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Announcing: It's Just a Game

About the book: Similar to how H.G. Bissinger’s Friday Night Lights uses high school football in Texas as a lens to look at society, Brian Carriveau’s It’s Just a Game observes adult amateur baseball in Wisconsin as a means to examine small-town America. The non-fiction book,...

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2015 Super Bowl Clearinghouse

Super Bowl halftime performer Katy Perry by Brian Carriveau.

Brian Carriveau was in Phoenix, Ariz. covering Super Bowl XLIX in January of 2015. The following are a collection of full-length features and shorter blog entries filed on-site: Seahawks Still in Shock About Game-Winning Touchdown Over Packers Jeremy Lane Thinks Randall Cobb Is a Good Player, Unlike Rob Gronkowski Apparently Super Bowl Opponents Show High Regard for Pending Free Agent Bryan Bulaga Katy Perry on Super Bowl Halftime: “I Think Jaws Will Drop and Faces Will Melt” Green Bay: The …

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Istanbul Photo Journal, Day 10

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Our last full day in Istanbul included a visit to the Panorama 1453 Museum, dedicated entirely to the Conquest of Constantinople when the Ottomans overtook the Byzantine Empire. Engravings on the outside wall. Exhibits inside the museum explain the history before, during and after the conquest. An audio tour gave a curated overview of the museum, a necessity with all descriptions written in Turkish. The gem of the museum is a 360-degree panorama depicting the Fall of Constantinople, some 2,350 …

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Istanbul Photo Journal, Day 9

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With a high of 81 degrees and mostly sunny skies, Monday was a perfect day for a cruise on the Bosphorus. From top to bottom, flags of Turkey, municipality and ferry company. The sights along the cruise were stunning. The front of the ferry in the foreground and the Bosphorus Bridge in the background, connecting Europe to Asia. The Ortaköy Mosque built in 1854 by Sultan Abdulaziz. More beautiful vistas of greater Istanbul. The Rumelihisarı fortress built in 1452 by …

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Istanbul Photo Journal, Day 8

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On the agenda for Sunday was a visit to the Hagia Sophia, which has served as a Greek Orthodox basilica, Roman Catholic cathedral, an imperial mosque and now, a museum over the centuries. The first two churches built on the grounds of the present day Hagia Sophia burned down in riots, but remnants of the second version survive, seen here with a relief featuring lambs, circa 415 A.D. This is the entrance to the current structure, built in 532 A.D., …

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Istanbul Photo Journal, Day 7

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It was a day of culinary adventure in Istanbul on Saturday, but on our way to breakfast, this caught our attention. Ordinary back guard posts line the street everywhere in the city, a barrier along the side walk from the traffic… …except a local street artist, decided to add a little paint job. If you haven’t noticed the similarity already, they’re painted to look like the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, four in a row with orange, red, purple and blue …

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Istanbul Photo Journal, Day 6

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On Friday we took a ferry to cross the Bosphorus and visited Kadıköy, a neighborhood on the Asian side of the city, the first time we’ve stepped foot into Asia. We passed the Maiden’s Tower. A vendor sells juice, tea and sandwiches on the ferry. Our day included a lot of walking and window shopping. We paid a visit to the fish market. Unlike in Wisconsin, a reference to sheep’s head isn’t a card game. More street scenes… The ride …

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