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Monday, July 14, 2008
The N.Y. TIMES' Nicolai Ouroussoff writes, "Like the great monuments of 16th-century Rome or 19th-century Paris, China's new architecture exudes an aura that has as much to do with intellectual ferment as economic clout" (N.Y. TIMES)
ORLANDO SENTINEL columnist Shannon Owens writes, "You don't need me to convince you of our sports era's greatness. You've already YouTubed it, Googled it, blogged it, put it on TiVo" (ORLANDO SENTINEL).
ARIZONA REPUBLIC's Mark Falller writes of Yankee Stadium, "Never has there been a more famous arena in this country, or a stadium more closely associated with its primary tenant" ( ). ARIZONA REPUBLIC
- English Premier League could be hit hard by global economic downturn.
- Planned Twenty20 English cricket league could be worth US$2.6B.
- College student starts movement to bring Rays to Orlando.
- Writer argues Nashville Superspeedway deserves to keep IRL race.
- Five years later, has ACC expansion paid off as well as promised?
- L.A. Times writer recalls covering Al Campanis controversy in '87.
- Max Mosley lawsuit has implications for privacy vs. free speech laws.
- Writer tries out all-you-can-eat seats at minor league ballpark.
- Stefan Fatsis follows Plimpton model of sports immersion journalism.
- Reader Q&A with "Bigger, Stronger, Faster" director Christopher Bell.
- Retired NFL RB Robert Smith renowned for his intellectual curiosity.