READ NOW: Rapped in a Paradox: Why Clients Should Be Wary of Jay-Z’s Empire Building, by Selena Roberts. Was he simply a Trojan Horse in the Nets circle?
WATCH NOW: With Wimbledon in the air, Pro’s Prose wanted to capture the flavor of the season by bringing back one of its favorite authors. Can you guess what athlete authored this passage, read by our puppet?
WATCH: Tiger is Back: Or Is He? Taylor Armstrong’s animated short on the love-hate relationship golf announcers have with Tiger Woods.
WATCH: Leave it to the Brits to invent a game they can no longer play in its most robust form in all reasonable parts of the country. And for good reason! What’s wrong with Dwile Flonking? Better, yet, what is it? Please allow Stuart Ashen to provide the innoble history of a game that starts with a towel meant for cleaning floors and ends with, what else, beer in a chamber pot.
In late 2003, Armstrong and TSC instructed their Austin attorneys to negotiate a high dollar non-disclosure agreement with Armstrong’s then-wife, Kristin Armstrong, to prevent her from discussing her knowledge of, or participation in Armstrong’s cheating. On information and belief, the former Mrs. Armstrong was paid over $10 million not to disclose Armstrong’s cheating, and the non-disclosure agreement contains economic penalties for her if she breaches its terms.
For nearly three decades, Morganna Roberts, known as the “Kissing Bandit,” ran onto baseball fields & arena floors with her buxom features on display. She famously kissed stars such as Pete Rose, George Brett and Nolan Ryan, becoming MLB’s unofficial mascot. But despite her willingness to flaunt her 60-inched chest & embrace celebrity on late-night shows, little is known about Morganna and how she rose to fame. In a society where celebrities never vanish, why did Morganna disappear? Former 30-for-30’s Adam Kurland unveils the mystery in our short film.
Right now, the smarty-pants kids of America — yes, the one who will be your boss one day — are cramming for the National Spelling Bee this month brought to you by ESPN. It’s a nervous time for the auto-correct generation as they compete in a world of Tumblr and Flickr to try and get it right under the pressure of unforgiving judges in Taylor Armstrong’s latest animation feature.
Is Floyd Mayweather a brand or a boxer? “It’s come to represent prudence first, and thrilling prizefighting a far second.” Roopstigo’s Geoff Gray with, Cold Money: Can Mayweather Connect?
It’s playoff time in the NBA where the stage is grabbed by the best thespians in the game. Yes, the NBA has strengthened its new flop rule for the playoffs to prevent its stars from falling on cue. So what’s a flop artist to do? Turn to Sylvester Stallone and Stone Cold Steve Austin for tips on taking a dive. Watch as everyone from Manu Ginobili to LeBron James take notes at the NBA actors’ studio.