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'bachelorette': rachel gets advice from kareem abdul-jabbar, demario leaves


the gang’s all here: chris harrison, mila kunis, ashton kutcher, kareem abdul-jabbar and demario’s ex.        






'bachelorette': rachel gets advice from kareem abdul-jabbar, demario leaves


the gang’s all here: chris harrison, mila kunis, ashton kutcher, kareem abdul-jabbar and demario’s ex.        






kareem abdul-jabbar appears on 'the bachelorette' months after harshly criticizi


kareem abdul-jabbar penned a harsh critique of abc’s “the bachelor” and “the bachelorette” franchise for the hollywood reporter earlier this year. in it, the lakers legend stated “there is an insidious darkness beneath the fairy tale pabulum they are serving up” and “the real crime is the lack of intellectual and appearance diversity, which leaves the contestants as interchangeable as mr. potato head parts.”he also bemoaned the lack of diversity on the shows: “if you’re black on ‘the bachelor’ or ‘the bachelorette,’ you’re usually kept around as a courtesy for a few weeks before being ejected.”so what was abdul-jabbar doing as a guest star on monday’s episode of “the bachelorette,” running the male contestants through some basketball drills and helping leading lady rachel lindsay make obse






'you are not forgotten': families and activists remember rodney king and latasha


captionkareem abdul-jabbar at the l.a. times festival of booksbasketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.basketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.






driver who struck and killed a teen while fleeing lapd officers is sentenced to


captionkareem abdul-jabbar at the l.a. times festival of booksbasketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.basketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.






this one unbelievably expensive iowa patient makes the case for single-payer hea


captionkareem abdul-jabbar at the l.a. times festival of booksbasketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.basketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.






police report says passenger fought with officers before he was pulled from unit


captionkareem abdul-jabbar at the l.a. times festival of booksbasketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.basketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.






did people power save a trove of epa data from a shutdown by trump?


captionkareem abdul-jabbar at the l.a. times festival of booksbasketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.basketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.






did people-power save a trove of epa data from a shutdown by trump?


captionkareem abdul-jabbar at the l.a. times festival of booksbasketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.basketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.






trump white house touts achievements but downplays 100-day expectations


captionkareem abdul-jabbar at the l.a. times festival of booksbasketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.basketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.






marchers gather to commemorate 102nd anniversary of armenian genocide


captionkareem abdul-jabbar at the l.a. times festival of booksbasketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.basketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.






does your credit card make you feel more attractive? wells fargo wants to know


captionkareem abdul-jabbar at the l.a. times festival of booksbasketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.basketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.






truecar proposes public offering to raise money


captionkareem abdul-jabbar at the l.a. times festival of booksbasketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.basketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.






trump is trying to repeal obamacare again, but he still doesn't have the votes


captionkareem abdul-jabbar at the l.a. times festival of booksbasketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.basketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.






arkansas prepares for first double execution in u.s. since 2000


captionkareem abdul-jabbar at the l.a. times festival of booksbasketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.basketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.






2 men convicted on federal felony charges in bundy standoff in nevada; judge dec


captionkareem abdul-jabbar at the l.a. times festival of booksbasketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.basketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.






abdul-jabbar: 1-and-done makes college hoops a 'travesty'


new york — kareem abdul-jabbar likes experienced players, part of the reason he picked san antonio to knock off golden state.and it's one reason he thinks john wooden wouldn't have the same enjoyment or success if he were coaching today. his coach at ucla would have disliked how the one-and-done era has changed the college basketball game that the bruins ruled under wooden."he wouldn't have been able to do it now," abdul-jabbar said monday in an interview at the associated press headquarters. "it's a totally different circumstance now. kids aren't going to college to get an education and play ball. it's one or the other."the nba's draft lottery is tuesday and the team that gets the no. 1 pick will likely use it on a freshman, such as point guards markelle fultz or lonzo ball. they might be






abdul-jabbar: one-and-done makes college hoops a 'travesty'


new york — kareem abdul-jabbar likes experienced players, part of the reason he picked san antonio to knock off golden state.and it's one reason he thinks john wooden wouldn't have the same enjoyment or success if he were coaching today. his coach at ucla would have disliked how the one-and-done era has changed the college basketball game that the bruins ruled under wooden."he wouldn't have been able to do it now," abdul-jabbar said monday in an interview at the associated press headquarters. "it's a totally different circumstance now. kids aren't going to college to get an education and play ball. it's one or the other."the nba's draft lottery is tuesday and the team that gets the no. 1 pick will likely use it on a freshman, such as point guards markelle fultz or lonzo ball. they might be






trump's tax announcement is unlikely to provide many details


captionkareem abdul-jabbar at the l.a. times festival of booksbasketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.basketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.






two convicted in bundy standoff in nevada


captionkareem abdul-jabbar at the l.a. times festival of booksbasketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.basketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.






why science really is a liberal conspiracy


captionkareem abdul-jabbar at the l.a. times festival of booksbasketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.basketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.






today: and who’s gonna pay for the wall?


captionkareem abdul-jabbar at the l.a. times festival of booksbasketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.basketball legend and author kareem abdul-jabbar discussed politics, sports and his role in community activism with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj at the festival of books on saturday.






abdul-jabbar: 1-and-done makes college hoops a ‘travesty’


new york (ap) — kareem abdul-jabbar likes experienced players, part of the reason he picked san antonio to knock off golden state.and it’s one reason he thinks john wooden wouldn’t have the same enjoyment or success if he were coaching today. his coach at ucla would have disliked how the one-and-done era has changed the college basketball game that the bruins ruled under wooden.“he wouldn’t have been able to do it now,” abdul-jabbar said monday in an interview at the associated press headquarters. “it’s a totally different circumstance now. kids aren’t going to college to get an education and play ball. it’s one or the other.”the nba’s draft lottery is tuesday and the team that gets the no. 1 pick will likely use it on a freshman, such as point guards markelle fultz or lonzo ball. they mig






lebron passes abdul-jabbar for no. 2 on playoff scoring list


cleveland — lebron james has moved past kareem abdul-jabbar as the no. 2 scorer in nba playoff history.james entered wednesday night's game 2 of the eastern conference semifinals between cleveland and toronto needing 25 points to surpass the inimitable abdul-jabbar (5,762 points). the cavaliers star did so with a 3-pointer with 8:41 left in the third quarter.moments later, james got a rousing ovation from the cleveland crowd when his achievement was shown on the giant scoreboard.trying to get to his seventh straight nba finals, the 32-year-old james now only trails michael jordan, who scored 5,987 points in just 179 postseason games. james has played in 205 playoff games over 14 seasons.james has been soaring up a variety of scoring lists all season. he's currently seventh on the career sc






rep. john lewis, kareem abdul-jabbar, george saunders, lindy west and more comin


it's a busy time at the festival of books: so many great people to see:noon chuck palahniuk talks with buzzfeed books editor isaac fitzgerald in town & gownnoon george saunders is in conversation with l.a. times book editor carolyn kellogg12:10 p.m. kareem abdul-jabbar sits down with l.a. times editor-in-chief davan maharaj12:30 p.m. congressman john lewis and co-authors of the "march" trilogy, andrew aydin and nate powell, at bovard auditorium 12:30 p.m. "the future is female" — lindy west, rebecca solnit, and betty fussell share the stage at the ronald tutor campus centersee the full schedule






basketball legend kareem abdul-jabbar is in the house


sciencel.a. march for science updates: thousands are expected in downtownbooks april 22, 2017, 11:16 a.m. all updatesbookfest schedulesaturdaylatest updatescopyright © 2017, los angeles times 85°






read the justice department order on special prosecutor


see kareem abdul-jabbar, al franken and more at the 2017 printers row lit fest. tickets available now!news nation & world copyright © 2017, chicago tribune82°






read the letter trump sent to fbi director james comey telling him he was fired


see al franken, kareem abdul-jabbar and more at the 2017 printers row lit fest. schedule available now!news nation & world copyright © 2017, chicago tribune 61°






read the letter trump sent to fbi director james comey telling him he was fired


see al franken, kareem abdul-jabbar and more at the 2017 printers row lit fest. schedule available now!news nation & world copyright © 2017, chicago tribune 56°






basketball legend kareem abdul-jabbar is in the house


sciencel.a. march for science updates: thousands are expected in downtownbooks april 22, 2017, 12:01 p.m. all updatesbook prize finalistbookfest schedulesaturdaylatest updatescopyright © 2017, los angeles times 87°






kareem abdul-jabbar speaks on his journey to 'the bachelorette'


when fans of the bachelorette watch the may 29 episode, i’m sure some will express shock and wonder: “what the heck is kareem abdul-jabbar doing on the show handing out romance advice?”five months ago, i wrote an article for the hollywood reporter titled “how the bachelor and bachelorette franchise are damaging romance in america.” i said this: “as entertaining as these shows are (and they really are compelling fun), there is an insidious darkness beneath the fairy tale pabulum they are serving up.” on the plus side, i called them “entertaining” and “compelling fun.” but i also objected that “the real crime is the lack of intellectual and appearance diversity, which leaves the contestants as interchangeable as mr. potato head parts.” mostly, i complained that by limiting themselves to only






read the dcfs semaj crosby report


see kareem abdul-jabbar, al franken and more at the 2017 printers row lit fest. tickets available now!breaking newsdcfs releases 22-page report in death of 17-month-old semaj crosbynews copyright © 2017, chicago tribune58°






read the dcfs semaj crosby report


see kareem abdul-jabbar, al franken and more at the 2017 printers row lit fest. tickets available now!breaking newsdcfs releases 22-page report in death of 17-month-old semaj crosbynews copyright © 2017, chicago tribune64°






kareem abdul-jabbar praises dirk nowitzki, clarifies 'one-trick pony' comments


after calling nowitzki a "one-trick pony" last year, nba legend praises mavs star.        






kareem abdul-jabbar, scott turow, amy dickinson to appear at printers row lit fe


prize-winning writers, a u.s. senator and a record-setting all-star basketball player are among the authors scheduled to appear at this year's printers row lit fest.the festival will be june 10 and 11 in the historic printers row neighborhood in chicago's south loop. in a break with tradition, all of this year's authors — except for those on the children's stage in lil' lit park — will speak inside, either at the harold washington library center or jones college prep. book sellers and other vendors will continue to set up booths on the street.the chicago tribune, which owns lit fest, has announced the following authors will speak:related: trending life & style news this hournational basketball association legend kareem abdul-jabbar, a six-time mvp, is also a best-selling author, an advocat






kareem abdul-jabbar, scott turow, amy dickinson to appear at printers row lit fe


prize-winning writers, a u.s. senator and a record-setting all-star basketball player are among the authors scheduled to appear at this year's printers row lit fest.the festival will be june 10 and 11 in the historic printers row neighborhood in chicago's south loop. in a break with tradition, all of this year's authors — except for those on the children's stage in lil' lit park — will speak inside, either at the harold washington library center or jones college prep. book sellers and other vendors will continue to set up booths on the street.the chicago tribune, which owns lit fest, has announced the following authors will speak:related: trending life & style news this hournational basketball association legend kareem abdul-jabbar, a six-time mvp, is also a best-selling author, an advocat






interesting thing of the day


well, i’ve got some good news and some bad news. the good news is that there may be an elegant solution on the horizon to the gigantic problem of garbage—and not just the kind that gets dumped in landfills, but sewage, too, along with agricultural wastes, used tires, and just about everything else. more good news: we might get to reduce dependence on foreign oil and pay less for gasoline in the process. the bad news? forget about those electric cars or increased fuel efficiency; abandon hope of seeing your city skyline again—this solution, if it works, will keep internal combustion engines running forever.what many investors are hoping will be the next big thing is a technology called the thermal depolymerization process, or tdp for short. this patented process is being developed by changi