The Popdose Interview: Author Andrew Maraniss, “Strong Inside: Perry Wallace and the Collision of Race and Sports in the South”
Andrew Maraniss, author of the biography of Perry Wallace, discusses how civil rights played out on a much different sort of court.
Scott Malchus revisits the soundtrack to that seminal film celebrating America’s two favorite past times: Sex and baseball.
Don’t click the TV off yet. The 2014 World Cup goes on without the U.S. Here’s why it matters.
It isn’t easy being a fan of a lousy football team. But if you can recognize the stages of grief, maybe you can help. Or not.
Rule Brittania! There’s only one man who could dis the Olympics Opening Ceremony.
The UFC’s reality show could use a dose of reality.
College hoops fans and MMA fighters should wash out their mouths with soap.
Singer/songwriter Julian Velard pays tribute to phenom Jeremy Lin with his new song, “The Mighty Lin.”
A journalist confesses the truth: There’s really nothing we can tell you in Super Bowl week that you don’t already know.
Because there isn’t enough discussion about Tim Tebow, Dave Lifton wonders if there’s hope for him by looking at the career of Eli Manning.
Guns, fitness, snow parties … what’s not to like? Beau Dure preaches to the not-yet-converted.