John Michael continues his series Life Is a Sweet, Tender Bruise, reflecting on life and people encountered. Here, he craves the camaraderie that comes with team sports.
Instead of bemoaning that Super Bowl Sunday isn’t a “National Holiday,” Chris Dupuy argues that we should be declaring it a truer kind of holiday: a celebration of friends.
Recent NFL player Antonio Brown took to Twitter to call out what he sees as a double standard, tweets that were then quickly deleted. Chris Dupuy further examines what those posts reveal.
Chris Dupuy was writing about boxing and recent ring deaths when the mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton occurred. The events coalesced into this powerful piece about violence and our current state of affairs.
On Saturday, September 29th, 2018, New York Mets third baseman David Wright took the field for one last time in his career. Chris Dupuy reflects on one of the Mets’ greatest players.
Will Shohei Ohtani be the next Babe Ruth? Mathew Mackie examines Ohtani’s stunning debut with the Los Angeles Angels as a double-threat hitter and pitcher.
It goes without saying that 2016 has claimed many people of genius … but we’re saying it anyway. We’ve combed the writing staff to see who they miss the most. Bring a hanky and a beverage to raise in respect.
Many an NBA player has been challenged by a nobody. But, as they’ve destroyed us, forever documented on the Internet, we should not to be too quick to judge the outcome.
With Kobe Bryant putting down the basketball and picking up the quill, we got our own scribe, Loretta Barnard, to analyze his farewell poem.
Travis Laurence Naught looks at the popularity of cheerleading, but wonders why professional cheerleaders aren’t acknowledged as athletes and compensated the same?