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Adapting Michael Lewis's bestseller of the same title, director Bennett Miller and screenwriters Aaron Sorkin and Steven Zaillian take up Beane's story in 2002, when the A's, fresh from the previous season's playoff loss to the Yankees, try to rebuild af
The game's plays are numbered
| September 23, 2011
30 on 30
The Providence Phoenix celebrates 30 years with 30 interviews
30 local luminaries look back on 30 years of the New Paper and the Providence Phoenix
PROVIDENCE PHOENIX STAFF
| October 22, 2008
White hunters, black hearts
There are hundreds of faces in the “Trophy Room” of 419Eater.com , and most of them are black.
Scambaiting turns the tables on Internet con men. But when the clever pranks turn dangerous and degrading, where does the moral compass point?
| September 12, 2007
Phoenix reaps NEPA glory
The Phoenix newspapers and thePhoenix.com were major winners in this year’s New England Press Association (NEPA) Better Newspaper Competition.
It's all about us
| February 14, 2007
Why are Bostonians so damn mean?
27 things that drive us crazy about the city we love
| January 17, 2007
The importance of being Ridiculus
You wouldn’t think that an effective way into the heart of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest would be to play down the comedy’s slapstick farce, stentorian wit, fast pacing, or romantic heterosexuality.
Oscar Wilde at the ART
| January 02, 2007
Why I write
One year ago this week, I was milling around a Theater District bar during what marketing types like to call “a launch party,” an opening reception for a clothing store that was essentially a Hot Topic for fake gangstas.
what I write (for this paper)
| November 15, 2006
Scientifically speaking, you gotta have heart
It’s hard to find anything joyful about the Red Sox these days.
| August 30, 2006
The Phoenix’s first annual sex-survey results
Back in May, staff writer Camille Dodero reported on the state of sex in Boston through interviews with straight, gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people (“ Sex (Circa 2006). ”) Topics ranged from one-night stands to monogamous relationships, from
You people really like oral, don’t hide your porn, and want to do the deed in Fenway
| August 09, 2006
The Phoenix’s 1st annual sex-survey results
Post your comments below
| August 04, 2006
Brains, balls, and a key to Fenway
Mnookin’s tale of unprecedented access lays bare the workings of one of the biggest and most beloved franchises in sports, during one of the most epochal eras of its 105-year history. Beyond "Dirty Water": Red Sox songs that don't suck. By Mike Milia
How one writer tried to set the record straight on the Sox’ past five years
| July 24, 2006
Do it eBay
This Red Sox ownership has made it a mission to wring every last dollar out of Fenway Park.
How to bid on ridiculous Sox-orabilia
| July 18, 2006
Yankee Hating 101
“Hate” is such a harsh word.
All you need to know about this national pastime
| May 28, 2006
This is the type of story that gets Yankee fans’ blood boiling.
Building the best team money can buy
| May 18, 2006
Back by popular demand!
| April 27, 2006
Wild and Crispy
When Johnny Damon took a $52 million deal in December to join the New York Yankees, it cut through Red Sox Nation like a rusty knife.
Yes, Damon’s departure changes the Sox, but they won’t be wanting for charisma
| April 11, 2006
According to the essayists and numbers-crunchers at Baseball Prospectus, the hardball stathead’s Bible, there are “few irrefutable truths” in the game.
A Q&A with Baseball Prospectus writer Steven Goldman
| March 30, 2006
Life, love, and sneakers
Rob Heppler got his sneaker schooling in jail: "Anyone that had super-awesome sneakers, it was for a reason. It meant you were a huge drug dealer or you were rich or somebody cared about you on the outside."
The culture of high-end kicks is about to blow up in Boston. How many pairs do you have?
| February 18, 2006
Dodgers win the Series! Bird plays H.O.R.S.E.! Congressman Canseco! We have seen the future of sports (and its name is Tony Graffanino).
Our 2006 predictions for New England's teams
| January 06, 2006
 An MBTA Red Line station without a broken escalator.  Someone in the White House who at least pretends we’re still looking for Osama.
106 things the Phoenix wants to see in 2006
| December 30, 2005
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