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A Note on Religious Diversity

29
Jun

A Note on Religious Diversity

Twenty years ago, I had a long conversation with George Foreman about religion. George became a born-again Christian in 1977...

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20
Jun

A Note on Black Lives Matter

When Black Lives Matter was formed in 2013 after the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon...

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15
Jun

Bill Gildea: An Appreciation

Bill Gildea, a superbly talented writer, died on Sunday at age 81 from pneumonia and complications of Parkinson's disease. Gildea worked...

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08
Jun

An Email from a Reader

On March 22, I posted an article entitled "Muhammad Ali and the Coronavirus" on another website. Some reader comments in...

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07
May

The Ali-Kopechne Letter

On July 18, 1969, United States senator Ted Kennedy was driving a car on Chappaquiddick Island in Massachusetts when he...

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07
May

Jimmy Glenn (1930-2020)

Jimmy Glenn, one of the most beloved people in boxing and a fixture on the New York boxing scene for...

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30
Jan

Twenty Questions for the New York State Athletic Commission

On January 27, 28, and 29, "The Ring" posted a three-part series entitled "Politics, Problems, and Power at the New...

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29
Jan

Politics, Problems, and Power at the New York State Athletic Commission: Part Three

On March 27, 2019, the New York Times published an investigative report that detailed a fundraiser for New York governor...

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28
Jan

Politics, Problems, and Power at the New York State Athletic Commission: Part Two

Nitin Sethi, a neurologist whose primary practice is affiliated with one of the best research and patient care centers in...

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27
Jan

Politics, Problems, and Power at the New York State Athletic Commission: Part One

The New York State Athletic Commission is important. Fights at Madison Square Garden and Barclays Center are within its domain....

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