By Phil Hecken, With Noel Basnight
A couple weeks ago, reader Noel Basnight (who posts as the pseudonymous “Leon”) noticed the recent reference to Super Bowl patches on the blog, and — as fate would have it — Leon attended Super Bowl XXIV. As fate would further have it, a patch from that Super . . . → Read More: Patches? We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Patches
Meet Marie Garaventa. What you see above is her report card from the Manhattan Trade School for Girls, which she attended in the late 1920s. If you take a closer look, you can see she was of Italian descent, hard of hearing, slightly underweight, and never absent from class even once. If she’s still . . . → Read More: House of Cards
Most of you reading this have seen this image at some point over the past few years. It’s the definitive view of the Blues’ infamous 1996 prototype jersey.
That image is a scan from this slipcased book, a copy of which was recently sent to me by the guy who wrote it, former Blues . . . → Read More: Uni Watch Book Club: St. Louis Blues, Note by Note
Look at that concentration. That steely gaze. That finely toned body ready to spring into action like a precision-engineered machine. That tongue sticking out of his mouth.
Or just be like everyone else and look at the pants. They really are something. And look, you can wear them too! Free Uni Watch membership to . . . → Read More: Curling Is a Very Serious Sport