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  1. The Remarkable (Coarse, Hilarious, Often-Infuriating) Purity of A...

    Katie Baker

    In one of my very favorite Real World seasons, London in 1995, there was a cast member named Jay who was totally boring — his routine consisted of staying up late to watch TV every night and then napping on the couch for most of the day. In oth...

    Blog | September 06, 2012
  2. U.S. Open Recap: Serena Loses It (Again)

    Katie Baker

    In her fourth round match, Samantha Stosur played the longest tiebreak in women's Grand Slam history, a 30-point back-and-forth against Maria Kirilenko. This was after she was part of the longest women's U.S. Open match: a three-hour, 16-minute battl...

    Blog | September 12, 2011
  3. U.S. Open Recap: Fish Exits, Nadal Squirms, Wozniacki Survives

    Katie Baker

    The Tuesday after Labor Day might actually be the worst Monday of all, marking as it does the end of summer, the start of school, the first day back from vacation. And for anyone who had Labor Day tickets to the night session at the U.S. Open, it mus...

    Blog | September 06, 2011
  4. U.S. Open: Real Talk With Andy Roddick

    Katie Baker

    There is nothing quite like watching Andy Roddick speak to the press. The hair on your arms stands at rapt attention, you begin to lean forward in your seat, and your face slowly curls into a half-smile, half-grimace - the universal expression for oh...

    Blog | September 01, 2011
  5. The U.S. Open Day 1: Sharapova Struggles, Harrison Flames Out

    Katie Baker

    Watching players at Wimbledon is like seeing your school friends all cleaned up and crisply side-parted in church. Watching them at the U.S. Open, however, is like seeing them out at the mall, trying on colorful looks and getting loud, unsolicited, a...

    Blog | August 30, 2011