The Man From Denver

DORAN MILLER-ROSENBERG | TWITTER | E-MAIL   When I became sentient, I didn’t understand the NBA. My instincts told me basketball was its most beautiful and efficient when the team was put before its parts. Seems reasonable enough. And yet in my lifetime it was the stars that dominated the Association. The personalities (read: brands) […]

An Affair With Radio

J.G. SULLIVAN | E-MAIL   You never considered yourself a sports fan. You were an aesthete. You lived for art and music and philosophical conversations about existential dilemmas. You ran with a pack of weirdoes and misfits and thought that by your late twenties you’d be sipping espresso at an outdoor café in Paris and working […]

Fight Night

SUNIL JOSHI | E-MAIL   The Barclays Center glows rusted gold as the afternoon sun hits it just so, visible from blocks away, rising from the low-density Park Slope skyline like a fiery tribute to the power of the modern urban government. It’s a beautiful, steadfast gleam in the right light, befitting the relentless effort […]