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Tipped Scales: The Legacy of ‘Paradise Lost’ and the West Memphis Three, 25 Years LaterTwo filmmakers arrived in Arkansas expecting to make a documentary about "kids killing kids." What they ended up with was a series that shined a light on the Satanic Panic, citizen activism, and the power of the camera in the courtroom.
How Damian Lillard Turned a Clutch Shot Into Dame TimeDamian Lillard has been hitting buzzer-beaters since he was 13. But becoming the NBA’s preeminent clutch scorer has taken more than just skill. Lillard, along with past and present teammates and coaches, explains what goes into Dame Time, and how it’s evolved.
We Got Professional Photographers to Judge Our Pokémon Snap CompetitionTwo Ringer staffers set out to be the very best, like no one ever was, at the ‘New Pokémon Snap’ on Nintendo Switch. But instead of leaving it to Professor Mirror to judge the wildlife pictures, pro photographers determined the winner.
Another Day: Paul McCartney’s Once-Maligned, Now-Adored ‘Ram’ at 50In the wake of the dissolution of the Beatles, Paul and his wife Linda crafted a collection of songs that channeled their domestic bliss and Paul’s desire to create something unlike any of his work with the Fab Four. A half-century later, it remains a classic.1
The Reason Jae’Sean Tate Has Defied the NaysayersThere aren’t too many 25-year-old rookies in the NBA. Nor are there many people who have had to overcome as much adversity as Jae’Sean Tate. "A lot of people don’t know that part of my life because I’m always smiling … but it took a lot for me to get that way."