Bryan Curtis

Bryan Curtis is a staff writer for Grantland. Follow him on Twitter.

Sports Nut
March 20 2007 3:19 PMWhy March Madness Makes Me Feel Like a Lab Rat
Sports Nut
March 14 2007 1:30 PMTeams We HateDuke, Eastern Kentucky, and 11 other odious schools in this year's NCAA Tournament.
The Middlebrow
Jan. 28 2007 9:09 PMMy Dinner With ZagatA night on the town with guidebook royalty.
The Middlebrow
Nov. 26 2006 9:13 PMChristopher GuestA mighty whimper.
Letter From london
Nov. 9 2006 6:50 PMFear of HoodiesLondon's new angry young men.
Letter From london
Oct. 19 2006 5:09 PMThe Scottish InvasionWho rules London?
Recycled
Oct. 4 2006 7:29 AMCirque du SoleilCanada's insane clown posse.
Letter From New York
Sept. 24 2006 11:45 PMSay Good Night, DummyA ventriloquist puts his puppets to bed.
Books
Sept. 13 2006 5:59 PMBlood and VineShould you read Scott Smith's The Ruins?
The Middlebrow
Aug. 25 2006 6:21 PMPirates' GoldOur strange fascination with box-office numbers.
Summer Movies
June 28 2006 5:58 PMIt's a Wonderful ListInspiring movies and what to do about them.
The Middlebrow
June 9 2006 5:31 PMAmong the BrainiacsThe intellectual classes descend on soccer.
Books
April 7 2006 1:52 PMThe Truth About MarleyShould you read the Times best-selling dog book?
Dialogues
March 6 2006 11:27 AMCrash and Burn
The Middlebrow
Feb. 23 2006 12:49 PMVH1The surreal network.
Sports Nut
March 19 2007 3:05 PMThe Sadness of the Longhorns Fan
Recycled
Feb. 14 2007 1:22 PMThe Sports Illustrated Swimsuit IssueAn intellectual history.
Sports Nut
Dec. 1 2006 4:33 PMThe Autograph ManA baseball player answers his fan mail 15 years later.
The Middlebrow
Nov. 16 2006 6:49 PMFor Your Eyes OnlyThe secret life of James Bond.
Letter From london
Oct. 25 2006 5:06 PMPaper TigerStrange days at the Daily Telegraph.
The Middlebrow
Oct. 6 2006 6:46 PMDane CookInsert punchline.
The Middlebrow
Sept. 28 2006 6:29 PMHeaven Is His PlaygroundThe passions of Mitch Albom.
Slate Fare
Sept. 13 2006 6:04 PMBreaking Down The WireIntroducing a new Slate TV Club.
Letter From New York
Aug. 31 2006 7:20 PMThe Birth of BrunchWhy and how we eat at midday.
Letter From New York
July 18 2006 6:12 PMFrench BreakfastA Parisian cabaret singer in New York. 
Slate's 10th Anniversary
June 21 2006 6:08 PMSlate's Gawky AdolescenceAn anniversary assessment.
Pulp Fiction
May 23 2006 7:47 PMRequiem for Pulp FictionThe bygone days of seedy literature.
The Middlebrow
March 9 2006 12:53 PMHelicopter ToursHansom cabs of the Space Age.
Dialogues
March 3 2006 11:25 AMOscar Pre-Game
The Middlebrow
Feb. 16 2006 5:50 PMPeter BenchleyThe man who loved sharks.

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