A retrospective on the Jailblazers era, and the Trail Blazers's relationship to Portland and their media during that time.
A review of CATS (2019), a product of technology in a medium that rewards the exaltation of the human body.
A story about the Phil Knight 80 invitational, a once in a lifetime gathering of college basketball teams wearing shoes with swooshes on them.
A piece from a protest regarding the Portland Trail Blazers' relationship with Leupold and Stevens, a local optics manufacturer that sold scopes to the IDF and the Ferguson Police force.
A brief memoir about spending ten days in silent, meditative contemplation, and how crazy it makes you.
An article about "The Joy of Christmas," a luxurious Christmas album shepherded by legendary conductor Leonard Bernstein.
A loving appreciation of NBA Legend Don Nelson's powerful mindset.
On the Eagle Creek fire, and how forests burn as a part of their life cycles.
A brief thinker on the NBA's relationship to players' health, written out of a bizarre detail in a Jack MacMullin piece about NBA players dealing with mental health issues.
Musings on Charlie Brown's awful baseball career, and how what drives one person to greatness might drive another to ruin.
A brief retrospective on Satchel Paige's World Series career, impressive and tragic in equal measure.
A brief thinker about tough guy internet doctors who rag on injured athletes, and how dumb they are.