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Brooklynites in Brooklyn: Badger State Road Trip Report

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The photos you see above were taken two Sundays ago in Brooklyn, Wisconsin, one of the 11 Brooklyns scattered across America. The town made for a fun photo op during my recent vacation in Wisconsin, where the New Girl and I spent last week.

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Aggies Use Their Heads for New Helmet Design

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Interesting move yesterday by Texas A&M, which unveiled a new 1939 throwback that will be worn this Saturday against Louisiana-Monroe. The most interesting thing about it, as you can see above, is that they’ve come up with a strikingly realistic-looking . . . → Read More: Aggies Use Their Heads for New Helmet Design

The Fine Line Between Public and Private

Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura was friends with Cardinals outfielder Oscar Taveras, so Ventura was understandably devastated when he heard about Taveras’s death in a car accident on Sunday. I’m sorry for his loss (and for everyone else who knew Tavares), but I still wish he hadn’t written a big “RIP O.T #18” memorial on . . . → Read More: The Fine Line Between Public and Private

A Book Worth Getting Excited About

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I’ve written many times about the seminal graphic designer and illustrator Otis Shepard, who did great artwork for the Cubs, plus he designed several of the Cubbies’ uniforms. He also did lots of non-sports work, most notably for Wrigley. His creative partner for most of this work . . . → Read More: A Book Worth Getting Excited About