Chris Dunn

Vote Yes on Initiative 77 and Give D.C. Workers a Raise

Vote Yes on Initiative 77 and Give D.C. Workers a Raise

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06/18/2018

When D.C. voters go to the ballot boxes on June 19, they will have the opportunity to give the city’s tipped workers a raise. If enacted, Initiative 77 would incrementally increase the District’s tipped minimum wage—currently $3.33 per hour—until it reaches $15 per hour in 2026, when it would equal the minimum wage in non-tipped…

A Glimpse of Greatness: Remembering Roy Halladay

A Glimpse of Greatness: Remembering Roy Halladay

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11/16/2017

Since the team’s founding in 1883, only two Phillies pitchers have thrown perfect games. In June of 1964, Jim Bunning did not let up a single baserunner against the Mets, and, in May of 2010, Roy Halladay sat down every member of the Marlins he saw. I must admit that I didn’t really watch either…

This Week in Sportswriting

This Week in Sportswriting

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10/27/2017

Giannis Antetokounmpo Might Never Need a Jump Shot GQ, Nathaniel Freedman The problem with witnessing history is that you’re always doing it, but also that you’re never quite sure when you are. After all, what’s happening at any given moment will soon be part of the past, either to be forgotten or to be studied,…

This Week in Sportswriting

This Week in Sportswriting

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10/13/2017

Welcome to The Week in Sportswriting, where Chris Dunn outlines the top sports stories of the past week. Stephen Strasburg Beat the Cubs and a Horde of Fake Baseball Tough Guys The Ringer, Michael Baumann When news broke that Game 4 of the NLDS between the Cubs and Nationals would be postponed by a day because…

This Week In Sportswriting

This Week In Sportswriting

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10/06/2017

Welcome to The Week in Sportswriting, where Chris Dunn outlines the top sports stories of the past week. Lynx Outlast Sparks to Win Fourth WNBA Championship ESPN, Mechelle Voepel With the Minnesota Lynx winning their record-tying fourth WNBA title on Wednesday night, Voepel traces the history of the team that won only one playoff game in…

Football Falls Flat at RFK Stadium

Football Falls Flat at RFK Stadium

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09/30/2017

In a heavily anticipated game for the Georgetown football team (1-3, Patriot League), the Hoyas were outclassed by their opponent on all fronts, falling to Harvard (2-1, 1-0 Ivy League), 41-2. Harvard amassed 457 total offensive yards to the Hoyas’ 201, and held Georgetown to no offensive points. Georgetown’s only points on the day came…

This Week In Sportswriting

This Week In Sportswriting

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09/29/2017

Welcome to The Week in Sportswriting, where Chris Dunn outlines the top sports stories of the past week. Kershaw and Turner, Dodgers &Big League, Robert O’Connell Robert O’Connell, a sports writer most known for his work at the Atlantic, created &Big League over the summer along with illustrator and designer Ann Ryan as “…an occasionally updated…

This Week in Sportswriting

This Week in Sportswriting

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09/22/2017

Welcome to The Week in Sportswriting, where Chris Dunn outlines the top sports stories of the past week. Colin Kaepernick Has a Job Bleacher Report, Rembert Browne Rembert Browne, the one time Grantlander who left New York Magazine and wrote a comic book, has returned with a bombshell piece for Bleacher Report on Colin Kaepernick,…

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