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dailyphoto091130Allen’s Middle Eastern adventure
Imagine being a Hollywood star complete with Tony and Emmy award nominations and multiple trips to the Oscars. Reaching that pinnacle of success in your career, but believing none of it compares to what you are doing now. Enter Debbie Allen. The mere mention of her name probably has the “Fame” theme stuck in your head: “Fame! I’m gonna live forever, I’m gonna learn how to fly, high.” Allen was the only character to reprise her role in all three versions of the “Fame” franchise. She’s also worked on reality show “So You Think You Can Dance,” Mariah Carey’s World Tour and choreographing the Academy Awards numerous times. (Continue Reading…)

Sixers coach downplays reports of Iverson comeback
Allen Iverson is generating plenty of talk about a possible return to the Philadelphia 76ers, but coach Eddie Jordan said Sunday that’s all there is to it right now. “I have not been oversaturated with Allen Iverson in my mind or in conversations with our front office,” Jordan said. “It’s like any other free agent out there. We’ve talked about a number of people.” Speaking to reporters before Sunday’s game against the Spurs, Jordan acknowledged Iverson has been discussed — a change from comments made hours earlier, when Jordan said after shootaround that he certainly “had not talked to anyone about Allen Iverson.” (Continue Reading…)

Tiger Woods’ mea culpa fails to explain crash
Golf superstar Tiger Woods took responsibility for an “embarrassing” late-night car crash, but declined to tell his story to police even as he lashed out at “unfounded and malicious rumors.” Woods, 33, posted a statement on his website Sunday saying he was solely responsible for the accident outside his Florida home, which left him with facial cuts, some bruises and a welter of unwelcome publicity. “This situation is my fault, and it’s obviously embarrassing to my family and me,” the 14-time major golf champion said. “I’m human and I’m not perfect. I will certainly make sure this doesn’t happen again.” (Continue Reading…)

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