Before there was hip-hop: from the publisher that brought you the biggest book on Ali, here comes the smallest This book contains over 300 rap rhythms, witticisms, insults, wisecracks, politically incorrect quips, courageous stands and words of inspiration from the mind, heart and soul of the brash young Cassius Clay, as he steadily grew into the magnificent man who is...
An illustrated tour of America's golf courses from Pebble Beach to Princeville Resort provides a ratings system based on challenge and beauty of the course, as well as lodging, cuisine, and amenities offered by the resort.
The raw, physical beauty of street ball is the subject of Huet's photographic tribute to what many believe is the way basketball was meant to be played. Devoid of the glitz and glamour that epitomize the NBA, The Soul of the Game mythologizes urban playground legends like Jackie Jackson and Earl "the Goat" Manigault, whom Kareem Abdul Jabbar called the greatest player never to play in the NBA.
Bound in soft and supple leather, Michael Benson has collected some of the most famous – and not so famous – quotations from the world of sport. Organized alphabetically by theme, this little coffee table book makes a great conversation piece and great gift for those that enjoy the sporting life. It includes a foil embossed monogram on the front.
Tapping into the archives of America's most important surf photographer of the '60s and '70s
At a time when surfing is more popular than ever, it's fitting to look back at the years that brought the sport into the mainstream. Developed by Hawaiian islanders over five centuries ago, surfing began to peak on the mainland in the 1950s, becoming not just a sport, but a way of life.