Originally from Billings Montana, Patrick Sauer is a freelance writer based in Brooklyn. email@example.com @pjsauer
"I went down to the crossroad, fell down on my knees
Asked the Lord above, "Have mercy now, save poor Bob if you please"
-- Robert Johnson, Cross Road Blues
The spiritual heart of the Mississippi De...
You already know what happened at Bethpage, but I thought you might like an insider's log of the sights, sounds, and smells (And Woah Nelly! Did it ever smell) of the 2009 U.S. Open.
Somewhere, Tiger Woods is holed up as one wondering where it all went wrong.
For one holiday season, Billings was the most amazing place on Earth.
Oelwein is a microcosm of small town everywhere, but Methland shows that the drug abuse is a symptom, not the cause, of the deeply ingrained problems facing rural America.
On the eve of their 77th birthday, all American citizens will be put to sleep and planted in the organic farm closest to their place of residence.
When I was a teenager, I overcame my Hindu upbringing to become a Catholic. Jesus spoke to me and told me Vishnu doesn't vote.
Sanchez is concentrating on football for now, but it will be interesting to see if his relationship with his new city's Mexican community grows along with his stature.
I would like to extend a sincere apology for forgetting Black History Month yet again. I don't know why this seems to happen every year, but I'm always filled with regret that I didn't do any celebrating.
GQ broke the story that Rumsfeld used cover sheets juxtaposing Bible quotes and war imagery for the top-secret intelligence briefings, but did you know he also rewrote the words to Bush's favorite hymns?
In a sports media world devoted to talking heads, outlandish rumor-mongering, wild speculation and outright lies, Real Sports is a godsend.
What makes this league All-American? Well, no foreigners, for one. Which is fine by me, the razzle-dazzle-over-a-refined-game of "playahs" born outside of these United States, like Tim Duncan, have ruined basketball.
Inside the GOP Hip-Hop Revival Tent - The Huffington Post
I found out that I too had been the discussion amongst the Hitler-loving crowd. I've decided to do something about it: start a dialogue, bridge the gap, and find common ground.
No matter what new technologies develop, singular photos always seem to provide the lasting images that sum up wars on the whole. Nina Berman's photo essay "Marine Wedding" is is gut wrenching, and, in parts, heart-breaking almost beyond description.