I'm nothing if not an optimist. If there were a Pollyanna Hall of Fame, I'd be a first-ballot inductee. In my induction speech, I'd thank all gods (actual and imagined), my parents and Miss America.
In January 1980, Michael Jackson was 21. He had not yet released "Thriller," nor had he been crowned King of Pop or inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. But even then, he seemed to have a sense of the legacy he was buildingShow More Summary
Kurt Warner, Junior Seau and 13 other first-time nominees will get their initial crack at induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the Associated Press reported Tuesday night. In total, 99 players and 14 coaches will be up for induction, with 25 semifinalists announced in November and 15 finalists announced in January. The four […]
Upon his induction into the Caddie Hall of Fame, Karen Crouse looks at
Steve Williams, who caddied for four notable golfers in his career and was inducted into the Caddie Hall of Fame last week, said he is ready to spend more time with his family in New Zealand.
Cosimo Matassa, the legendary recording engineer and studio owner who helped introduce and shape New Orleans’ early rhythm and blues and rock ‘n’ roll sound and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and recognized with a Grammy for his efforts, died Thursday. Show More Summary
BEREA, Ohio -- Ex-Jets great running back Curtis Martin told a story at his Hall of Fame induction that bears repeating. Martin talked of injuring his knee once when he played for Bill Parcells. He talked to Parcells about it, and Parcells...Show More Summary
Frank Lloyd Wright's George Madison Millard House in Highland Park, Chicago, just received its tenth price reduction, which is surely grounds for induction into the Pricechopper Hall of Fame, as well as a recognition that being designed by the...
E-ZPass innovator honored at 2014 World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems.
Steve Williams is inducted into the Western Golf Association’s Caddie Hall of Fame. Steve Williams, who was on the bag for 13 of Tiger Woods’ 14 major championships and helped Adam Scott win the 2013 Masters, entered the Caddie HallShow More Summary
In June 2008, at the last Countrywide shareholder meeting after the company had been bought by Bank of America, founder Angelo Mozilo made a bold statement, telling those assembled, “[Bank of America] will reap the benefits of what we...Show More Summary
Vivienne Westwood has been inducted into the Scottish Fashion Awards Hall of Fame. The English designer joins previous honorees including Stella Tennant, Rankin, Albert Watson, Colin McDowell and Sam McKnight in receiving the accolade,...Show More Summary
Today, Chicago's most well-loved hot dog stand, Hot Doug's, will be inducted into the Hot Dog Hall of Fame, reports NBC. Says owner Doug Sohn: "We were stunned when we got the call that we were being inducted to the...
Stephen Ames STEPHEN AMES, A FOUR-TIME WINNER on the PGA Tour, was inducted into the Canadian Hall of Fame on Tuesday, reported the Champions Tour. Ames is the 74th member."It's hitting home a little bit now for me. It is a real honor,"...Show More Summary
Hot Doug's will be inducted into the Vienna Beef Hot Dog Hall of Fame tomorrow, and owner Doug Sohn is quotable about the honor. "We were stunned when we got the call that we were being inducted to the Vienna...
Four weeks after being inducted into the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, Joe Torre will have the No. 6 he wore as the manager for four world champion Yankee teams retired Saturday in a ceremony before the Bombers’ afternoon game against the White Sox.
A reader who was in Cooperstown, New York, during this year's baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremony sends along this video of Bob Costas takin' some cuts in the local batting cage. Read more...
Former Yankees manager Joe Torre, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame last month and will have his number retired by the Yankees tomorrow night, sat down for an interview with The New York Times. During the conversation, Torre was not shy about revealing personal details about his past. Read more...
The late Chris Schenkel — for decades ABC's workhorse announcer through nine Olympics, the NBA, horse racing, college football, and of course 36 years of those winter Saturday bowling tournaments — has been named to the Sports Broadcasting...Show More Summary
Roger Clemens was going full steam, telling a group of reporters gathered around his small table at a suite in Fenway Park how induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame doesn't keep him awake at nights, when a familiar face peered through the crowd, aviator glasses perched above a wide grin.