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Muhammad Ali

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  • South Florida man beats Down syndrome in the ring

    South Florida man beats Down syndrome in the ring
    Up until now, in my book, the best fighters in the world were Bruce Lee and Muhammad Ali. Add the name Garrett Holeve to the all-time list. You can say whenever the Cooper City mixed martial arts fighter hops into the ring, he is fighting off more...
  • Sandro Miller does all Malkovich, all the time

    Sandro Miller does all Malkovich, all the time
    The first thing to know about "Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters," the new exhibition opening at the Catherine Edelman Gallery in River North on Saturday, is that the artists mean it. They do, they really do. Chicago...
  • FSU RB Karlos Williams starts against Louisville

     FSU RB Karlos Williams starts against Louisville
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The Tallahassee Police Department released several emails Thursday in connection with its investigation into FSU running back Karlos Williams for an alleged domestic battery. In one of the emails sent Saturday, Carolyn Egan...
  • No. 2 Seminoles rally from 21 down to beat No. 25 Louisville

    No. 2 Seminoles rally from 21 down to beat No. 25 Louisville
    LOUISVILLE — FSU has absorbed one shot after another this season, on and off the field. With its back against the ropes again, the defending national champion withstood yet another haymaker. The No. 2 Seminoles extended their nation-leading...
  • Muhammad Ali vs. George Foreman: 40 years later, a rumble reverberates

    Zaire is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo, George Foreman is a religious minister with seven daughters, and five sons all named George, and Muhammad Ali is locked in a state of Parkinson's disease. But on Oct. 30, 1974, exactly 40 years ago,...
  • The Biblioracle: Is 'Kandy' still dandy?

    The Biblioracle: Is 'Kandy' still dandy?
    It's time for another installment of my ongoing series, "But Does It Hold Up?" in which I take a fresh look at a book I treasured at some earlier point in my life and see if it manages to bring the same pleasure. Sometime in my early teens, I was...
  • Train your eyes on three great photographers

    Train your eyes on three great photographers
    That I have spent more than four decades writing for newspapers has done nothing to enlighten me to the mystery of photography. Working with dozens of men and women with cameras who accompanied me on hundreds of stories, I have watched as they did their...
  • Animated and quirky 'Mike Tyson Mysteries' on Adult Swim

    Animated and quirky 'Mike Tyson Mysteries' on Adult Swim
    The transformation of Mike Tyson from chump to champ, con to ex-con (to con to ex-con), from drug addict to sober vegan and from boxing to Broadway, takes perhaps its strangest turn Monday with the premiere of "Mike Tyson Mysteries," on Adult Swim. It...
  • Howard Davis Jr. pursues excellence from boxing to MMA

    Howard Davis Jr. pursues excellence from boxing to MMA
    At the Olympics that launched Sugar Ray Leonard and the Spinks brothers, the award for the outstanding boxer of the Games went to Howard Davis, Jr. It almost didn't happen. Three days before his first fight in the 1976 Olympics at Montreal, Davis'...
  • A cross-continental black sisterhood rekindled

     
    The three of us -- the black American, the black Russian and me, a black Briton -- took a photo together. And then we went our separate ways. Maryum back to the United States, Yelena remaining in Russia and me to England. We never really thought we...
  • Young Hampton boxer Shakur Stevenson eyes Olympic boxing gold

    Young Hampton boxer Shakur Stevenson eyes Olympic boxing gold
    It’s easy to be caught off guard by Shakur Stevenson’s laid-back demeanor. As the senior from Bethel High gets comfortable on the family living-room couch, few people would recognize the young man as possibly America’s best hope for a...