Lately, the City of Detroit has been making headlines, and not really for the best of reasons. Being a native daughter of
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“This afternoon, the Church has elected a new Pope” Change happens. There are first times for everything, and speaking sportually, this papacy
Thank you to author, poet, creative photographer, naturalist, publicist and dear friend Zinta Aistars for tagging me in this Next Big Thing
Several years ago, my volleyball team competed in a tournament with three other teams. One of the teams represented a Christian school
“…To tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.” Who should tell the truth, and why? And really, what
When I began writing Sportuality: Finding Joy in the Games, it was with a sense of urgency for the culture of this
In Sportuality: Finding Joy in the Games, p.88, I wrote, “The Olympic Games are an impressive community, too, events through which people
Through an interesting scheduling turn of events – more like lucky – I was able to experience professional baseball in two different
Since I wrote about the Kentucky Derby in my last post, the upstart “I’ll Have Another” has taken the horse racing world
The Kentucky Derby – “The greatest two minutes in sports” – is slated to be run Saturday, May 5, 2012. While much