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Shaquille O’Neal, Self-Proclaimed ‘Serial Cheater,’ Is Rooting for Cheaters Everywhere

Photo: Mauricio Santana, Mychal Watts, Lachlan Cunningham (Getty Images) It continues to be an exciting era for cheaters. Adam Levine has appeared to DM everyone but me on Instagram, yet the man behind the glorified elevator music we all know and loathe just scored a Vegas residency and continues to be seen smiling with his …

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PICC, 4 major artworks now National Cultural Treasures

culture Here’s what that stamp of recognition means for our cultural jewels ANCX Staff | Sep 28 2022 The Brutalist masterwork of National Artist for Architecture Leandro Locsin, the Philippine International Convention Center or PICC, has been declared a National Cultural Treasure. The recognition was made official Tuesday night at an event …

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The vintage French style taking interiors by storm

It’s this apparent modernity, an influence of Cubism, that is part of French Art Deco’s appeal for collectors and designers. “This furniture with its sober, clear and clean lines corresponds to the expectations of the many enthusiasts who wish to integrate an older piece into contemporary interiors,” says Gérald Remy, heritage curator of the exhibition …

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Monster through the eyes of a Dahmer victim’s sister

Evan Peters as Jeffery Dahmer in MonsterImage: Netflix The debut of Netflix’s Monster: The Jeffery Dahmer Story has sparked a robust online conversation about the ethics of Hollywood revisiting famous murderers at the cost of letting victims rest. Above the back-and-forth Twitter noise, however, a singular voice on the subject rings clear and true: Rita …

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Dallas Cowboys receiver CeeDee Lamb crashed into a photographer, but she’s OK and ‘nailed the shot’

12:52 PM ET Jeremy WillisESPN.com Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb made an incredible, leaping, one-handed touchdown catch to help give the Cowboys a 23-16 win over the New York Giants on Monday Night Football. After landing with the score, Lamb tumbled and rolled into photographer Kathryn Riley on the sideline, knocking her down. With …

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NFL Style Rankings: Jacksonville Jaguars earning team wins on and off the field

With summer officially over, we now turn our calendar to the time of the year that really separates the men from the boys. Welcome to fall, where it is now the time to start dressin’ dressin’. It’s time to see who can layer, mix elements and come with it on the catwalks. I want to …

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Alan Rickman’s diaries reveal his opinions about Harry Potter

Alan RickmanPhoto: Chris Jackson (Getty Images) Severus Snape was always (no Harry Potter pun intended) a controversial figure in the HP fandom. He was a spiteful bully of children and former wizard Nazi, but he also had a big crush on Harry’s mom and dedicated his life to fighting evil in her memory. It’s hard …

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Kevin Feige felt it was “much too soon” to recast Black Panther

Photo: Matt Winkelmeyer; Fraser Harrison (Getty Images) The release of the Black Panther sequel is sure to dredge up feelings about the death of Chadwick Boseman, one of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s most beloved stars. While most of the details of Wakanda Forever are still under wraps, we know that the movie will deal with …

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