Arts

Reprinted from NBC Sports through Fair Use. Harrison Dillard, Olympic 100m, 110m hurdles champ, dies by Olympic Talk Getty Images Harrison Dillard, who was the U.S.’ oldest living Olympic champion, died after battling stomach cancer at age 96 on Friday, according to the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee and USA Track and Field. Dillard was the only sprinter to win... Read more →


Ah ... the Cleveland Browns ... by Marc A. Cirigliano Here you have it in the accompanying photo, the great John Wooten, left guard of Paul Brown's Cleveland Browns, leading the great Jim Brown on one of the Brown's vaunted sweeps. That was when the Cleveland Browns were a respected and feared team. Paul Brown, ever the innovator, had a... Read more →


Gay Chorus Deep South, a documentary reviewed by Peggy Fagan

Gay Chorus Deep South, a documentary reviewed by Peggy Fagan "There's a storm. And we have to learn to dance with the storm.” Dr. Tim Seelig, conductor of the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus, made a bold move by leading his choir down south after the chaos of the 2016 election and, subsequently, Southern states reinstating anti-LGBTQ discriminatory laws. Tim... Read more →