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Scott Ellis 5:15 a.m., July 29
World-class chess is sexy...and full of weirdness
A friend, who has been a serious chess player, recently emailed me, “I don’t know if you have any interest in covering professional chess, but something pretty epic is happening right now: a Westerner is ...
Patrick Daugherty recalls August 1983 and the pick-up baseball game in Alaska that he played in which he could do no wrong.
A look at the Golden Nugget point spreads for pre-season college football, 117 days after the season got under way.
Another team lets Lane go
USC becomes another employer who has a hard time being satisfied with the coaching savvy of Lane Kiffin.
The Moscow Black Storm has offered Tim Tebow $1 million to play in two games.
Should footballers trust the NFL brain trust with their brains?
Mainstream the mainsails!
Team Oracle in the America’s Cup Challenge — the U.S. entry in the race — has been accused of cheating.
Now to Labor Day is high season for camping. Collect spouse, kids, dogs, pack up SUV, set course for somewhere in Cleveland National Forest, Palomar Mountain, or the sweat lodges of Anywhere, Imperial County. That’s ...
On the tour
Making a living as a professional athlete is for a very few. Making a good living is for a tiny percentage of the very few. Introducing Zeke Hindle (real name), 27, professional tennis player. Zeke ...
Then there were three. Maybe.
Considering the field of competitors for the America’s Cup sailing challenge in the aftermath of a declaration that boats are unsafe because rudders aren’t long enough.