Nike’s 3-Min Futbol Film: Anything Can Happen…

Nike has unveiled an action-packed film that brings together some of the world’s greatest players to inspire football (AKA soccer) lovers and sports fans leading up to the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The epic three-minute “Write the Future” film takes the viewer on an incredible journey that warrants repeating because… more »

At the Hockey Rink, Lefties Rule, Especially in Canada…

The Olympic hockey matches have been especially riveting for me ever since I read an article in The New York Times by Jeff Klein (It’s Not Political, but More Canadians Are Lefties).  He pointed out that according to sales figures from hockey stick manufacturers, a majority of Canadian hockey players… more »

The Amtrak Series: Not Too Many Reporters Got There from Here…

Though transportation options were plentiful, budgets weren’t. Murray Chass calls the number of newspapers that are not covering the World Series an indication of a dying industry…

MetsSloppily: Board Game that’s Spot on…

As if being a New York Mets fan this year isn’t sad enough, while perusing the Weekend section of The Wall Street Journal this morning, I almost spewed my coffee when I came upon this: MetsSloppily.

In Dallas, No Style Points for Hitting the Big Screen

Everything is big in Texas, right? So it shouldn’t surprise you that the new $1.15 billion stadium for the Dallas Cowboys would have a gianormous 160-foot long video scoreboard (a 600-ton Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision System) that just so happens to hangs 90 feet directly over the center of the… more »