawrences Jennifer and Francis nail the job of selling the long, twisting road towards revolution.” — Kevin Harley, Total Film

4. “Unsubtly resonant, at times quite rousing and somewhat unsatisfying by design, this penultimate series entry is a tale of mass uprising and media manipulation that itself evinces no hint of a rebellious streak or subversive spirit: Suzanne Collins’ novels may have warned against the dangers of giving the masses exactly what they want to see, but at this point, the forces behind this hugely commercial property are not about to risk doing anything but.” — Justin Chang, Variety

5. “It may disappoint young fans who relished the sheer fantasy verve that drove the first parts, but as a thoughtful and at times moving preamble to a tough climax, ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1’ delivers.” — Mark Adams, ScreenDaily

6. “This is basically the third time that we’ve seen the whole ‘split the final book into two movies’ gimmick, and this is frankly the first time I believe said choice has done the material an artistic disservice. […] The acting is solid and there are interesting moments and beats throughout, but the film sadly feels like the first part of a two-part television series finale, with all of the proverbial ‘good stuff’ held in reserve for the theoretical final showdown.” — Scott Mendelson, Forbes

7. “‘Mockingjay – Part 1’ is still very much a ‘Hunger Games’ movie, yes, but it calls to mind smart political comedies like ‘Wag the Dog’ and ‘Tanner ’88’ as well.” — Alonso Duralde, TheWrap

8. “‘Mockingjay – Part 1’ is all queue, no roller-coaster. The third of four films in the successful and admirable ‘Hunger Games’ series is any number of good things: intense, stylish, topical, well-acted. But the one thing it could never be called is satisfying.” — Robbie Collin, The Daily Mail

“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1” stars Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Elizabeth Banks, Julianne Moore, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Jeffrey Wright, Sam Claflin, Natalie Dormer and Donald Sutherland.
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