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Read: “What I Think About LeBron Breaking My NBA Scoring Record," by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.Kareem is the ideal politics and sports figure and is so thoughtful. This article is a superb read. – Evan

Read: “Demon Copperhead,” by Barbara Kingsolver. This coming-of-age story set in southern Appalachia is rife with childhood hardship, but you can’t help but fall in love with narrator Demon’s artistic interpretations of his surroundings and root for his success. – Tracy

Watch: Nate Bargatze. Bargatze has been a comedian for a long time. He is not provocative. He is not cutting-edge. He is not profane. And Nate Bargatze is hilarious. – Willis

Read/Watch: “All the King’s Men,” by Robert Penn Warren (or the Oscar-winning 1949 film). The nature of democratic politics corrupts the soul of a figure who, in order to accomplish truly great things, makes a friend of the darkest parts of human character and is himself debauched. The film is essential-watching for lovers of political drama. – Ben

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