I'm sure that some folks sitting in front of their TVs watching the Super Bowl last week were wondering, "Why does the little working-class town of Green Bay have an NFL franchise?"
Baseball can unite entire cities, but it has a dark side based on extreme exploitation.
This sport perfectly embodies the ruling class ideology, which states that the stronger you are, the more well equipped you are, the better.
In a couple of weeks the Bears will play their first game of the 2010 NFL season.
The life was sucked out of Cleveland yesterday, July 8, as LeBron James announced he would be joining Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh in Miami.
Ever since the November elections, the New Jersey middle class has been under attack from their newly-elected governor, Chris Christie.
What's happening to my neighborhood Bronx park is just a tiny part of the catastrophe that's in the works when it comes to the public places where working-class people relax, play and enjoy nature.
Documentary gives a tender and inside look at the renowned Cuban training academy for boxing.
As most Americans were racing down to the bottom of their Guacamole dip and watching the largest sporting event of the year, another Super-Bowl-related race to the bottom went unnoticed.