Stories Of Americans Passionately At Play

"Sport, at its best, at its most human, is able to inspire an innocence and joy that is unique to each of us."
~ Richard Corman ~

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Strange Formations of Ducks Appear on Horizon

Don’t look now, but a new breed of duck appears to be gaining a (web)foot-hold in Southern California–and beyond. And this breed displays behavioral characteristics not seen in the species in quite some time. Some experts are calling recent activity … Read More »


He Said, She Said: The Runner’s Edition

Interviewing two people who are just about to run a big race together isn’t necessarily that tough a thing to pull off. Unless of course, they’re on different continents at the time—as they would be when they simultaneously take part … Read More »

Ghosts of Game Times Past

In April of 2010, author Tim Forbes embarked on a one-year “sports walkabout” that took him across the country to 100 sporting events involving 50 completely different sports. Why? Well, it’s complicated. His journey and ultimate discoveries about the true value of sports were published in the book “It’s Game Time Somewhere” (Bascom Hill Publishing, 2012). Read More »