Kevin Arnovitz

Kevin Arnovitz is the author of Clipperblog and a contributor to NPR, Out, and the New Republic.

Sports Nut
Feb. 16 2007 1:13 PMThe Loneliness of the Gay Basketball PlayerJohn Amaechi's Man in the Middle, the memoir of an NBA misfit.
Fraywatch
March 1 2006 11:38 AMTouching Down at the LouA Frayster's first trip home since Katrina.
Fraywatch
Feb. 3 2006 2:34 PMChoice and Moral AgencyA prominent pro-choice Catholic responds to Pollitt and Saletan.
Fraywatch
Jan. 18 2006 3:17 PMLame CanadaWhy fraysters north of the border have no one to vote for.
Fraywatch
Jan. 4 2006 7:47 PMBOTFers Tie the KnotAnd fraysters besiege your McMansion.
Fraywatch
Dec. 15 2005 12:21 PMNeedles and ThreadsThe week's best in the Fray.
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Dec. 3 2005 8:04 PMNeedles and ThreadsThe week's best from the Fray.
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Nov. 19 2005 12:43 PMNeedles & ThreadsThe week's best from the Fray.
Fraywatch
Nov. 3 2005 1:00 PMNecessity, Motherhood, InventionThe Fray on Roiphe and Dowd.
Fraywatch
Oct. 20 2005 6:54 PMStemming the TideEmbryonic research in the fray.
Sports Nut
Oct. 11 2005 5:03 PMCity of AngelsHow a team from Anaheim stole the Dodgers' home turf.
Fraywatch
Sept. 29 2005 2:55 PMReign DeLayedThe Fray on America's exterminator.
Fraywatch
Sept. 15 2005 4:23 PMConfirmation ConsternationReaders judge the hearings (on matters that won't come before the Fray).
Fraywatch
Sept. 2 2005 4:20 PMNeedles & ThreadsThe week's best on the Fray.
Fraywatch
Aug. 19 2005 12:04 PMPale Hose in Different Area CodesThe Fray's White Sox fans and their pathos.
Sports Nut
May 15 2006 4:25 PMBirth of Clipper NationIntroducing Los Angeles' most popular basketball team.
Fraywatch
Feb. 7 2006 9:32 PMOlympiad SnowThe Fray goes Turin
Fraywatch
Jan. 23 2006 6:36 PMIn 500 Words or LessFraysters spell out their political doctrines.
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Jan. 15 2006 11:55 AMNeedles and ThreadsThe week's best in the Fray.
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Dec. 28 2005 2:09 PMBaghdad on the MississippiA frayster reports from New Orleans.
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Dec. 10 2005 2:58 PMNeedles and ThreadsThe week's best from the Fray.
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Nov. 21 2005 7:44 PMThe Monasticism of the Kass CrowdThe American Journal of Bioethics' editor responds to Saletan.
Fraywatch
Nov. 9 2005 11:46 AMBellwether ... or Partly Cloudy?The Fray examines the off-off-election tea leaves.
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Oct. 28 2005 2:43 PMScoot Over, HarrietThe Fray closes one door and opens another.
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Oct. 12 2005 3:09 PMGet Thee to a Church!Fraysters crack back on Slate's resident nontheist.
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Oct. 11 2005 3:19 PMHere Is the Church, and Here Is the SteepleFraysters peek inside America's megachurches.
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Sept. 23 2005 7:35 PMNeedles & ThreadsThe week's best in the Fray.
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Sept. 9 2005 8:39 PMNeedles & ThreadsThe week's best in the Fray.
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Aug. 27 2005 7:11 PMOverheard in Best of the FraySnippets and soundbytes from Slate's most quotable readers.
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Aug. 10 2005 8:16 PMBearing the CrossFraysters debate whether the religious right is getting the shaft.

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  News & Politics
The World
Oct. 1 2014 12:20 PM Don’t Expect Hong Kong’s Protests to Spread to the Mainland
  Business
Moneybox
Oct. 1 2014 2:16 PM Wall Street Tackles Chat Services, Shies Away From Diversity Issues 
  Life
The Eye
Oct. 1 2014 1:04 PM An Architectural Crusade Against the Tyranny of Straight Lines
  Double X
The XX Factor
Oct. 1 2014 2:08 PM We Need to Talk: Terrible Name, Good Show
  Slate Plus
Political Gabfest
Oct. 1 2014 1:53 PM Slate Superfest East How to get your tickets before anyone else.
  Arts
Brow Beat
Oct. 1 2014 3:02 PM The Best Show of the Summer Is Getting a Second Season
  Technology
Future Tense
Oct. 1 2014 3:01 PM Netizen Report: Hong Kong Protests Trigger Surveillance and Social Media Censorship
  Health & Science
Science
Oct. 1 2014 2:36 PM Climate Science Is Settled Enough The Wall Street Journal’s fresh face of climate inaction.
  Sports
Sports Nut
Sept. 30 2014 5:54 PM Goodbye, Tough Guy It’s time for Michigan to fire its toughness-obsessed coach, Brady Hoke.