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The Writer Who Was Too Strong To Live

The Writer Who Was Too Strong To Live

Jennifer Frey drank herself to death. Read more...
Deadspin's Best Long Stories Of 2016

Deadspin's Best Long Stories Of 2016

We wrote a lot of long stories this year that you probably didn’t have time to read. Now is your chance to get caught up. Read more...
The Fake All-Star Team On A Bender That Inspired Ireland To Play Basketball

The Fake All-Star Team On A Bender That Inspired Ireland To Play Basketball

You can leave home again. Pete Strickland, an American who as a young man served as a Johnny Appleseed of basketball in Ireland, is going back, this time to coach the Irish national team. Read more...
The Long Ride For The First American Team To Race The Tour Of Iran

The Long Ride For The First American Team To Race The Tour Of Iran

Chris Johnson realized that the Tour of Iran was a different sort of bike race while trying to solve what’s usually a simple mechanical problem. It was Stage 2 of the five-stage race. Johnson was
The Long Ride For The First American Team To Race The Tour Of Iran

The Long Ride For The First American Team To Race The Tour Of Iran

Chris Johnson realized that the Tour of Iran was a different sort of bike race while trying to solve what’s usually a simple mechanical problem. It was Stage 2 of the five-stage race. Johnson was
Nobody Knows What Trump's Customs And Border Agents Are Doing At LAX

Nobody Knows What Trump's Customs And Border Agents Are Doing At LAX

LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT — Nana Sarkisyan brought her passport with her Tuesday, just in case she had to go back to Armenia. Up until a few days ago, that was not the plan. The plan was that
Betsy DeVos Is Coming For Your Children

Betsy DeVos Is Coming For Your Children

Even among all the billionaires, ideologues, and straight-up racist goons Donald Trump has nominated for his cabinet, Betsy DeVos, who was confirmed earlier this week as the Secretary of Education,
The Game That Brought Jim Bouton Back From Exile

The Game That Brought Jim Bouton Back From Exile

This profile originally appeared in the June 12, 1978 issue of New Times. It is reprinted here with the author’s permission. Read more...
"I Make Women Bud And Bloom": An Afternoon With Jane Fonda's Lousy First Husband

"I Make Women Bud And Bloom": An Afternoon With Jane Fonda's Lousy First Husband

This piece was originally published in The Chicago Tribune in the late 1960s and can be found in the collection, Latins Are Still Lousy Lovers. It appears here with permission from the author’s
What Kobe Bryant Was Capable Of

What Kobe Bryant Was Capable Of

The story originally appeared in The Los Angeles Times Magazine on Oct. 31, 2004 and can be found in Kaye’s ebook anthology, Men: What They Do, How They Think, And Why. It is republished here with the
Where Does The NWHL Go From Here?

Where Does The NWHL Go From Here?

The inaugural season of the National Women’s Hockey League was touted by the press as a rousing success. It provided an outlet for North America’s talented female hockey players to continue on with
The Future Of Innovation Is Innovation: A Day At Stanford's Sports-Business Conference

The Future Of Innovation Is Innovation: A Day At Stanford's Sports-Business Conference

Stanford University in the springtime is immaculate. There are no clouds in the sky and none of the aerated haze of the East Bay or the fog of San Francisco. Off to the west, the Santa Cruz Mountains
The Future Of Innovation Is Innovation: A Day At Stanford's Sports-Business Conference

The Future Of Innovation Is Innovation: A Day At Stanford's Sports-Business Conference

Stanford University in the springtime is immaculate. There are no clouds in the sky and none of the aerated haze of the East Bay or the fog of San Francisco. Off to the west, the Santa Cruz Mountains
Nicki Minaj Is Out To Prove She's Better Than Remy Ma, And That Hip-Hop Is Dead

Nicki Minaj Is Out To Prove She's Better Than Remy Ma, And That Hip-Hop Is Dead

It’s a little sad that the latest high-profile edition of that classic, beloved hip-hop tradition—the rap beef—is yet more evidence of just how far the culture has fallen. Nicki Minaj and Remy Ma, two
Satan Scourges Us With It: A Brief History Of Carpeted Mormon Basketball

Satan Scourges Us With It: A Brief History Of Carpeted Mormon Basketball

American Mormons have a longstanding and well-documented relationship with basketball. Aside from a few outliers like Steve Young and Bryce Harper, our most famous athletes are all basketball
Mark Aguirre Was Never Going To Fail

Mark Aguirre Was Never Going To Fail

This feature originally appeared in the March 31, 1981 edition of Inside Sports. It appears here with the author’s permission. Read more...
Jimmy Breslin Was New York City

Jimmy Breslin Was New York City

Legendary New York City newspaper columnist Jimmy Breslin died on Sunday at the age of 88. This profile originally appeared in the November, 1987 issue of GQ and appears here with permission from the
James Baldwin Was An Honest Man And A Good Writer

James Baldwin Was An Honest Man And A Good Writer

This article was originally featured in the August 1988 issue of GQ and appears here with the author’s permission. Read more...
James Dolan Called Me An Asshole, Knicks Fan Says; "He Is An Asshole," Dolan Says

James Dolan Called Me An Asshole, Knicks Fan Says; "He Is An Asshole," Dolan Says

Mike Hamersky, a self-described New York Knicks superfan and season ticket holder from Astoria, claims that team owner James Dolan got in his face last night outside Madison Square Garden and screamed
Leaked Voicemail: Phil Mickelson Plans To Hustle Suckers For "Some Serious Cash"

Leaked Voicemail: Phil Mickelson Plans To Hustle Suckers For "Some Serious Cash"

Phil Mickelson is the same guy on the golf course as off, meaning that he gambles no matter where he is. Wherever Phil lays his bets is his home. Read more...