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COMMENTARY: Ray Rice Got Off Too Easy

Yesterday, our columnist Tonya Pendleton penned her version of the Stephen A. Smith/Ray Rice Controversy. Today, Michael Cottman provides the male point of view. 

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A Different Kind of Real

An analysis of Abbas Kiarostami’s Certified Copy

              A middle-aged woman walks slowly around a stone fountain and takes in the breeze.  Her gaze never leaves the Roman statue in the center, as her expression changes from curiosity to admiration. 4,090 more words


Day 169: "Misery"

When was it recorded?   Feb. 11 and 20, 1963

When was it first released, and on which album?   Mar. 22, 1963 on “Please Please Me” 537 more words


Excited Dog Faints After Reuniting with Owner After Two Years [WATCH]


Casey, a 9-year-old schnauzer, had us nervous for a second when we first watched this video but it turns out the pooch was simply excited over the return of her owner, Rebecca Ehalt. 109 more words


HUGGY LOWDOWN: 45-Year-Old Jenny From The Block Still Looks Like Ms. Parker From 'Friday', The Lakers New Coaching Staff

07/28/14 – Huggy Lowdown dishes on the weekend celebrity news. Click the link above to hear who the LA Lakers selected as their new coach, Jennifer Lopez’ 45th birthday and much more!

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MORNING MINUTE: The King Is Back, The Real Reason LeBron James Went Back To #23, Chubbie Checker Is Now Richard SmallWOOD

07/28/14 – Did you hear? Bobby Brown is back on tour with New Edition! But just how much will the show change? Comedian Chris Paul has the new playlist. 36 more words

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ROLAND MARTIN: Ray Rice's Two Game Suspension, Are Black Women Not Valuable To The NFL?

Roland Martin talks to Ulester Douglas, Interim Director of Men Stopping Violence about the light suspension of Baltimore Ravens player, Ray Rice. The NFL caught heat after they gave Rice a two day game suspension as a result of the domestic violence charge against his then finance-now wife. 56 more words

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