Over at The Ringer I wrote about one of my favorite ever athletes, the great golfer Lee Trevino, on the occasion of the 35th anniversary of his final major championship. Includes wonderful stories fro
Eddie Pepitone, American Truth Teller, is one of my closest friends. The celebrated stand-up comedian behind 2012’s incendiary, indispensable special In Ruins as well as an accomplished characte
Hellos and goodbyes! Over at Oxford American, I ponder The Who’s 1982 Farewell Concert and debut the title track from my band, the Paranoid Style’s new LP A Goddamn Impossible Way Of Life!
Over at The Ringer, I reflected on Jean Van de Velde’s collapse on the 72nd hole of the 1999 Open Championship. Recommended for golf fans or simply fans of the rich bounty of human experience! A
Over at The Southwest Review I’ve submitted to a thorough interrogation by the great novelist Owen King, and also premiered a new Paranoid Style track entitled “Turpitude”! Anyone wh
Timothy Bracy, reporting from the Sports Desk of The Paranoid Style: Let me tell you how I typically watch the Nationals. I do not watch on TV, because I like my misery more mainlined and exquisite. I
Let’s discuss The Dirty South, the fifth record by the unaccountably brilliant American institution known as the Drive-By Truckers, which turns fifteen (15!) this summer. The Dirty South is an expan
Let’s discuss Lawyers, Guns & Money, whose remarkable blog turns fifteen (15!) this weekend. Now look folks: I’m the new girl and while my day-to-day trade is education and public policy,