Monthly Archives: August 2013

Crime and Punishment. And Sochi

The cultural and historic roots of homophobia in Russia (with jokes) We’ve been mostly keeping our powder dry on the Putin pogrom and Sochi, leaving the heavy lifting to our contributors. Until now. Over the next month or two, we’ll … Continue reading

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An Angel Loses Its Wings

Pavel Datsyuk is one of the most beloved and respected players in the NHL. He’s exceptionally talented and a perennial all-star, as well as a valued leader on a storied franchise. Good luck finding anyone around the league who names … Continue reading

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Face Off

Editor’s Note: Jeff Adams, due out with his hockey romance book soon, isn’t the only author in the stable. Kyle tried his hand at publishing recently and is the author of a short story that’s available for download on Amazon. Face … Continue reading

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The Gay Games I’ve been a fan of Russian history and culture since my teenage years. (Full Disclosure: I used to believe that if Trotsky had become the leader, the Soviet Union might have prospered. Since learning that Stalin was … Continue reading

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Hockey Pages: See the Light by Cassandra Carr

The Winter Olympics are months away, but you can take a trip to the Olympics early with Cassandra Carr’s See the Light. In the story we meet Jason Monroe, a New Jersey Devils defensemen and part of Team USA, and … Continue reading

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