Section 357 Super Bowl Summit – The Lost Tapes

Although we’re in Spring about to head into Summer, the NFL is never far from our minds. And to our delight, we recently uncovered some of our best football debates, recorded at this year’s Super Bowl. We thought this audio was lost, but alas, the Section 357 Super Bowl Summit conversations have been presented here…

While We’re Young, Hip-Hop Grew Up

A funny thing happened on the way to the movies–a famous hip-hop “beef” record started to show its age. A couple of weeks ago I caught a sneak preview of Noah Baumbach’s “While We’re Young”, a movie about facing middle age, remembering and reconciling the things you used to do and could have been with…

Ronda Rousey and Subtle Sexism

So I’ve been hearing some talk about how Ronda Rousey is a “one-trick pony”. And full admission, her string of submission wins by arm bar has reached the point of being cliché. But why should Rousey’s wins by a signature move be a slight on her?

Not Quite the Football Feast I Expected

When news broke over a year ago that English Football was coming to American airwaves on a weekly, more accessible basis courtesy of NBC Sports Network, I was definitely intrigued and excited at the possibility of all-day “football” on the weekends—world football in the early AM followed by NCAA action on Saturdays and NFL action…

Sporty Girls, Inc. Aims to Get Girls Going

Media Personality Rashan Ali, founder of Sporty Girls, Inc, talks about the organization’s mission of encouraging minority girls to participate and achieve success in non-traditional sports. Ali comments on challenging some of the biggest misconceptions around young girls and sports, as well as how her background as a swimmer served as a catalyst for the…