Monthly Archives: June 2022

I Was So Wrong About Cincinnati’s Abandoned Subway System

I did seven years in Ohio from the late ’60s to the mid-’70s, as I’ve detailed elsewhere. Ever since then I’ve believed three things I was told about the Cincinnati Subway System That Never Was. 1) It was built in … Continue reading

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Why Rafa Is So Special As a Tennis Player – and a Person

Yesterday, as you no doubt already know, the great Rafael Nadal won his 14th French Open men’s singles title and his 22nd Grand Slam tournament title by defeating Norway’s Casper Ruud 6-3, 6-3, 6-0. Nutshell video. Afterward, Rafa detailed some … Continue reading

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NY Mag: Why No One Should Root for Celtics in the NBA Finals

Will Leitch, the normally level-headed contributing editor at New York Magazine, filed a piece the other day under the headline, Why You Should Root for the Warriors in the NBA Finals. The headline, however, really should have been, Why No … Continue reading

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