Baseball, like so much of life, has a romantic attachment to the “good old days.” And indeed there were good old days. The norm
The drama and saga of LeBron James, city of Cleveland, and community of South Beach (Miami) has brought to light the natural tension between
Recently I was in Seattle and took in a tourist attraction, the Seattle Underground. I was a little skeptical at first, because I thought
An exciting tennis match can cause a crowd to display its enthusiasm in a way that is almost cruel. The best fans may be those in the print media.
The television program “Father Knows Best” hit the airwaves in 1954 and was a staple of American viewing through 1960. Robert Young, who played
One of the best things that has happened to politicians over the past year is that several individuals in the worlds of sports and
NOTE: Today, June 17, 2010, is the thirty-eighth anniversary of the Watergate break-in. We have to give Richard Nixon some credit; his disregard for
I’ve always been amused by the term “scholar-athlete.” Many players on college sports teams are accomplished athletes who are “scholars” in the sense that
Success in going green will require failures first, as it did in the development of information technology.
If David and Goliath really existed, and if their match had taken place in the Roman Coliseum, for whom would the fans be rooting?