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The six-minute ‘True Detective’ tracking shot, and the night TV changed.
#SochiFail and the dissonance of the Olympics.
Behind the scenes at Fanatics.com’s sports memorabilia warehouse during the holiday rush.
Watching the North Korea–lampooning, Sony-hack-inciting, hilariously unnerving ‘The Interview’ with Seth Rogen in a movie theater, for perhaps the last time.
Chris Wondolowski looks back on the World Cup.
Twenty years ago, at the pinnacle of his career, Colorado coach Bill McCartney walked away from the game. His reasons remain more complex than many realize.
How Hollywood’s toxic (and worsening) addiction to franchises changed movies forever in 2014.
Michael Sam got drafted, we all witnessed something special, and then … what happened?
The story of a Georgia basketball legend who lost his dreams to drug addiction, and his quest for redemption.
An oral history of 'Boogie Nights.'
What We Saw: While the world roiled in conflict, three women showed us what it means to be free.
What was said in that elevator? And why does Beyoncé’s reaction facilitate our curiosity?
The breadth of light and space: Paul Thomas Anderson’s San Fernando Valley.
What We Saw: Taylor Swift and the art of living a private life in public.
With the hot stove smoking and the winter meetings looming, it’s time for the continuation of our annual ranking of baseball’s 50 most valuable assets.
How a lanky kid from South Dakota became the trusted confidant of LeBron James and Tracy McGrady — and seemingly everybody else in the NBA.
A conversation with Chris Rock about rap, comedy, Cosby, and the art of casting.
Our latest film, from Emmy Award–winning director Eric Drath, brings us to the intersection of boxing injustice and urban chaos in the 1970s.
Ray Rice, Janay Palmer, and the tape.
With the hot stove smoking and the winter meetings looming, it’s time for our annual ranking of baseball’s 50 most valuable assets.