Also in The Washington Post:
“He was better at track and field, triple jump and long jump. He was definitely better in football and basketball. And he even played tennis. He was just a phenomenal athlete altogether. Baseball just happened to be the thing he was able to actualize his skill in.”
— Chadwick Boseman on Jackie Robinson, whom he plays in the new movie “42,” in an interview with Mark Jenkins. It’s the first big starring role for the Howard University grad. Critic Ann Hornaday calls him “quietly compelling” and says the actor “infuses Robinson’s taciturn self-containment with watchful charisma and skillfully re-creates his signature skittering, crablike dance off the bases.”
“C’est pas un cadeau.”
— John Kerry accepting a case of Molson Canadian beer from his Canadian counterpart. Huh? In the Loop explains it all.
Also: Dozens of pro athletes scammed by a D.C. online investment firm, feds say. Names? They’re not telling.
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