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  • Sports and Recreation

    Sports and Recreation
    Whether you’re a channel-surfing couch potato or a balls-to-the-wall weekend warrior, Baltimore, Maryland is the sportsman or sportswoman’s paradise. For the “I’d rather watch” set, the Baltimore Ravens are perennial powerhouses and the Orioles have gone from upstarts to established contenders, making Baltimore the City that Reads the Box Scores with a big fat smile on our melons. If you’re the sort who’d rather play, well you’re still in luck. Baltimore is home to thriving sports leagues for children of all ages and, for the outdoor types, Maryland has over 96,000 acres of state parks encompassing mountains, forests, rivers, the bay, and the ocean. To put that in perspective, that’s big enough to hold 96,000 single acre yards! Maryland may be America in Miniature, but when it comes to sports and rec, we take it to the max.
  • U.S. AND A!

    Thirty-two of the Earth's 196 nations—nearly 16 percent—are gripped with World Cup Fever and finally it appears American immunity to the round-ball plague is waning. I'm a sports fan and soccer has a lot in common with sports, so I thought I'd...

    Where to Watch the World Cup

    Where to Watch the World Cup
    We’re not sure if you’ve heard, but there’s this little tournament going on called the World Cup. Nations spend four years qualifying so they can spend 90 minutes sweating in the Brazilian heat as they flop their way towards victory. The...

    USA vs. Belgium: Where to Watch

    USA vs. Belgium: Where to Watch
    The USA has done what everyone thought impossible, advancing to the second round (the knockout stage) of the World Cup and giving us more excuses to hit bars on weekdays—as if we needed any. USA now takes on Belgium this Tuesday at 4 p.m. (just in...

    The Nation's sports editor talks about Brazil's Dance with the Devil

    Razil's Dance With the Devil: The World Cup, the Olympics, and the Fight for Democracy Dave Zirin Haymarket Press Earlier this month protests erupted in 10 cities in Brazil, which is set to host matches for soccer's biggest tournament, the World Cup,...