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From an early age, we learn that darkness and light are inseparable and fascinating. The dance of a bonfire, the flicker of a candle, the patterns of stars. The playfulness of our shadows... Read More »
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There has been a lot of talk lately about how the stars, specifically Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal , are defeating the purpose of down time by playing their charitable exhibition ... Read More »
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He was first the greatest Spanish player ever. He was then the greatest clay-courter ever. He then won the greatest match ever. All the while continually beating the greatest player ever... Read More »
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