The Dallas Mavericks staged a late comeback to take Game 2 of the NBA Finals over the Miami Heat Thursday night. Dirk Nowitski scored the Maverick's last nine points, including a lay-up to give them the lead with three seconds left.
Fans of the movies "Shakespeare in Love" and "Pulp Fiction" now have a new way to watch those and other Miramax films. As NPR's Nina Gregory reports, the company has just signed a deal with Hulu, the online video service to distribute the Miramax library of movies.
NINA GREGORY: The deal with Hulu is not Miramax's first move into digital distribution. Just two weeks ago, Miramax signed with Netflix to distribute its library, expanding access to Oscar-winners and cult favorites like "Reservoir Dogs."
Martin Levin talked with his granddaughters Zoe Crowe (left) and Jennifer Goebel at StoryCorps in Atlanta.
Back in the 1930s, Martin Levin went to college to become a teacher. That's where he met a classmate that he didn't like.
"There was a girl in the class that I was in who was the most obnoxious, most difficult, and most awful person I've ever met in my life," he recently told his granddaughters Zoe Crowe and Jennifer Goebel.
And the young woman even went out of her way to cause trouble for Levin.