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Category Archives: Sunday Discussion
Editor’s Note: It is my absolute pleasure to present an interview with Dossie Bee Greenberg, my mother. She and her four sisters grew up on the West side of Chicago in the 1950s and 1960s. Her life journey has taken … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: The Diss is proud to present a special Sunday discussion (on a Tuesday, we know. It’s not important). In this edition, The Diss interviews Ali Khaki. Ali grew up in the Seattle area as a Sonics fan, but … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: In this edition of the Sunday Discussion, we probe the mind of famous non-economist Adam Smith. Though Adam, as a native Wisconsinite, is more of a fan of professional football than basketball, his academic research and professional work … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: When the SuperSonics left Seattle in 2008, most fans crawled into their holes, and began a long hibernation, awaiting the return of professional basketball to the city. However, Jason Angeles bravely waited out the winter, and now is … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: I am extremely pleased to present an interview with my dear friend and (former) colleague Symbol Lai on The Diss. I met Symbol in 2008, shortly after both of us had moved to Seattle to begin working on our doctorates … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: Lately The Diss has been pondering the simultaneous demise of professional basketball in the Pacific Northwest and rise of soccer. We invited two friends of the blog and PNW natives, Michael Barrett and Justin van Dyk, to discuss … Continue reading