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Rocky Road -- Our Man's Journey Into the World of Boxing

Volume Four: Fight Night

Posted: June 23, 2003    By David Savona


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Yesterday and Today: Martin Brodeur

In professional hockey, it is said that hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup above your head in victory is the ultimate moment for any player. While it is...more

Posted: June 9, 2003    By Michael Marsh


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Q & A: Darryl "Chocolate Thunder" Dawkins

Back in 1975, when he was 18 years old, Darryl Dawkins upset the natural order of things, becoming the first player ever to jump directly from high...more

Posted: June 6, 2003    By Kenneth Shouler


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Q & A: Darryl "Chocolate Thunder" Dawkins

(Continued) KS: There were a couple of years that they attempted more shots than Erving did! DD: World Free was explosive. He's still like my...more

Posted: June 6, 2003    By Kenneth Shouler


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Hot Hybrids

Growers play the mating game to concoct new tobacco strains.

Posted: June 1, 2003    By David Savona


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Get the Show on the Road

With powerful portables you can pack your fun to go and take your audio or videoentertainment along

Posted: June 1, 2003    By Steve Morgenstern


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Bargain Basement Jets?

Imagine a world where grabbing a flight is as easy as hailing a cab. One entrepreneur says he can deliver. But will his dream fly?

Posted: June 1, 2003    By Jim Mueller


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Cars: Caddy's Comeback

Once the venerable "standard of the world," Cadillac fights back with a move upmarket.

Posted: June 1, 2003    By Paul A. Eisenstein


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The World's Greatest Inns

From country manors to luxury hotels, Relais & Châteaux sets the standard for international lodging and cuisine

Posted: June 1, 2003    By Larry Olmsted


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Sport: Why Are We So Upset About LeBron James?

LeBron James isn't the first wonder child of sports, just the latest. And the tallest. Sarah Hughes was 16 years old when she became the darling of the country and the whole world at the Winter Games in Salt Lake City.

Posted: June 1, 2003    By Mike Lupica


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The Sultans of Swing

The greatest hitter of all time may be the most debated topic in American sports. But which slugger takes the prize? We run the numbers to find out.

Posted: June 1, 2003    By Kenneth Shouler


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Rocky Road -- Our Man's Journey Into the World of Boxing

Volume Three: Sparring

Posted: April 28, 2003    By David Savona


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