Plus, a Canadian mutiny, a new portrait of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, flawed do-it-yourself projects, life on the LPGA tour, and a food history of the worldBy Brian Bethune, DUANA TAHA, JAIME J. WEINMAN9 min
I was surprised to read such eloquent, witty and kick-ass articles on soccer by Stephen Marche (“The Messi-ah” and “Welcome to soccer town,” World Cup 2010 Special, June 14)—in a Canadian magazine, of all places. Brilliant work: please keep it up!
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