I'll be honest, until this weekend I didn't even know that the Iroquois Steeplechase in Nashville was a thing. Had no idea.
Even after I found out it was a thing, after seeing my colleague Clay Travis (Nashville talk show host and founder of outkickthecoverage.com) tweet that he was on his way out ... More >>
Peppermint Twist: The Mob, the Music, and the Most Famous Dance Club of the '60s
By Joel Selvin & John Johnson, Jr. with Dick Cami
Thomas Dunne Books, 304 pp., $24.99
As far as dance crazes go, the Twist might go down (swiveling, of course) as the best known of all time. In 1961 and 1962, the sligh ... More >>
Although it's summer time and the grill seems to be the logical choice when cooking steak, using a cast iron skillet to cook a steak makes it much more savory and delicious.
The older your skillet is, the better your food tastes. As a cast iron skillet ages, it offers up more seasoning and increase ... More >>
Songstress Erykah Badu first brought her own brand of spirituality, sensuality, and street smarts into the R&B/hip hop charts over a decade ago with her debut album Baduizm. Her sound, managing to speak to both the worlds of hip-hop and soul, as then predicted has proven to be something of long-term ... More >>
Harry and Sandra Choron, both with long-term experience in the publishing business, have released their latest book, Look! It's Jesus!. You can tell from the cover (a slice of toast with an image of Jesus burned on to it) that the Choron's approached the project with a mix of awe and a sense of ... More >>