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A LEGEND COMES TO LIFE: Mark Catesby
More than 200 years ago an unknown artist tramped the American wilderness painting birds, animals, fish, shrubs, flowers, and creating one of the rarest of rare books. This, the first extended account of his life, and illustrated with Catesby's own paintings, is the result of four years' work in English and American archives. It reveals a naturalist of epochal importance who has long been only a legend
THE PRINCE OF TROTTERS
Mills's renown in Europe, all of whose classic races he has won at one time or .... Edward Gaskell, southern European manager for the United States Lines and ...
Putting Peyton in His Place
That’s what Florida coach Steve Spurrier has been doing to Tennessee’s Peyton Manning with his one-liners and what the Gators may well do to him on Saturday
SHEEPMEN ARE GOING TO THE DOGS IN AN EFFORT TO FIGHT OFF PREDATORS
The dogs are descendants of livestock-guarding dogs that shepherds in southern Europe and the Near East have used for centuries. Their job is quite different ...
The Writing is on the Wall
The rash of phony transcripts and academic cheating spells out the fact that athletics are now an abomination to the ideals of higher education. Victims: the student-athletes. Culprits: the system and those who run it
School for problem pups
Don't give up on a wayward gundog. See Jack MacKintosh, who curbs the recalcitrant, soothes the frightened and teaches one and all
Peyton Manning: 2013 Sportsman of the Year
Two years after his career appeared in jeopardy, the Broncos' quarterback is burnishing his legacy with a record-breaking season, further inspiring a legion of Peytons to strive for excellence in his (and their) name
A Hard and Supple Man
Like the steel blades of his hometown, Sheffield, record miler Sebastian Coe is a remarkable amalgam of grace and grit
That Muskie Madness
The beastly muskellunge is preeminently ugly, preternaturally ferocious and preposterously hard to catch, as the author and his family found out in 38 summers at Wisconsin's Upper Clam Lake
Are You Ready for a Howling, Pagan, YouTube Oktoberfiesta?
Wrigley Field has always been the best bash in sports, and now—after this Summer of Love—certitude and dominance, ass-to-ass on the same plank in the bleachers, have replaced doubt and doom