By Samuel Wetzler 3 min read
At long last, we have the official 'Unbroken' trailer, from Angelina Jolie's movie adaptation of Laura Hillenbrand's best-selling book.
By Joe Muscolino 15 min read
As Americans gear up for the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi, we pause to set aside the politics and focus on the games themselves. To help, we suggest reading The Boys of Winter by Wayne Coffey, about The Miracle on Ice back in 1980.
By Tom Blunt 2 min read
Wrapping up the week's news, uninvited Jean-Claude van Damme, Greg Louganis' much-deserved coverage (finally!), and updates on 'Fat Kid Rules the World.'
By Jesse Sposato 11 min read
A Conversation with Author-Illustrator Leanne Shapton about her new release "Swimming Studies," memory, and making art.
By Nadine Friedman 4 min read
The Olympic Track and Field games begin tomorrow, August 3rd. Meanwhile, in Mexico’s remote Sierra Madre mountain range, there is a culture of running mind-blowingly antithetical to the endorsements and glitz blazing through London. Christopher McDougall's bestselling 2009 book “Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen” tells the story of the Tarahumara Indians and annual Copper Canyon Ultra Marathon.