Podcast
Redeye Collective | The 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup attracted millions of viewers worldwide. But now that it's over, women athletes will once again disappear from our screens.
Blog
Mel Watkins | Watching World Cup soccer on TV and reading about the First World War on the occasion of its centenary, keeps this ancient blogger on his learning curve.
Blog
Photo: flickr/Jason Hargrove
Lesley Wood | The Toronto Police Service has launched an "anti-violence" initiative in the downtown East End of Toronto in anticipation of World Pride. Let's see how anti-violent it will really be.
News
Dave Zirin | The pot has officially boiled over as hundreds of thousands of people marched in at least ten cities this week. The financial capital of Sao Paolo was brought to a standstill.
Columnists
Thomas Ponniah | In soccer, the contemporary player who most refuses to be regulated is Mario Balotelli. Nicknamed "Super Mario," Balotelli is one of the first black players to represent Italy.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | In this Boycott Israel summer match -- a showdown between artists like Elvis Costello and the Pixies who canceled their concerts vs. Metallica and Elton John who are going forward with theirs.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | What is striking, now that we get to see yon leaders in the flesh (on TV), is not the vast, largely arbitrary disruption they have caused here, but their obliviousness to it.
Blog
Mara Kardas-Nelson | Handfuls of troubles plague South Africa's World Cup. But at least it's a damn good party.
Blog
Pina Belperio | A commentary on the Nordic World Cup events held in the Callaghan Valley, Whistler this past weekend and how the World Cup compares to the security-laden Olympics.