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The foulest of the fowl: the Phoenix presents its fourth annual dishonor roll

Turkey time
Ah, Thanksgiving. Mashed potatoes, football, that asshole uncle of yours.
By PHOENIX STAFF  |  November 21, 2012

They call the state Rogue’s Island. Here’s why!

Local color
Time flies when you're in college. So before you disappear, here's a cheat sheet of Rhode Island tales that you probably didn't hear on your campus tour.
By PHILIP EIL  |  September 26, 2012

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Review: Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning

Curt Schilling's winning pitch to gamers
Are you ready for this? Curt Schilling's video game is good. Really good.
By MITCH KRPATA  |  March 02, 2012

The ‘2012 RISCA Fellowship Exhibition’

Bright spots
Last weekend The New York Times proclaimed Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning , the debut video game of former Red Sox pitcher and outspoken Republican millionaire Curt Schilling's 38 Studios, "one of the finest action role-playing games yet made."
By GREG COOK  |  February 15, 2012
pitcher Curt Shilling

Talking the art of pitching with Theo, Schill, and Peter Gammons

Payoff pitch
There's a saying in baseball: you can never have too much pitching. If that's the case, you've come to the right place.  
By PHOENIX STAFF  |  April 07, 2011

Thanks for nothing: Rhode Island Turkeys 2010

In our second annual list of Rhode Island Turkeys, the Phoenix fingers 12 people and institutions who committed crimes against the state
Thanksgiving has arrived. And you know what that means: dinner with your boorish uncle, the disturbing quiver of canned cranberry sauce, and the Phoenix 's second annual list of Rhode Island turkeys — people and institutions who committed crimes against the state in the past year.
By PROVIDENCE PHOENIX STAFF  |  November 22, 2011

The backstory on Curt Schilling's Rhode Island jaunt

The Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation's controversial decision to offer a $75 million loan guarantee to former Red Sox ace Curt Schilling's video-game company, 38 Studios, has become a prime issue on the campaign trail.
By DAVID SCHARFENBERG  |  September 01, 2010

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A Rhode Island filmmaker’s tribute to the Good War

Amid the moral ambiguity of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan — the handwringing over weapons of mass destruction, drone attacks, and the rights of detainees — there is something startling about the raw patriotism of the documentary Navy Heroes of Normandy .  
By DAVID SCHARFENBERG  |  June 02, 2010

Massachusetts: You might be living in a red state if

31 signs that Scott Brown’s victory is changing the face of the commonwealth for the worse
Scott Brown’s Senatorial victory is merely the latest sign that red tides are creeping upon our once-progressive Commonwealth. Don’t believe us? Consider that Kenny Chesney sells out Gillette Stadium every summer, and, of course, that wealthy Republican presidential hopeful with the fantastic hair was recently our Governor.
By CHRIS FARAONE  |  January 25, 2010

Ten years of great sports

Boston's road from Loserville to Title Town
Moments after Adam Vinatieri's field goal split the uprights as the clock expired in the Louisiana Superdome on February 3, 2002, the streets of Boston were in bedlam. Drunk people dangled from trees and hung off lampposts. Motorists leaned on their horns. I saw a guy hug a cop
By MIKE MILIARD  |  December 22, 2009

It's hip to be icosahedral

In a new book, Ethan Gilsdorf  tracks his global quest to visit the holiest nerd-world sites
Be they beer geeks, comic-book geeks, or music geeks, nowadays people flout their geekdom proudly, even wearing it like a badge.
By MIKE MILIARD  |  October 05, 2009

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Blowhard, interrupted

If Curt Schilling runs for Senate, will he keep his sports-media perch?
Former Red Sox great Curt Schilling isn't the only prospective US Senate candidate agonizing over whether to run for Ted Kennedy's old seat. But unlike some of his potential rivals the Bloody Socked One seems determined to share his Hamlet act with the biggest possible audience.
By ADAM REILLY  |  September 11, 2009

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Post-steroid baseball

Nine questions that will shape the new season
The bunting is hung. The chalk lines are laid out with Euclidian precision.
By MIKE MILIARD  |  April 02, 2009

88. Curt Schilling

Dome-bellied, skinny-legged, pasty-complexioned, and crowned with thinning, hat-headed hair, the just-retired Schilling is starting to look more and more like a mash-up of baseball Hall of Famer and computer nerd, which he sorta is. But perhaps the big lug’s foulest feature is his mouth, which he uses to spout pseudo-profound conservative hunches. If Washington is truly “Hollywood for ugly people,” then that rumored Senate run may be a perfect fit.
By Boston Phoenix Staff  |  March 25, 2009

Blowing up

No longer the wimpy kid brother to sports-Radio powerhouse WEEI-AM, now has its own seat at Boston sports media’s grown-ups’ table
Everyone’s got the bad-economy blues these days — but the mood among peddlers of the printed word is especially bleak.
By ADAM REILLY  |  December 12, 2008

Mobile-home game

Cross the Mayor of Lansdowne Street at your peril, Sox fans: you might be jinxing your team in the process
The intersection of Brookline Avenue and Lansdowne Street, in the hours before, during, and after a Red Sox game, is not unlike a trading floor on pre-crash Wall Street: it’s chaotic, teeming with people, and everyone’s trying to make a buck.  
By CAITLIN E. CURRAN  |  October 01, 2008

The ultimate Schill?

Number 38's political timeline
For a brief moment in late 2004, some people feared that Curt Schilling might pull through for President George W. Bush the way he did for the Sox.
By CHRIS FARAONE  |  September 17, 2008

Bad sports

While old and new media are mending many fences, they’re still squaring off in jockland
When historians trace the rise of the blog as the dominant journalistic form of the 21st century, they’ll pay close attention to two recent developments.
By ADAM REILLY  |  June 18, 2008

Ode to the Lonely Alumnus

Balls and pucks
Last Saturday my alma mater dropped a squeaker for the ages.
By RICK WORMWOOD  |  February 27, 2008

Critical depth

Videogames: 2007 in review
We may look back upon 2007 as the year games started to grow up.
By MITCH KRPATA  |  December 17, 2007

Menino’s hit list

40 potential candidates for the 2009 election who could take on the mayor — if they have the courage.
At a recent political event, Boston mayor Thomas M. Menino asked Robert Crane, the former long-time state treasurer, how many years he had held that office.
By DAVID S. BERNSTEIN  |  November 28, 2007

The Most Hated Man in Boston

What is it about The Globe ’s Dan Shaughnessy that makes ordinary, peaceable people want to kick his ass?
To understand the tortured tango that binds Dan Shaughnessy and his detractors, consider his item about Red Sox ace Curt Schilling’s blog, 38 Pitches.
By ADAM REILLY  |  July 10, 2007

Got game?

A guide to the city's best sports bars
A guide to the city's best sports bars
By HEATHER BOUZAN  |  May 21, 2007

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