The surprise U.S. victory over England in 1950 proved that Americans could also play the beautiful game.
The late David Halberstam was a journalist, heart and soul, with a distinctive way of writing history
A talk with the superb journalist and sports report who was the co-author of MASH and wrote Ernest Hemingway’s favorite fight novel
The author of America’s best-loved baseball book speaks of his days as a reporter, of his time (unique among sportswriters) owning a team, and of his latest subject, Jack Dempsey, whose violent career he uses to illuminate an era
How a Courtly Game Became Big Business
They went to the woods with rod and gun—and gloves, servants, caviar, and champagne