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The Art of Baseball: the Nationals’ Stadium

Presidental Mascot Abe Lincoln with an Eagle Mascot Given that I previously wrote about how baseball is the perfect summarization of summer and that I’ve had more than one conversation with friends (mostly male) over what makes a true baseball fan,  it won’t surprise you that one of my objectives during my past trip to D.C. […]


 I have always liked baseball, whether it was watching my brother’s Little League games or playing in the backyard with makeshift bases and bats. But despite my nostalgia for it, I hadn’t been to a game in years. I used to ardently follow the Dodger stats in the newspaper, but since year after year […]

Los Angeles v. San Francisco: We’re Not Talking Baseball

Although every San Franciscan likes to claim that their city was the first to be into good food and to have world class restaurants what they lack is the diversity and volume of Los Angeles. (At some other point, I will try to argue that with the number of immigrants from France and Italy to […]