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Michael Stipe on the highs and lows of R.E.M. and his unknowable future in music.
The runner Steve Prefontaine died on May 30, 1975. His legacy remains alive.
The Astros weren’t supposed to be this good this soon. Thanks to maturing talent, shrewd investments, and a fierce commitment to a controversial rebuilding process, however, they’re leading the AL West before the top-prospect cavalry even arrives.
A free album no one asked for. A massive tour millions will see. A legendary career. An army of haters. To be U2 is to be in contradiction with the culture, while trying to be the culture. Thirty-five years into its existence, what does the band mean now?
Sydney Leroux has followed a map to the stars — from Canada to the U.S., and now, on the eve of the Women’s World Cup, back again. Will the tatted and tenacious striker leave her mark on the big tournament?
Facing elimination in the Eastern Conference finals, the Atlanta Hawks’ Paul Millsap remains stoic and determined, like he’s always been.
The the Sports Guy that's fit to print.
Our latest film, directed by Colin Hanks, tells the story of how a bad team and an even worse idea were an ugly combination in San Francisco.
Cavaliers center Timofey Mozgov never let early NBA notoriety define him, and the steady work ethic he’s displayed since arriving from Russia has LeBron James on the verge of another trip to the Finals.
Mafia hit men out for revenge. Drew Barrymore stripteases. Beer-guzzling camels. Madonna high on ‘endo.’ It was all in a day’s work in his first job out of college. These are Daniel Kellison’s memories of working for David Letterman in the 1990s.
Jeff Trout, Mike’s father, never made it to the majors. But he was a baseball star in his own right until injuries derailed his career, and if we better understand his excellence, we can better appreciate his status as the evolutionary link to a legend.
A new short film chronicles the celebrated writer’s 50-year habit of never throwing away a phone number or the story that went with it.
The producer and DJ behind the xx has struck out on his own in search of the perfect beat.
From fruit-picking to pub-crawling to stadium-rocking, the members of Blur have been connected — in some form or another — for four decades. Now, they’re officially reformed, in more ways than one, and as great as they’ve ever been.
The erstwhile star of ‘The X-Files’ is releasing an album. Of music. And it’s pretty good. He has also published his first novel, is headlining a new Charles Manson miniseries for NBC, and will soon be Agent Mulder once more. This is the dawning of the age of David Duchovny.
The dashing and often hapless career of Mike Burke.
The Rockets’ talented big man has been heckled and harangued for shooting too much and from all the wrong places. But after leaving his hometown Hawks and a messy divorce in Detroit, Smith may have finally found a home, and postseason success, in Houston.
Absorbing the Filipino icon’s defeat at a packed public screening in the Philippine capital.
Last year’s draft class redefined expectations for rookie NFL receivers. The 2015 wideouts have the hype to match — but will they also have the production? Here’s everything you need to know about this year’s top six wide receiver prospects.
The Filipino icon’s larger-than-life journey from General Santos City to facing Floyd Mayweather Jr. in the richest fight in boxing history.