If you think one of the new faces on Shortland Street looks vaguely familiar, then you’re right.
Ann Marie Hall sat next to her husband on the green sofa, trying to talk the gun out of his hands. “You know you can’t kill yourself,” she said.
Retiree Robert Shively spends his days on the golf course. For many, that would be a dream come true, but not quite in the way Shively does it
If you took a jazz-history course before 2000 or so, you almost certainly listened to The Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz. Long out of print, the Collection has finally been supplanted
In these eco-conscious times, there are few areas of life that have not been touched by the drive to go green, and golf is no exception. The trend for environmentally friendly golf is rocketing with celebrities such as Justin Timberlake taking up the cause in unveiling one of the world’s top eco-golf courses earlier this year.
Today, you get a call from a friend. They need a favor. Would you mind spending your vacation time this summer in Death Valley, a desert where temperatures hover around 130 degrees Would you be OK with sleeping in a van, if you get to sleep at all, for three days, because you’ll be working your tail off spraying runners down with water, dunking them in ice and keeping track of everything that goes in (and — yes — out) of their body every 15 minutes so they don’t die running 135 miles in the hardest footrace on the planet “Yeah, man, it’s Badwater.
Entering his sixth year at Hogwarts, Harry Potter may not be able to see the finishing line, but he knows it’s coming.
Cycling at the Tour de France has taken a techie turn. Not only is Lance Armstrong posting to Twitter from the race, but a Chalkbot — a robot that writes in water-soluble paint — is scribing messages onto the road, offering inspiration to the competitors and to cancer survivors. The Chalkbot takes input from text messages and Twitter posts sent by the public
A number of filmmakers have looked to golf for inspiration for their movies — but it is not often a professional golfer does the reverse. Three-time major winner Padraig Harrington has broken the mould after experimenting with a devastating ice-hockey swing as used in the cult U.S
Play in the 109th U.S. Open golf tournament at Bethpage Black has been suspended on Thursday because of heavy rain which has saturated the New York course. The opening round begun with dark clouds and a gusting wind making life difficult for players and supporters alike