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It’s Treeson! The Sad Story of Toomer’s Trees

On February 24, 2011 By JETLaw

When I last wrote, the NCAA was investigating Auburn University’s star quarterback, Cam Newton, for allegedly violating NCAA policies. Since that time, the NCAA suspended Cam Newton in a largely symbolic gesture, reinstated him a day later, and Auburn went on to win the National Championship. As the old saying goes, all’s well that ends [...]

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Bieber Fans Turned Felons?

On February 22, 2011 By Lauren Jacques

Could hoards of teenage girls suffering from “Bieber Fever” soon be felons? Last week, heart-throb Justin Bieber’s new flick, “Never Say Never,” climbed to an impressive #2 at the box office, furthering the star’s climb to the pop culture stratosphere. At an Orlando, Florida premier of the movie, however, things were not all rainbows [...]

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When TV Becomes Reality

On January 28, 2011 By Susan Reilly

The “reality” of so-called reality shows has long been a topic of hot debate — and it’s pretty clear that at least some altercations and dramatic encounters are done (at least in part) for the cameras. MTV is host to two of the most popular “reality TV” series on the air: Jersey Shore and Teen Mom. [...]

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“Sister Wives:” Big Love, Big Problems

On October 1, 2010 By Emily Larish

TLC’s new reality show, “Sister Wives,” may soon get very real indeed. The show, featuring a fundamentalist Mormon family in Lehi, Utah, premiered on Sunday, September 26. The cast of characters includes Kody Brown, his four wives, and their sixteen children. The Browns decided to “go public” in order to gain [...]

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