Gay Man Celebrates Prop 8 Defeat By Getting Marriage Proposal Rejected on Jumbotron

Los Angeles resident Russell Tims, still euphoric from this month's overturning of California's controversial bill banning same-sex marriage, proposed to his partner on ... Continue Reading →

Rudy Gay Files Paperwork to Change Jersey Name

On the heels of the news that Lebron James would be switching numbers beginning next season, Memphis Grizzlies forward Rudy Gay has filed the requisite paperwork to change the name ... Continue Reading →

Know-It-All Roommate Suddenly an Expert on Figure Skating, Too

Dan Nielsen of Lansing, Michigan was looking forward to the Vancouver Games more than most. And not just because he's a big sports fan. No, Dan was even more excited for the two-week ... Continue Reading →

Welcome to Vancouver … from a REAL CANADIAN!!!

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This column was written by a REAL CANADIAN. Seriously! I think he lives in Toronto, but that's probably exactly the same as Vancouver, right?) Continue Reading →

Haiti to Donate $1 Million to the NHL

The beleaguered Haitian government announced plans today to redirect $1 million from its treasury to the National Hockey League, identifying the NHL's need after the league donated ... Continue Reading →

WWE to Investigate Long-Term Effects of Referee Concussions

WorldWrestlingEntertainment, Inc. (WWE) has announced it will commission its own study to investigate the lasting health consequences of the near-daily head injuries suffered by its ... Continue Reading →

Scalpers Latest to Allege They’ve Been F–ked by Tiger Woods

Just weeks after revelations about Tiger Woods’ numerous marital infidelities rocked the golfing world, a number of ticket scalpers to PGA Tour events have come forward with allegations ... Continue Reading →

Yankees Ink Ripken, Jr.’s Legacy for Retroactive $200 Million

The New York Yankees announced today that they have signed the legacy of Cal Ripken, Jr. to a contract that will see the Hall of Fame shortstop receive $10 million in back pay for each ... Continue Reading →