Organ Grinder

On the Fourth of July, as I was walking to the corner gas station to get some ice for the party I was hosting that afternoon, I saw that someone on my block had put some discarded LPs out on the sidewalk for anyone to take. There’s nothing particularly unusual about that — people on . . . → Read More: Organ Grinder

NO SALE! Meet Uni Watch's Public Enemy #1

Click to enlarge — image credit: Corey Dieteman

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If you hadn’t heard, the Chicago White Sox were scheduled to wear their 1976 “Leisure Suit” Throwbacks yesterday evening. Chris Sale had other plans.

In what may be the most bizarre uni-related story in the history of ever of 2016, . . . → Read More: NO SALE! Meet Uni Watch’s Public Enemy #1

That'll Leave A Mark

Back when I was doing the weekly columns over the summer, I had put out the call for reader requests and submissions, and I did receive a few that I wasn’t able to get to during that time. Today we have an excellent submission from Randy Alleman, who had pitched to me an article . . . → Read More: That’ll Leave A Mark

Giving New Meaning to the Term ‘Wardrobe Malfunction’

Bizarre scene last night in San Antonio, as Spurs guard Manu Ginóbili’s left sneaker gave out (or, in the somewhat hyperbolic parlance of the broadcasters in the video shown above, “exploded”) in the midst of a play. Never seen anything like that before.

The best part: The footwear in question was made by you-know-who. . . . → Read More: Giving New Meaning to the Term ‘Wardrobe Malfunction’