As 2015 slides into 2016, we offer a New Year’s story written by guest blogger Bob Hodge, a Lowell, Mass native who was a charter member of… Read more “FORTY YEARS AGO ON NEW YEAR’S DAY”
In Tracksmith’s inaugural quarterly, Meter, there was a fine story about what’s called ‘fell running’ in Northern England, which author Andy Waterman described as “a lot like… Read more “HARD CUTS”
Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens (sub-head: “The Vault Opens”) smashed all box office records this past weekend. Hopefully, that news might open the eyes of… Read more “STAR WARS & IAAF”
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. But somebody’s gotta do the driving. Which is where we begin to lose men of good cheer. Once again… Read more “THE HOLIDAY DRIVE”
The self-inflicted wounds suffered by the sport of athletics in 2015 fit neatly into a world at-large now forced to come to terms with an apocalyptic nihilism that doesn’t share the basic assumptions of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.