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Anthony Bourdain’s Soul Needed More

In an article after the suicide of celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain, Mike Cosper writes, “Some are scratching their heads, wondering how someone ...


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Moral Dilemmas in Venerating Cultural Icons

Writing for a recent issue of Harper’s magazine, professor Margo Jefferson delves into the moral dilemmas many face when a cultural icon crashes ...


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The Emptiness of Wealth

Chuck Bentley, CEO of Crown Financial Ministries, writes:

Living only to acquire more is a foolish proposition. The story of a dear friend's father ...

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NBA Star Decreases so Better Player can Increase

NBA star, Dwayne Wade, decided to come back for one final season with the Miami Heat to make an impact before his retirement. Wade’s stellar career ...


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Rock Legend Lacks ‘Inner Core’

In writing his book, The Sun & The Moon & The Rolling Stones, Rich Cohen had a unique insider’s access to Mick Jagger, one of the most famous ...


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How Long Will the Famous Be Remembered after Death?

How long can most famous people expect to be remembered after they die? Between five and 30 years. That's according to Cesar A. Hidalgo, director ...


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Football Is Tom Brady's Religion

Tom Brady, quarterback for the New England Patriots, is on a spiritual quest.

Football has become Brady’s religion, said Gotham Chopra, a filmmaker ...


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NTSB Issues Warning for Potentially Unsafe Video Challenge

A song ("In My Feelings") by superstar rapper Drake spawned a video challenge where people record footage of themselves dancing to the song. But some ...


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Does Success and Fame Fill Our Emptiness?

Does wealth, fame, and success fill the emptiness in the human heart? Two contemporary celebrities who seemed to have everything have shared a similar ...


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Former NBA Player Prosecuted for Charity Fraud

A federal judge recently sentenced retired NBA forward Kermit Washington, 66, to six years without parole for his role in a charity-related fraud scheme, ...


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