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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Kevin Paul Dupont Globe Staff December 22, 2018 Tough times for the Blackhawks, and not just on the scoresheet. A week ago Friday night, Tommy Hawk, the team’s gregarious mascot, entered into a nasty dustup with a fan inside the United Center following a 4-3 overtime loss to the Jets.No surprise, video of the barnyard brawl went viral, followed promptly by a Blackhawks statement that they were “gathering the facts” around the incident. Original news reports were that a fan put Tommy in a headlock, triggering the fracas. Boy, I say boy, what a mess in Chicago! Advertisement For the record, ol’ Tommy handled himself pretty well. Ex-Blackhawks crazy man Mike Peluso (728 penalty minutes, 1990-92) would have been humbled by the concourse beatdown. However, Page 1 of Big League Sports Marketing 101 reads, “Don’t ever let the team … [Read more...] about Are Blackhawks tanking to get No. 1 pick?
In 1971, the Voice hosted what music editor Robert Christgau then dubbed “the first and last annual Pazz & Jop Critics Poll,” receiving 84 ballots (of which only 39 came from what he described as “legitimate critics,” or “human beings with more access to print media than a lonely attack on Led Zeppelin III in a high school newspaper in Minnesota, which was one credential proferred”) and splitting the results across two music sections. Who’s Next won by a wide margin, its 540 points easily topping Sticky Fingers‘s 332 and Every Picture Tells a Story‘s 319. The prominence of legacy artists led Christgau to complain of a “creeping auterism” by which “fave raves of yore… are trotted out like so many Frank Tashlins to receive a great art award for their annual wheeze.” Three years later, however, the poll returned, trimmed down to just 24 voters, with Court and Spark by Joni Mitchell (the last female … [Read more...] about Robert Christgau’s Five Favorite Pazz & Jop Essays
By Rich Hammond | [email protected] | Orange County RegisterPUBLISHED: November 17, 2018 at 6:14 pm | UPDATED: November 17, 2018 at 6:14 pm COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado — One inch. That’s what separates Jared Goff and Patrick Mahomes in height and, in a metaphorical sense, so many other metrics. It could stay that way for a while. Monday night’s game between the Rams and the Kansas City Chiefs at the Coliseum figures to be a showdown between the NFL’s two best under-25 quarterbacks, and arguably this season’s two best, period. It’s too early to call it a rivalry. This is their first meeting and neither quarterback has won a playoff game, yet it doesn’t seem like a stretch to think that the Rams’ Goff and the Chiefs’ Mahomes will become this generation’s Peyton Manning and Tom Brady, with high-profile battles over the next decade or so. “Listen, I’m terrible at predicting the future, but it would look that way, … [Read more...] about Jared Goff vs. Patrick Mahomes might be the NFL’s next great QB rivalry
By NATHANIEL RICH AUG. 1, 2018 We knew everything we needed to know, and nothing stood in our way. Nothing, that is, except ourselves. A tragedy in two acts. Losing Earth Prologue Part One Part Two Epilogue Thirty years ago, we had a chance to save the planet. The science of climate change was settled. Almost nothing stood in our way — except ourselves. We knew everything we needed to know, and nothing stood in our way. Nothing, that is, except ourselves. A tragedy in two acts. By Nathaniel Rich AUG. 1, 2018 Editor’s Note This narrative by Nathaniel Rich is a work of history, addressing the 10-year period from 1979 to 1989: the decisive decade when humankind first came to a broad understanding of the causes and dangers of climate change. Complementing the text is a series of aerial photographs and videos, all shot over the past year by George Steinmetz. With support from the Pulitzer Center, this two-part article is … [Read more...] about Losing Earth: The Decade We Almost Stopped Climate Change