Stephen Smith excused the abuser and blamed the victim. His attitude is not helpful.
As men and women converge on Coney Island, NY in two days for the annual Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest, a newly available documentary shares the ins (not outs, never outs … that’ll get you disqualified) of competitive eating.
Michael Sam’s draft onto the St. Louis Rams and subsequent aired kiss with his partner has been discussed ad infinitum, but Anderson Cooper’s analysis is too good not to share.
When Sports Illustrated’s cover asked, “Is the NFL Ready for Michael Sam?” they didn’t mean on the football field.
30 years ago an upstart football league tried to take on the NFL. All it got was $3.76. Just ask Donald Trump about it.
Bullying, concussions, player arrests, declining youth participation. The NFL has a serious PR problem. Neil Cohen offers the league some advice about how to fix it.
The author writes an open letter to any woman in America who doesn’t care about watching the 2014 Super Bowl. And why their men will be glued to the television anyway.
Other news organization can learn from Simmons’ candor about his organization’s grave errors of judgement and their failures to be curious.
Joe Rutland looks at the drama behind Rodriguez and how a mentor could have helped him navigate his life and career with more honesty and grace.
Unfortunately, sports’ worst in 2013 included terrorism, rape, and murder. Liam Day runs down the ugly list.
Sometimes a random song can change your life profoundly and for the good. Doug Zeigler shares how thankful he is for this brand of kismet.
4 years ago Ed O’Bannon noticed that his image was being used without his permission. His subsequent suit threatens to upend the NCAA. Chris Parisi reports.
As PBS gets set to air a Frontline documentary on concussions in the NFL, Neil Cohen examines ESPN’s curious decision to pull out of the production.
Al DeLuise revisits the process of naming his children, and the importance of names.
Playland died along with blue collar image that once embodied a gritty San Francisco.
James Michael Sama reminds us we’ve evolved and says it’s about time we started acting human.
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We need a tax system that will encourage business creation, growth and global expansion while providing for fair tax U.S. revenue and investment in America and its work force
Dr. Carey Andrew-Jaja of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center carries on the tradition of singing to newborn babies passed down to him by one of his predecessors.
Hugh Weber still isn’t sure why his wife of 8 years said yes, but he’s sure happy she did.
Rude kids become rude adults; teach them early and save them heartache in the end
Jordan Gray says that there are seven simple things that basically all men crave in an intimate relationship.
Time to pitch the old bucket of rusty screws and nails, the run-down on fasteners that make your DIY projects faster and easier.
With water pollution, toxic waste and earthquakes as by- products of fracking, should we not concentrate on renewable and clean energy?
Yes, you can do it. Jordan Gray shows you how.
Savas Abadsidis talks to men about the way growing – or not growing – a beard defines manhood in their lives.
James Michael Sama wants you to know that not everyone is going to hurt you.