No concept, no earth-shaking news, but since no one else has done one.
A's Street isn't concerned about slow start
In which we learn that Huston and Andrew Brown play chess every day.
With Laughter and Toughness, Stanford Forges A Path
In which the New York Times calls the Stanford women gritty. They're doomed.
A day of rebirth for fans at Fenway Park
In which Bill Buckner throws out the first pitch and the rest of us yawn and make a mental note to avoid ESPN.
Immigration bureaucracy keeps newlyweds apart
In which, like Dana Eveland, a couple learns the importance of having their paperwork in hand when crossing borders. Unlike Dana Eveland, there's a chance their situation won't have a happy ending; the American groom is 96 years old and his bride is stuck in Canada.