The New Yorker's Story On Paul Finebaum Forever Stains The Magazine's…

The New Yorker is a standard-bearer of American literary reportage. The Paul Finebaum Radio Network, Alabama talk radio's most popular source for sports-related Southern exceptionalism, is, uh, not. But that doesn't mean the two can't make a happy pair. » 12/06/12 3:20pm 12/06/12 3:20pm

The New Yorker Makes Highbrow Blogger-In-Basement Joke You'll Set Aside …

Ben McGrath takes up the slumming-dandy-goes-to-a-ballgame mantle from Roger Angell (who should be filing his account of the 2003 World Series any day now) and manages not only to name-check this humble site but let drop the bonnest of mots: » 4/07/10 2:15pm 4/07/10 2:15pm