The director of what many consider to be the greatest baseball movie of all time reflects on the fisticuffs that took place on set, getting edit notes from Donald Trump and what Crash Davis would think about the National League now having a designated hitter
A young, Black athlete in Compton was making a name for herself on the tennis court, so Lyons grabbed a 35mm camera to get some action shots for the next edition. It was as basic as sports photojournalism gets. “Where I was sent to shoot an up-and-coming tennis player was interesting because...
Yes, it's true. The Los Angeles Coliseum was home to the 2022 Nascar season kick-off. A tight hairpin new track was constructed around the field that's home to USC football, and has hosted the Dodgers, Rams, Rolling Stones and Evel effin' Knieval.
Mary Bacon lived a life nobody could imagine, nor would they want to. Truly tragically one-of-a-kind.
Get to know the personalized celebrity greeting company whose top earner is the legend Gilbert Gottfried. For the lover of Aladdin and The Aristocrats alike...
In August of 2017, I was swimming with my 6-year-old daughter in Brooklyn’s sparkling redo of the McCarren Park Pool, when I had a major flashback. I turned to her and attempted to explain the impossible.
“Daddy used to go to concerts here.”
I don’t do much personal essaying anymore, but inspired by the great “Last Normal Day” series at Luke O’Neil’s Welcome to Hell World substack (and because I couldn’t get my shit together in time to send it to him before it went on hiatus), I wrote about a decadent French dinner in Manhattan shared with my Dad, his wife Terry, and our Brooklyn Three on Tuesday March 10, 2020...
The Man Behind ‘Pam & Tommy’ on His Fascination with Sad-Sack Men, Pamela Anderson’s Resiliency and Crafting the Perfect Animatronic Penis
Showrunner Robert Siegel, the former editor-in-chief of ‘The Onion’ and the screenwriter of ‘The Wrestler,’ takes us through his Hulu recreation of the sex scandal that defined the 1990s — and forever tore down the veil of celebrities’ private lives
"Red Summer" was the nickname for the dog days of 1919 when American streets filled with African-American blood.