What if you love art AND baseball? In the Eighties, Voice critic Peter Schjeldahl had the answer—and what other paper would’ve published it?
October 22, 2022
The Yankee slugger is on pace to surpass the pre-steroid homer record.
September 9, 2022
The NCAA tournament generates huge profits, so how about paying the college students who make it happen?
March 8, 2022
If you just gotta pick a GOAT, take a look at Tom Brady's defensive squads
September 23, 2021
"Every now and then a postseason comes along that defies the trend and is loaded with playoff pugilism."
Originally published May 5, 1994
“Four young Napoli fans festooned in a crazy-quilt mixture of Brazil and Argentina garb serenaded the sleeper cars, singing "Un Maradona, c'è solo un Maradona!' to the tune of 'Guantanamera'; 'One Maradona, there's only one Maradona.'”
Originally published July 3, 1990
The drawings become anti-targets, a record of pitchers striving to avoid the bull's-eye that any major leaguer could park in the bleachers.
Originally published May 9, 2000
“Around 10 o’clock Muhammad Ali entered the ring. The audience in the the theatre rose to its feet and cheered. Actually, they said, 'Ali bomaye.' ['Ali, kill him.'] The tribal spirit is very contagious”
Originally published November 7, 1974
“Basketball still is the most democratic of all sports — it belongs to the streets and the poor. The only essentials are a hoop, a ball, a pair of sneakers, and another kid who can go 'one on one' with you. And it was these kids that made the evening so beautiful.”
Originally published April 10, 1969