Tag Archives: Philip Hersh

Why Meb’s Boston victory as an American confuses so many people

By Christopher Cudworth Opening the Chicago Tribune the morning after the Boston Marathon, I read a wonderful article by Philip Hersh, one of the leading sportswriters in America. Not only was the article beautiful, so was the photo inside. The … Continue reading

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Suzy Favor Hamilton shows how difficult the race against depression and anxiety can be

There is a scene in the movie Men In Black where the characters played by Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones resort to the supermarket tabloids to find out what’s really, truly, actually happening in the world. That feeling crossed … Continue reading

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