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01:15  23 november  2019
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Watch: Fleck crowd surfs in locker room after beating Penn St.

  Watch: Fleck crowd surfs in locker room after beating Penn St. Fleck has turned this program around, and Saturday’s victory over Penn State moved the Golden Gophers to 9-0 in is his biggest triumph yet. © Jesse Johnson-USA TODAY SportsRELATED: Minnesota winSo Fleck, 38, celebrated in the only way that seemed proper for a guy like him: Supported by his players, he crowd-surfed in the home locker room.P.J. Fleck crowd surfed in the locker room after @GopherFootball's upset vs. No. 4 Penn State— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) November 9, 2019This is Fleck in a nutshell.

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Through it all, some of the best photographers alive were there to cover it and produce some astounding images. Take a look below at some of the best sports photographs of 2018. Rory McIlroy finds himself in a predicament amongst Augusta National's iconic foliage during the third round of the

In a year marked by charged debates surrounding identity and belonging—and continuously breaking news of violence and division—the best of fiction helped us to process. Authors both established and emergent cut through the noise with stories of transcendent love, courageous confrontations with power and histories that must not be forgotten, offering books that show us who we are, who we have been and who we should strive to become.

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Here, the best fiction books of 2019.

10. Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead, Olga Tokarczuk (trans. Antonia Lloyd-Jones)

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Olga Tokarczuk, who was awarded the 2018 Nobel Prize for Literature, trains her imaginative mind on the story of Janina, a 60-something Polish woman with an otherworldly appreciation for animals. It’s a love that, much to her outrage, runs counter to the most popular activity in her small Polish village: hunting. When the town is hit with a string of murders, Janina is certain there must be a connection to the killings of animals. As the misunderstood protagonist intrudes on the police case, Tokarczuk raises essential questions about whose voices are privileged above others.

Adobe Lightroom for iPad and iOS will directly import photos

  Adobe Lightroom for iPad and iOS will directly import photos It's been a long time coming, but you can finally import photos directly from your SD card or USB drive into the iOS version of Lightroom. Previously, users had to import images to their camera roll, then copy them over into Lightroom's library. This doubled the amount of storage that the photos occupied, so taking the additional step of going back to your camera roll and deleting the files was an arguably necessary step. The new workflow, revealed today on Adobe's YouTube channel, will let you get to work touching up and recoloring your compositions faster.

2019 in sports describes the year's events in world sports . July 5 – 13: 2nd FAI World Intermediate Aerobatic Championship in Břeclav. Individual Overall: Igor Chernov. Team Winner: Ukraine.

In fact, sports photography captures the action so well that you’ll feel as if you were at the sporting event. Although well -done images such as these may Sports photography showcases both climatic moments in personal and group sports , as well as the intensity or concentration of the athlete and

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9. The Topeka School, Ben Lerner

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The novelist, essayist and poet blends the perspectives of a quick and ruthless high school debate champion, his psychologist parents and a misfit peer in The Topeka School, a poignant examination of “toxic masculinity” and its manifestations in speech. Adam Gordon, a character first introduced as a grown man and a poet in Lerner’s debut novel Leaving the Atocha Station, is a slick talker, a chameleon as comfortable dominating his school’s social scene as he is in his parents’ home. Adam’s winning approach to competition—subjecting his challengers to “the spread,” where they’re forced to respond to a blast of ideas at the pace of drinking from a firehose—deftly reflects the demise of civil discourse.

Texas A&M guard Starks suspended indefinitely after arrest

  Texas A&M guard Starks suspended indefinitely after arrest Guard TJ Starks has been suspended indefinitely for a violation of team rules, Texas A&M announced.Junior guard TJ Starks has been suspended indefinitely for a violation of team rules, Texas A&M announced Thursday.

Check out the top photos from the entire 2018 NBA Season (Preseason, Regular, Playoffs, Finals).

Here are the best new sports movies in 2019 . Sports movies can transport fans to a time and place when their team was on top such as The Russian Five a 2019 sports documentary, while other sports films such as High Flying Bird make for great List Rules Vote up the best sports movies of 2019 .

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8. Where Reasons End, Yiyun Li

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A devastating story born of real-life heartbreak, Yiyun Li’s Where Reasons End places a mother in conversation with her son after losing him to suicide. Li wrote her highly original and deeply affecting novel in the wake of her own son’s suicide. In the book, the narrator visits with 16-year-old Nikolai in a liminal world of Li’s creation, somewhere between the realms of the living and the dead. As the two relive their old ways of being together and speaking to one another, Li unfolds a moving meditation on the limitations of language—a tool that is equipped to relay neither life’s most harrowing pain nor its fiercest love.

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7. On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous, Ocean Vuong

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Breakout poet Ocean Vuong made a dazzling entrance into fiction this year with his semi-autobiographical novel, On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous. Vuong brings his mastery of evocative, lyric language to his story of Little Dog, a Vietnamese-American boy growing up in Connecticut with his mother and grandmother—survivors of the Vietnam War—and bearing the weight of inherited trauma. In the form of a letter to his illiterate mother, who was violent with him as a child, Little Dog retraces his harrowing upbringing, a life-altering relationship with the opioid-addicted grandson of a summer employer and the ultimate solace he discovered in books and writing.

Busted: KCPD launches web page to help identify felony crime suspects

  Busted: KCPD launches web page to help identify felony crime suspects One of the fastest ways to help identify the suspect of a crime is to put their photo online – and the Kansas City, Missouri, Police Department has decided to do just that with a new initiative. The department is launching Busted, a program with a webpage showing photos of suspects caught on camera committing felony crimes. Sign up for our Newsletters Police said the crimes cover everything from burglaries up to shootings. In the past, theThe department is launching Busted, a program with a webpage showing photos of suspects caught on camera committing felony crimes.

2019 Digital Storytelling Contest. Archive 1955 - 2018. Nominees for World Press Photo Story of the Year.

Photographs of the best moments in sports for the weekend, June 2-3, 2018. The Denver Nuggets hosted the Brooklyn Nets at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado on Thursday night, November 14, 2019 .

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6. Trust Exercise, Susan Choi

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In the hormone-laden and pressure-fueled world of a performing arts high school, two acting students get locked in a heady romance—only to be watched, judged and influenced by their peers and even their drama teacher, a man with questionable motives. National Book Award winner Susan Choi crafts a visceral adolescent world rife with tension, sexual and otherwise, and renders the insecurity that accompanies it with excruciating realism. That is, until she introduces a shift in perspective midway through the novel that undermines the veracity of the story. With a boldly unconventional structure, Choi points to essential truths about power and who gets to control the narrative.

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5. Black Leopard, Red Wolf, Marlon James

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Marlon James invents ghoulish and glittering new worlds in perhaps the most ambitious novel of the year, the fantasy epic Black Leopard, Red Wolf. Disrupting a genre too often reliant on flaxen-haired princesses, swashbuckling knights and fire-breathing dragons, the first book of a promised trilogy draws on African mythology and history to create a deeply immersive universe filled with more than 80 characters—shape-shifters, vampiric birds, translucent children, mermaids, vengeful hyenas and more. Navigating these verdant and treacherous worlds is Tracker, a mercenary known for his unmatched sense of smell, as he joins a crew assembled to find a missing child. James, who won a Booker Prize for A Brief History of Seven Killings, his novel featuring Jamaican patois, writes in dense, inventive language—challenging at first, then wholly absorbing.

Google Photos lets you manually tag faces (as long as it sees them)

  Google Photos lets you manually tag faces (as long as it sees them) While it is among the best tools you can use to organize your photo library, Google Photos is far from perfect. Case in point: Google has just gotten around to adding manual face tagging. The feature, first spotted by Android Police, has been missing from Photos since the company separated it from Google+ back in 2015. And now that it's here, it has one major limitation. Specifically, you can't just pull up a photo and start tagging your friends and family. To be able to take advantage of the feature, Photos' face recognition algorithm needs to first recognize there are in fact human or animal faces in a photo.

From film, to music to photography diverse art and artists have the ability to breath new life into every medium - this is evident when viewing the entries for. Currently, in its 12th year, the goal of the competition is to showcase the best contemporary photography around the world.

These amazing moments and more were captured in stunning photography from outlets like Getty and the Associated Press. While we couldn't compile every great photo that captured the biggest moments in sports this year, here are some of our favorites. Usain Bolt cruises to an easy win in the men's

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4. The Need, Helen Phillips

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It’s a classic opening: a woman hears an intruder in her home while her husband is away, grabs her two young kids and hides in terror. But the true power of Helen Phillips’ brilliantly paced thriller emerges when Molly, a paleobotanist, comes face to face with the only person in the world who can shake her identity as a mother—a person who brings her to question her very reality. Phillips taps into the overwhelming anxiety that comes with love in its deepest, truest form, a sense of fierce protectiveness one need not be a parent to understand.

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3. Lost Children Archive, Valeria Luiselli

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In a year when family separation regularly made headlines, Valeria Luiselli found a profound way into the story through fiction. In her first novel written in English, the Mexican author sends a blended family of four—a daughter and her once-single mother, married to a once-single father with a son—on a road trip across the U.S. from New York to Arizona. The man and woman fell in love over a shared assignment, documenting the audio landscape of New York City, and their appreciation for sound adds an evocative texture to Luiselli’s lush prose as they travel. But on the trip—designed in part to take the husband to his next project in Apacheria, in part to allow the mother to search for a friend’s daughters who have been detained at the border—the family’s own bonds are tested.

Leonardo DiCaprio and Camila Morrone are still going strong, plus more news

  Leonardo DiCaprio and Camila Morrone are still going strong, plus more news Leonardo DiCaprio, Camila Morrone step out for a semi-private dinner, plus more celebrity news for Nov. 27, 2019.

Here we've selected our favourite sports images from 2017: from surfers riding the Hawaiian waves and Rory Best 's encounter with a Maori Warrior to Mo Farah's No result was possible at the SCG as rain interrupted the first T20I of the series between Australia and Pakistan. Published: 3 Nov 2019 .

Read reviews and buy the best sports sunglasses from top companies including Nike, Smith Optics, Tsafrer and more. While large lenses are best when it comes to sports sunglasses (they block out more light to better protect the eye), many styles end up being too large for more petite faces.

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2. The Testaments, Margaret Atwood

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Thirty-four years after she published her classic, The Handmaid’s Tale, Margaret Atwood returns to the Republic of Gilead to further her exploration of oppressive regimes. Where the original novel described the totalitarian theocracy of Gilead through the claustrophobic perspective of one woman, Offred, The Testaments broadens in view to recount the rise and fall of the regime through the eyes of three. Agnes Jemima is growing up in Gilead, preparing to learn the duties she will inherit as a privileged but severely restricted wife. Daisy is a vibrant teenager living in Canada, protesting against the maligned society that looms just south of her hometown. And Aunt Lydia, a vicious leader in Gilead familiar from The Handmaid’s Tale, is developing a more complicated relationship to the regime than the original novel suggests. The result is a thrilling and worthy continuation of Atwood’s indelible dystopia—another warning that totalitarianism is always lurking just around the corner.

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1. The Nickel Boys, Colson Whitehead

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Whitehead builds on his award-winning story of American slavery in The Underground Railroad with another tour through painful history, this time revisiting the Jim Crow era. The Nickel Boys follows Elwood and Turner, teen boys sentenced to an inhumane Florida reformatory (based on the shocking true stories of abuses at the Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys). Together with their peers, Turner and Elwood contend with their disparate and often discouraging ideas of what the country will offer them when they come of age as black men in the 1960s. Whitehead’s rich prose leaves behind the magical realism elements of The Underground Railroad, which won a Pulitzer Prize and a National Book Award—and instead conjures the brutally realistic hopes, shattered dreams and resilience of his characters. He renders a terrifying world in disarming terms, lovingly guiding his reader to recognize the lasting impact of a cruel era.

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Two Michigan defenders try to untie Ohio State RB J.K. Dobbins' shoe, get 15-yard penalty .
Michigan defenders Carlo Kemp and Aidan Hutchinson tried to untie the cleat of Ohio State RB J.K. Dobbins. The stunt earned Michigan 15-yard penalty.Entering Saturday, the Buckeyes had taken seven of the last eight over the Wolverines. Early in the second quarter, running back J.K. Dobbins was running free, and the Michigan defense tried to throw him off by attempting to untie and take off his left shoe.

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