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  1. The U.S. Open and Waldorf Astoria

    Brian Phillips

    A trip to the U.S. Open and a stay at the Waldorf Astoria. What could go wrong? (Everything. Everything could go wrong.)

    Story | Conversation | August 30, 2013
  2. Rembert Explains America: Discovering the Glorious All-Iowa Lawn ...

    Rembert Browne

    Good lord, my handwriting was bad. As I crumpled up the chicken scratch–filled first draft and found a new piece of paper, I realized I didn't know what to say. Arriving 10 minutes earlier at the house only to be greeted by barks from the ho...

    Blog | August 12, 2013
  3. The Faces of Wimbledon: Bradley Cooper and Gerard Butler's Most U...

    Mark Lisanti

    On Sunday, Hollywood superstars (well, one Hollywood superstar and one guy who apparently has pictures of Hollywood in a compromising position with some heavy farm equipment, so Hollywood is forced to keep giving him jobs) Bradley Cooper and Gerard B...

    Blog | July 08, 2013
  4. On Marion Bartoli, a Perfect, Weird Wimbledon Champion

    Louisa Thomas

    The weirdest thing about this year's Wimbledon is that the tournament isn't like this more often. Yes, nine of the 10 top women's seeds lost before the semifinals. Yes, Nadal, Federer, Serena, Azarenka, Sharapova, etc. Yes, the women's winner didn't ...

    Blog | July 08, 2013
  5. About Last Weekend: Rocket Man

    Spike Friedman

    In case you were busy spending your holiday weekend reeling after rewatching Independence Day only to discover that, Pullman and Goldblum aside, it's a pretty bad film, here's what you missed in sports over the July 4 weekend: Houston secured th...

    Blog | July 08, 2013
  6. Andy Murray wins Wimbledon

    Brian Phillips

    Andy Murray, who carried the dreams of a nation, is finally a Wimbledon champion.

    Story | Conversation | July 08, 2013
  7. About Last Night: Such a Homer!

    Spike Friedman

    In case you were busy warming up the ol' fuse-lighting hand, here's what you missed in sports on Tuesday: Homer Bailey threw his second career no-hitter, as the Cincinnati Reds beat the San Francisco Giants, 3-0. Bailey joins an elite list of 31 ...

    Blog | July 03, 2013
  8. About Last Night: That's a Clown Return, Bro

    Spike Friedman

    In case you were busy picking the wrong Leonardo DiCaprio movie to model your life after and can't get that damn iron mask off your face, here's what you missed in sports on Monday: Bryce Harper marked his return from an extended layoff with a h...

    Blog | July 02, 2013
  9. About Last Weekend: Uh-oh & the Buccos!

    Spike Friedman

    In case you were busy jet-setting, globe-trotting, or napping, here's what you missed in sports last weekend: The Pittsburgh Pirates became the first team to win 50 games this season with a 2-1 win over the Milwaukee Brewers. "Yes, yes, excellen...

    Blog | July 01, 2013
  10. Wimbledon's wild first week

    Brian Phillips

    Surveying the carnage at the most terrifying tennis tournament in recent memory.

    Story | Conversation | July 01, 2013
  11. About Last Night: Hernandez Charged

    Shane Ryan

    In case you were out being a real Party Time Jack, here's what you missed in sports on Wednesday. NFL tight end Aaron Hernandez has been officially charged with murder and released by the Patriots. "Now that's what I call a bad day!" said Lenny ...

    Blog | June 27, 2013
  12. About Last Night: Chicago's Cup Runneth Over

    Spike Friedman

    In case you were busy anxiously looking over your shoulder like a wraith was following your every step, here's what you missed in sports on Monday: Lord Stanley smiles upon Chicago again, as the Blackhawks scored two stunning goals in the final ...

    Blog | June 25, 2013
  13. Rafael Nadal Falls at Wimbledon to a Guy Named Steve

    Louisa Thomas

    Back when life made sense — up until a few hours ago — it was generally understood that there was a way to beat Nadal, or at least scare him, but the conditions had to be just right. It helped if he had never played you before. It helped ...

    Blog | June 24, 2013
  14. Notes From Roland Garros, Pt. 3: Does France Have a Tsonga Proble...

    Wesley Morris

    It wasn't unthinkable that Jo-Wilfried Tsonga could beat Roger Federer. On clay. In Paris. At Roland Garros. Maybe it was even likely. Tsonga is one of a handful of men who knows how to play Federer on any surface, how to stand strong under his relen...

    Blog | June 06, 2013
  15. Only a Lakers-bound Dwight Howard could keep the Sports Guy from ...

    Bill Simmons

    We interrupt the Olympic Games to bring you this shift of NBA power, courtesy of Dwight Howard and the Lakers.

    Story | Conversation | August 10, 2012
  16. Black Out: Roger Federer's Uncharacteristically Ugly Wimbledon St...

    Wesley Morris

    Everybody had a reason to be nervous about Sunday's Wimbledon Gentlemen's singles final. The long-suffering British were nervous they'd have to go yet another year without a local champion. Andy Murray, the unenviable object of their stress, had to b...

    Blog | July 10, 2012