by Pete Bodo Ion Tiriac has a habit of making traditionalists want to hurl. It goes all the way back to the late 1960s and 70s, when his glowering visage (in a brilliant line, a writer once observed that the...
Peter Bodo concludes his year-end awards—12 in all, for 2012—with the Stories of the Year. You can see all of his prior selections at the end of this article. Men’s: Blue Clay Brouhaha in Madrid Ion Tiriac turned the clay courts of ... Read Post
by Pete Bodo Madrid, as most of you know, was the brainchild of Ion Tiriac. That he was able to turn his vision into reality ought to give you a pretty good idea of the degree of the clout and... Read Post