July 29, 2014
A great band reemerges, still great but now loaded with narrative to boot
July 28, 2014
An old Yankee awaits the end of his journey, while a young Blue Jay embarks upon his own
The red-hot Rays headline a group of four teams that could shape this year’s trade deadline
An inside look at The Asylum, the production company that makes all of those badass Syfy movies, including this week’s ‘Sharknado’ sequel
New coach, new scheme, and a little less bad luck should have Houston looking better than most people think
July 25, 2014
Bill Simmons relies on four decades of experience to determine the difference between a sports movie and a rom-com (among other things)
Scarlett Johansson is inhuman again in ‘Lucy,’ while Dwayne Johnson is wasted in ‘Hercules.’
July 24, 2014
Let’s break down the worst deals in the NFL and the five different ways to overpay someone
Have romantic comedies become obsolete?
Why do athletes like Mike Tyson, Lance Armstrong, and Pete Rose keep reliving their sins in the press?
Answers to your questions on 'Homeland,' 'Better Call Saul,' showrunners in the hot seat, and stars stuck on CBS
After two terrible seasons, erstwhile Giants ace Tim Lincecum seems to have emerged anew. But is he really back? And was he ever really gone?
July 23, 2014
How did Paul Heyman become the biggest star in professional wrestling?
Notes on a kinda-sorta awkward conversation with the fearless ‘other woman’ of rom-coms
Our latest film, from award-winning director Michael Jacobs, tells the story of a celebratory gesture and the tumultuous life of the man who made it happen
Bill Barnwell completes his ranking of pro football’s top 50 most valuable assets