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Interview: Michael Kelly (Doug Stamper, HOUSE OF CARDS)

It’s hard to talk to Michael Kelly, aka Doug Stamper from House of Cards, without mentioning major spoilers. So, if you aren’t up to the first episode of season 3, here’s your **spoiler alert**! 43 more words

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Dethroning the king

Deep down, we all knew that Netflix’s House of Cards was trash. Relentlessly soapy, popcorn-blockbuster trash that can be marathoned in the same way college kids shotgun cheap beer. 2,095 more words

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Redskins, Generals track teams earn wins at Cambridge

CAMBRIDGE – Coshocton and Ridgewood had strong showings in a tri-meet with Cambridge Saturday.

Zak Donley claimed the 100 (:11.02), Michael Kelly was first in the 400 (:54.86), Donley, Kelly, Billy Bailey and Jarrett Art won the 400 (:44.99) and 800 relays (1:33.6), Bailey, Art, Kelly and Jhett Slusser were first in the 1600 relay (3:45), and Blake Feldner captured the discus (137-9) for the Ridgewood boys. 287 more words

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The Interview: House of Cards - Hunger TV

Interview with House of Cards stars Kevin Spacey, Robin Wright and Michael Kelly for Hunger TV. Watch the full interviews here.

Journalism

National backlash after special needs student is stripped of varsity letter

As national backlash has rained down on Wichita East principal Ken Thiessen for forcing Michael Kelly, a student at the school with Down Syndrome, to remove a boy’s basketball varsity letter jacket, Thiessen has remained steadfast in his insistence that Kelly was not allowed to wear the jacket for a practical reason; Kelly was not a formal member of the team. 280 more words

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Special Needs Student Stripped Of High School Letter

USA Today – Michael Kelly is a high school student who plays on Wichita East’s special needs basketball team. His mother bought Kelly a letter jacket and a varsity letter to show his participation. 259 more words

'House of Cards' topples down: season three review

“You don’t add up and I’m intrigued,” novelist Thomas Yates (Paul Sparks) tells President Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey).

We might have shared Yates’ sentiments when we were first introduced to one of Netflix’s top moneymakers, “House of Cards,” two seasons ago, but the narrative’s changed. 842 more words

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