When you sit under the stars at night, do you cast a wish on one that blazes across the sky? Or do you marvel at its fleeting moment?
By elevating short term glory over long term dreams, our men and boys are chasing the wrong type of heroism
Sallas and Kasdan discuss sexual harassment in sports, news, entertainment, and politics. Is it related to toxic masculinity? Listen here.
How do we console our boys when they lose a game? How do we teach them good sportsmanship when they win?
Is football recreation or does it mask fear? Bob Rannigan explains.
Sallas and Kasdan discuss the Kyrie Irving trade, college football, and Hurricane Harvey.
We’re looking for a few good…contributors to GMPSports features like Why We Run, From the Frontlines…of Sports, Sports Ink, and Sports Explained.
Wai Sallas and Mike Kasdan continue their weekly dive into the world of sports and politics.
A glimpse of a significant piece of our culture in one snapshot
Boys with bad sportsmanship act poorly not because they’re boys, but because they haven’t been taught or they haven’t learned that such behavior is unacceptable.
Kasdan and Sallas talk about the NBA draft, DC shooting, the continuing #TrumpRussia investigation, and the tragic anti-Muslim attack in London.
#GMPSports veterans Wai Sallas and Mike Kasdan with episode #6 of their weekly #SportsandOtherStuff Podcast, a mashup of sports, politics, and pop culture including *45’s praise-fest, Sessions’ Senate testimony, and the Virginia shooting tragedy
Susan Rogers’ photo of her son’s youth baseball team’s post-win celebration is joy.
How do you get your mind around the NBA Playoffs? With an email exchange to get caught up with friends. Take a spin inside the minds of Good Men Project Sports Editors as they riff from basketball to ‘The Other Guys’ to the nightlife in Salt Lake City.
Susan Rogers’ photo is everything great about youth baseball.
How do you get your mind around the NCAA Tournament? With an email exchange to get caught up with friends. Take a spin inside the minds of Good Men Project Sports Editors as they riff from basketball to Wolverine to David Bowie.