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Tennis | Young & Old

Denver's Tennis, the husband/wife duo of Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley, are back with another slab of dreamy, feather-light pop.
Fat Possum (2012)
By RYAN REED  |  February 10, 2012
Friends with Benefits review

Review: Friends with Benefits

FWB is a well-crafted comedy of the sex-first, romance-later genre that — bonus! — isn't blatantly nonsensical.
Chemistry and comic timing
By BETSY SHERMAN  |  July 29, 2011

Photos: Tennis at Great Scott

Tennis perform live at Great Scott on February 28, 2011.
Tennis | Great Scott | February 28, 2011
By CHRISSY BULAKITES  |  March 11, 2011

Tennis | Cape Dory

Cape Dory is a debut swathed in love-struck naiveté.
Fat Possum Records (2011)
By REYAN ALI  |  January 07, 2011

Notes on Fathers: What Illness Can Teach Us About Family Connections

My father stared out across the room, a pained expression on his face.
Out There
By CAROLINE KNAPP  |  August 06, 2010

VIDEO: French Open Interpretation: Love, Tennis, and Electronica

French electronica artist wears tennis shorts, stars in short film, promotes new album Slow Hump Day? Nothing like a short French film from a short...
By Marianna Faynshteyn  |  June 30, 2010

Love is nothing

Here’s what I know about tennis: if you’ve got love, you’ve got nothing. From love to 15 to 30 to whatever comes between 30 and the sets and the matches, with those advantage points and tiebreakers thrown in, tennis scoring is less intuitive to me than t
Balls, Pucks, and Monster Trucks
By RICK WORMWOOD  |  September 11, 2009

Hardly getting over it

As you probably know by now, on September 12 Wallace hung himself after a long battle with depression.
David Foster Wallace, 1962-2008
By DAVID ANDREW STOLER  |  September 25, 2008
Wimbledon, Yanek, Brother Bus and WTF?

Wimbledon, Yanek, Brother Bus and WTF?

We gang up Santoro about Wimbledon, talk to Dawn Yanek, talk about the Brothel Bus and check the WTF Line. Put us on your iPod....
By Charlie  |  July 07, 2008

With a blank slate, anything’s possible. Plus, Art on Decks

Today, the cracked and faded tennis courts off St James Street are nothing much to look at.
Skate park
By DEIRDRE FULTON  |  September 05, 2007

Federer vs. Nadal, a rematch made in heaven

While it may seem a tad premature to be talking about a Roger Federer/Rafael Nadal Wimbledon rematch of last year's final like it were set in stone —...
By Ian Sands  |  July 06, 2007


America Blows

The United States of America is a nation with a proud history.
Since George W. Bush took office, the United States has sunk to unprecedented lows in sports and pop-culture domination
By MIKE MILIARD  |  June 29, 2007


The unusual title — Open for Dancing — for Island Moving Co.’s five-day fall dance festival comes from several sources.
Island Moving Co. out in the Open  
By JOHNETTE RODRIGUEZ  |  September 19, 2006

Tongue untied

Robert Frost, loving his little rhymes, once compared writing free verse to playing tennis without a net. Playwright David Hirson might very well enjoy swinging a racket in shackles, considering the fun he’s had composing La Bête entirely in rhymed co
The Gamm’s delightful La Bête
By BILL RODRIGUEZ  |  May 23, 2006

La Forge Casino

The idea of a Sunday brunch summons visions of leisurely indulgence.
A place to bask for brunch
By BILL RODRIGUEZ  |  March 22, 2006

Scarlett’s letters

Scarlett Johansson struck up such a friendship with Woody Allen that after Match Point , he gave her the lead in his next movie.
Johansson and Rhys Meyers lob a few
By GARY SUSMAN  |  January 14, 2006


Power Point

A move to London has yielded the director's most bracing, sure-handed, satisfying film in a decade.
Woody Allen returns to form in Match Point
By GARY SUSMAN  |  January 09, 2006