Football—particularly college football—comes with a metric ton of baggage. What's happening to these poor players' brains? Why aren't they paid? Are their First Amendment rights being violated, to boot? And why the hell are nonconference SEC schedules soinsubstantial?
But. Forget all that negative stuff for three minutes and watch the warm, beautifully shot, faith-in-humanity-restoring, holy-shit-we're-gonna-win-a-championship-aren't-we 2014 Georgia football hype video below.
If you missed Saturday night’s matchup between our Classic City Rollergirls and the visiting Greenville Derby Dames, you’ll have to wait until next year to catch women’s flat track roller derby at the Classic Center. The 2014 season came to an end in front of a nearly sold-out crowd that witnessed some pretty memorable jamming, and an impressive yoga demo at halftime.
Photo Credit: Matt Hardy
I didn't expect much from a play about a mathematition losing his mind while his family tries to cope, but I didn't count on what a good playwright, interpreted by fine acting, can do to elucidate the human condition and hold your attention all the way through. Proof, as directed by Beth Kozinsky, moves nimbly from scene to scene on a finely designed and eminently workable set, with just the right amount of music to carry us through.
The World Cup's over, and the Barves—let's face it—are pretty mediocre. But never fear, sports fans! Football season is right around the corner.
The Bulldogs started fall practice today, but before they did, they opened the Buttsmear doors to the media, even us unsavory alt-weekly types. Here are a few highlights from the press conference.
A University of Georgia graduate has launched a new website to help bicycle riders—especially tourists—navigate cities.
Bikabout.com, founded by Megan Ramey, already has maps of bike routes in Boston, where she lives. Friday, the site will add nine other cities: Athens, Madison, WI, Minneapolis, Portland, OR, Seattle, Vancouver, Chicago, Fort Collins, CO and New York City. She is touring those cities over the next six weeks by bus, train, plane and, of course, bike.
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