May 30, 2005
July 02, 2001 | Richard Deitsch
Twenty-five years ago, they were the Little Boys (and a Girl) of Summer, a priceless collection of prepubescent misfits coached by a beer-swilling former ballplayer. Despite their chronic losing on the field, the...
October 16, 1991
In the fall of 1942 a young Army corporal stationed at Camp Callan, near San Diego, slipped onto the training grounds during drills and began shooting his fellow soldiers—with a Rolleiflex 120-millimeter camera.
September 01, 1983 | Robert L. Miller
"I learned pretty quick that I couldn't eat and paint at the same time," says Tom Vanderschmidt of his days as an aspiring abstract expressionist in 1950s New York City. "Between classes at Cooper Union, I used to...
May 31, 1976 | Edited by Gay Flood
DR. JSir:Pat Putnam and John Papanek did an excellent job in their articles on the ABA championship and the game's most exciting—and greatest—player: Julius Erving (The Doctor Opens Up His Medicine Bag, May 17). New...