SBD/Issue 241/Hot Reads

Hot Reads

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

High schools struggle to maintain athletics amid sweeping budget cuts.
Former NBAer Tommy Heinsohn finds second career as visual artist.

The WALL STREET JOURNAL's Steve Kornacki writes, "There's no evidence that coaches with a conservative bent are better coaches or more likely to get jobs. … Still, could it be that football coaches, just by the nature of the job, are more comfortable on the right end of the political spectrum?" (WALL STREET JOURNAL).

DEADSPIN.com's Tommy Craggs writes Shea Stadium and other multi-use venues "represented an idea of a sports facility – versatile and utilitarian and forward-looking – that we might eagerly embrace today if owners hadn't spent the past 30 years convincing us they were all uninhabitable blights" (DEADSPIN.com).

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