Today a group of professional athletes and Olympians boarded a fishing boat to tour the oil devastation on the Gulf Coast. Then they held Sierra Club-hosted conference to share their impressions of the damage.
Trading Jaroslav Halak, the goalie who just led the underdog Canadiens to the Eastern Conference Finals, certainly qualifies as one hell of a calculated gamble.
"What's the news?" one character asks another in As You Like It. The answer entails "much good sport." Celia then asks, "Sport! of what color? Nowadays, of all colors.
Strasburg represents baseball's foray into the world of "super hype" that has surrounded players in other sports but has yet to break through into our national pastime.
"Shot and a gooooooaaaal!" This was a very good night for all hockey fans in America.
Here's to the entire Chicago Blackhawks team and organization for making a dream come true for all of us little boys who played hockey on homemade rinks, on ponds, or in our back yards.
Hockey in June isn't such a bad thing after all, and more people are checking it out in more ways. The numbers don't lie.
The documentary shows Philly's Dave (the Hammer) Schultz mugging opponents, including those who did not wish to fight. See him pull their hair!
Happy that the Major League Baseball Player's Association condemned Arizona's misguided, mean-spirited new immigration law. Racial profiling is impor...
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was dropped as a sponsor of beef jerky in Pittsburgh. Is it because the product describes him too well?
At first glance, the San Jose Sharks should be consensus favorites to defeat the Colorado Avalanche and advance to the second round of the NHL playo...
The team that has to win the biggest hype award of any team anywhere this year has to be the NJ Nets, who ended their forgettable run at the Meadowlands with another loss on Monday night.
It's a good thing employers don't want to see people chugging a bottle of wine while dressed up, because I sip my bottle of wine (with pinky finger extended, of course) in only my boxers.
I am not one of those Canadians whose nationalism is accompanied by knee jerk anti-Americanism. I don't need to hate America to feel Canadian.
Why not discipline a driver for committing an intentional "foul," where the foul can kill the driver or even a spectator? What were they thinking? Where's the line here?
Oh well. So much for that Olympic hockey afterglow. NHL ratings have gone down since the end of the Vancouver games.