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Why We Swim

by Matt Sutherland

Ten people drown every day in the US, one hundred around the world. Humans, the evidence shows, are not natural born swimmers. But swim we do. It’s the second most popular form of exercise in this country, behind walking. "Why We Swim"... Read More

Book Review

Faster

by Eric Patterson

In his new book "Faster", Neal Bascomb retraces the story of an underdog racing team. Made up of a driver banned from all the top European teams because of his Jewish heritage; an ambitious American heiress who wanted to make her mark in... Read More

Book Review

Driftless Quintet

by Edith Wairimu

In Joe Sacksteder’s "Driftless Quintet", a high school hockey star settles in a mysterious new town for his senior year. Hoping to further his career as a hockey goalie, Colton transfers north to a school in Driftless, Wisconsin.... Read More

Book Review

The Strenuous Life

by Ho Lin

Imagine a US president abandoning decorum during an Army-Navy football game, fleeing his security detail, and charging down to the sidelines to fire up both teams. Or using a thunderstorm as an excuse for an impromptu jog through the... Read More

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