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  • Gold Cup makes for a crowded homecoming for Galaxy's Gonzalez

    Gold Cup makes for a crowded homecoming for Galaxy's Gonzalez
    ARLINGTON, Texas — Galaxy defender Omar Gonzalez was born in Dallas but he never set foot in Cowboys Stadium, the palatial $1.3-billion home of the Dallas Cowboys, until Tuesday when he arrived with the rest of the U.S. national soccer team to check...
  • M&T Bank Stadium named a host venue for this summer's Gold Cup

    Baltimore might have missed out on hosting World Cup matches when the U.S. lost its bid for the quadrennial event in 2022, but M&T Stadium will be part of another prestigious international soccer tournament when the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup comes to the...
  • Cowboys Home Opener a Win, but Not a Sell-out

    Cowboys Home Opener a Win, but Not a Sell-out
    Thousands packed in to Cowboys Stadium Sunday afternoon for the season's home opener. They were greeted with a little more elbow room than you might expect. Sunday morning Stubhub was still offering 1500 tickets. They were selling as low as $15. Coming...
  • Pigskin Progressives Took Colleges Far Afield

    With two extravagant entertainments under way, it is instructive to note the connection between the presidential election and the college football season: Barack Obama represents progressivism, a doctrine whose many blemishes on American life include...
  • Follow in the footsteps of J.R. Ewing in Dallas

    Follow in the footsteps of J.R. Ewing in Dallas
    DALLAS — On June 13, Larry Hagman's formidable eyebrows will welcome you back to a new "Dallas" TV series on TNT, and the city to our north is once again ready to bask in the spotlight of oil-rich backbiters. Let's clarify one thing right from...
  • Burton S. Sperber dies at 82; landscape company founder

    Burton S. Sperber dies at 82; landscape company founder
    He was the founder and chairman of the board of Calabasas-based ValleyCrest Landscape Cos., the nation's largest landscape services company, whose projects have included the gardens at the Getty Center and the rooftop community garden at Walt Disney...
  • Sports fans: Time to plan 2011 trips

    Sports fans: Time to plan 2011 trips
    At first blush, 2011 doesn't seem like much of a sports year, at least compared with 2010, which saw the Winter Olympics and the World Cup. But there are plenty of events to keep the traveling sports fan interested in the coming year — some near,...
  • Six Flags, 50 years later

    Six Flags, 50 years later
    Somewhere between Skull Island and the Crazy Horse Saloon, I lost her. There I was in the blistering sun of a Texas summer, a 7-year-old in rumpled shorts and a pixie haircut, suddenly missing a sister 12 years my senior. I remember feeling afraid, but I...
  • No walk in the park

    No walk in the park
    In 2008, when Malcolm Gladwell wrote a New Yorker essay called “Late Bloomers,” author Ben Fountain served as exhibit A. The story outlined how Fountain had given up a solid legal career to pursue writing. After 18 years — during which...
  • A victory tour

    A victory tour
    Join us in reading Ben Fountain's latest novel, "Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk," the August Printers Row Book of the Month selection. After an embedded Fox News television crew captures a few moments of warfare waged between Iraqi insurgents and the...
  • The absurdity of war and fame

    The absurdity of war and fame
    Chat with Ben Fountain Ben Fountain will join our Book of the Month discussion via Skype at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 16. To attend the event, which will be in Tribune Tower, email printersrow@tribune.com by Aug. 10. Space is limited and will be reserved on a...