March 12, 2014
Fridays on NBC go down like a fine Chianti thanks to ‘Hannibal’
March 11, 2014
Approaching the end of ‘American Idol’ and ‘Glee,’ and the new era of music television shows
Every team wants to develop its own Mike Trout or Clayton Kershaw. Not every team tries to do that in the same way, however. To better understand baseball’s competing prospect philosophies, we hit the spring training circuit.
In search of Puddles, the saddest clown of all, whose voice — along with Lorde’s music — made him an Internet star
Seven crucial questions for the NBA’s homestretch
March 10, 2014
A profile of Dan Jenkins, the antiromantic living legend of golf writing
As NFL free agency is set to begin, Aaron Hernandez’s case still looms large over the league
Wichita State fans — including a few state senators — want a piece of the Kansas Jayhawks. Will the Shockers and their boosters ever get the matchup they’ve been clamoring for?
March 7, 2014
Grantland’s resident wrestling junkies break down the cutting-edge delivery of the WWE’s Internet-only channel
The leadership of Mike Krzyzewski at Duke
A blueprint for everyone from the Raiders to the Broncos
Good news for the Mets? Bad news for the Yankees? The chance to win some Gummi Bears? It must be time for the annual MLB Over/Under report.
March 6, 2014
Sources say this form is all a player needs to get out of town
As our intrepid reporter dives into another month of the ‘New York Times’ ‘Vows’ section, she ponders her own metamorphosis
Today’s baseball general managers seem to be enjoying unprecedented job security. But is it a real trend, or a fluke? And if it is real, what’s causing it?
He’s 19 years old and famously “still growing,” but Milwaukee Bucks rookie Giannis Antetokounmpo is already seen as a savior — in different ways — by the Bucks, by his Greek countrymen, and by the Internet