At 26, Dickey Chapelle was photographing on the front lines, covering global rebellions and countries at war.
A little over a year ago, The A.V. Club ran a piece where we talked to Mike Futia, a onetime contestant on Supermarket Sweep. In between revelations about fake hams and turtleneck dickeys, we learned just what it was like to be on the show, commercialism and all. Show More Summary
Colin Dickey on KAIROS
Daily Beast Foreign Editor Christopher Dickey made another MSNBC appearance on Monday afternoon, this time on MSNBC Live with Thomas Roberts, where he again went after the "right wing" over negative reaction to taking in Muslim refugees in the aftermath of the Paris terrorist attacks. Show More Summary
Terry Koper stood off to the side, a few feet from the grave, scribbling in his notebook as the wind swirled the leaves at his feet in gigantic gusts. Maybe because it was November in Wisconsin. Or maybe because the heavens knew, as some mourners suggested. But the wind was the same, and the sky was the same, and there...
Appearing as a guest during Sunday's MSNBC live coverage of the Paris terrorist attacks, Daily Beast Foreign Editor Christopher Dickey declared that "I'm afraid" that the right wing in Europe "will continue to be on the rise" in the aftermath of the attacks.
During Saturday morning's live MSNBC coverage of the Paris terror attacks, Christopher Dickey of the Daily Beast worried that "the right wing politicians" in France "are going to do their best to take advantage of it and probably successfully...Show More Summary
Photojournalist Dickey Chapelle was wearing combat boots, a bush hat and her signature pearl earrings when she was hit by shrapnel from a Viet Cong land mine near Chu Lai Air Base on Nov. 4, 1965. She was the first female American war correspondent to be killed in action. "When I die, I want it...
Just hear us out. Dickies could be the answer to all your winter woes. For those of you unfamiliar with the dickie (also spelt dickey or dicky), it's a type of false shirt-front that was originally intended to be worn with a tuxedo.Show More Summary
The Toronto Blue Jays have officially exercised their 2016 contract options on Jose Bautista, R.A. Dickey and Edwin Encarnacion less than 24 hours after Mark Shapiro was introduced as the club’s new president and CEO. All-star Bautista will earn 14 million next season and Encarnacion will make $10 million. Show More Summary
NEW YORK — Before playing the encore of his second show this week at City Winery in downtown Manhattan, Gregg Allman paid homage to an estranged Allman Brothers Band cohort. “We’re going to finish this off by playing a song by Mr. Dickey Betts,” Allman said before launching into “Southbound” on the Hammond B3 organ. Allman has […]
R.A. Dickey struggled mightily with a 7.11 ERA in two postseason starts for the Toronto Blue Jays, but he apparently did enough during the last three seasons to convince his team to pick up the 2016 option on his contract. Continue for updates. Dickey Reportedly Likely to Pitch for Blue Jays Next Season Wednesday, Oct. Show More Summary
Roberta “Robbie” Kaplan’s book, Then Comes Marriage: United States v. Windsor and the Defeat of DOMA, written with Lisa Dickey, was published by this month by W.W. Norton and Co. The book details Kaplan’s successful battle against the Defense of Marriage Act in the 2013 case that opened the door for the marriage equality decision this year. Show More Summary
TORONTO — Throwing a knuckleball, like pulling the trigger on a franchise-shifting baseball trade, requires faith. R.A. Dickey placed his trust in the pitch long ago, and the Toronto Blue Jays demonstrated their belief in Dickey in the winter of 2012, when they acquired him from the New York Mets in a deal that included two high-level prospects. Show More Summary
Toronto starter R. A. Dickey allowed five runs in only one and two-thirds innings after a Royals pitcher revived allegations that the Blue Jays hitters had stolen signs.
Ben Zobrist hit a two-run homer on knuckleballer R.A. Dickey's fourth pitch of the game, Alex Rios connected an inning later and the Kansas City Royals routed the Toronto Blue Jays 14-2 Tuesday to move one win from a second straight World Series.
Pitching Matchup: Chris Young (11-6, 3.06 ERA) vs. R.A. Dickey (3.91 ERA) First Pitch: 4:07 p.m. ET on FS1 R.A. Dickey is set to make the first home postseason start of his career, as the Toronto Blue Jays attempt to pull even with the...Show More Summary
The Blue Jays’ R. A. Dickey, and the Royals Chris Young, the scheduled starters for Game 4 of the American League Championship Series, are Mets castoffs who are members of baseball’s intellectual elite.
He’s soaking in every moment.