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2006 Once there was sports and there was entertainment, and, aside from The White Shadow or the occasional chat between Muhammad Ali and Johnny Carson, the twain rarely met. Things are different now. Sports...
November 06, 2006 | Adam Duerson
WHAT WAS it that Muhammad Ali once boasted? That he could float like a butterfly and sing like a bee? Not exactly, but in a new book former Esquire art director George Lois argues that the Greatest was the first...
July 03, 2006 | Franz Lidz
MAKING THE COVER OF SI ISN'T ALWAYS CAUSE FOR CELEBRATION. JUST ASK THE "OTHER GUYS," WHOSE LESS THAN PERFECT PERFORMANCES HELPED THE STARS SHINE
January 16, 2006 | Edited by Mark Bechtel and Stephen Cannella
ICHIRO RECENTLY portrayed himself on the popular Japanese detective show Furuhata Ninzaburo--as a cold-blooded murderer (right). Yikes. Doesn't he know that athletes have traditionally played jollier, more wholesome...
December 12, 2005 | John Capouya
Whether they know it or not, today's TD celebrators owe a debt to a '50s wrestler who virtually invented the idea of athletic vanity