The battle for the future of boxing takes a pivotal and scandalous stop in Boston
The BASE location on the edge of Roxbury, a neighborhood that is approximately 60 percent black and 23 percent Latino, is helping to bridge the gap and bring baseball to communities that have been excluded from the sport. But that’s not all they do.
Photos by Lehigh Photo Service Playing hardball in Florida with Lil Papi and the other stars of Red Sox Nation’s one-of-a-kind women’s fantasy camp The sun is overhead, so bright it’s easy to lose a baseball popped high into the sky. It’s January, but Florida January, which means I’m comfortable in just a long-sleeved T-shirt. […]
Photo by Brynne Quinlan The legacy of Massachusetts curling clubs and the making of a Paralympian “I can make you a Paralympian in a year.” Those were some of the first words Tony Colacchio ever said to Steve Emt. Colacchio, a wheelchair curling instructor, had seen Emt effortlessly rolling himself up a hill in Woods Hole, […]
Boston native skates across country for trans rights and awareness On a Sunday earlier this month, Calleigh Little was making her way down Boylston Street toward the Marathon finish line, weaving her way through pedestrians and parked cars. To those who noticed her, she looked like any other skateboarder; apart from the huge pack on […]