The legendary writers Truman Capote, William Carlos Williams, and Frank O'Connor walked into a frat house. No, it's not the beginning of a joke but the (incredible) description of a 1960s research study
By Roberto A. Ferdman Roberto A. Ferdman Bio In a provocative long piece published this Sunday, my colleague Marc Fisher explained why the future of baseball, long considered America's pastime, looks grim.
Basketball is on the brain in March. And while the differences are aplenty between college basketball and professional hoops, this sports season got us thinking about the business of athletics. Between