The dust has settled and the final grades are in
02 Arena to host the Turkish Airways Euroleague Final Four this weekend
Oodles of OLs, boatloads of Vikings, and Geno Smith in Green Room Limbo
Josh Modaberi catches up with one the draft’s top prospects, Menelik Watson
Draft-day hopeful Lawrence Okoye speaks with The American’s Josh Modaberi
Darren Kilfara reacts to Tiger’s Drop and Unruly Rules at the US Masters
As the NBA Playoffs get underway, Natimi Black-Heaven glances back
LA have Pujols and Hamilton, by what about the Rotation? wonders Jay B Webster
Josh Modaberi chats with the ex-TNA and ROH wrestler
Augusta National has Darren Kilfara contemplating the essential elements of great golf architecture
Baseball is back and on our TV screens! Jay B Webster weighs the chances for all 30 teams
Josh Modaberi chats with TNA Wrestling's X-Division Champ
As Tom Watson compiles his first Ryder Cup team in 20 years, Darren Kilfara ponders Golf’s shrinking Upper Class
Josh Modaberi chats to the President of TNA Wrestling
James Carroll Jordan indulges his NFL needs in the Wembley Stadium press section.
Darren Kilfara ponders the challenges of December Golf
College basketball is back! Natimi Black-Heaven breaks down our Preseason Top 25
Are the Heat hotter? Can the Knicks find a post-Linsanity spark? Natimi Black-Heaven previews the NBA
In the end, it was more 'fall' than a 'classic', writes Jay B Webster in the latest Diamond Musings.
The twists and turns that led to the unlikely World Series pairing of the Tigers and Giants.
Jay B Webster looks at the expanded MLB wild card race
Richard L Gale fears that the replacement referees situation could result in something very serious happening
The Kings, the hits, and Sid the Kid: Jeremy Lanaway takes a look back at the season.
Draftees, post-draftees, opinions, and curmudgeonly grades for the world's biggest off-season sports event
International players were out of fashion, and Wildcats went 1 and 2. Richard L Gale reviews the NBA Draft
The multi-national, multi-cultural little orchestra reviewed
On tour to May 8
Back performing in the UK for the first time in 22 years, Robert Sean Leonard prepares for To Kill A Mockingbird and chats with The American.
How one of the biggest selling pop singers of the 90s became a happier jazz artist with the perfect work-life balance.
The American-born legend of theatre lighting design talks to The American about Merrily We Roll Along, working on Broadway, and yachting.
Black Star Riders pick up Thin Lizzy’s baton, and their leader chats with The American.
New country music superstar Eric Church is in London preparing for his British debut concert (Wednesday, April 24, 2013). He took a few minutes to talk to The American.
After attending Baroness Thatcher's funeral, Sir Robert Worcester puts Baroness Thatcher's premiership into perspective
"I got to know Lady Thatcher very well when she became Chairman of the Institute of United States Studies at London University, where I was her Deputy. We also knew Lady Thatcher and Sir Dennis socially. I learned to love the old gal, she was dominant on any occasion, always forthright, and never at any loss for words..."
The American's highly regarded theater reviews are now online as soon as the shows have been written up by Jarlath O’Connell and our team of reviewers. Find out what’s hot and what’s not.
Sir Robert Worcester takes a last look at the Presidential Election: which pollsters had it right and who had it a little off?
Abstract artist and passionate environmentalist Susan Swartz, now in the UK, talks to The American about nature, faith, and acrylics.
Instead of criticizing those who have different beliefs than us like Richard Dawkins (pictured) and the 'New Atheists', suggests Alan Miller, wouldn't we do better to continue the Enlightenment and the Founding Fathers' ideal of tolerance?
Immerse yourself in British culture! Carol Madison Graham offers five suggestions ...if you want to be appreciated by the British
With Women's Equality Day on August 26, this is a good time to look at the importance of the female vote historically and for the big vote on November 6th.
Forget solving obesity, economic problems and crime: the Olympic Games – and its intellectual counterparts like The Institute of Ideas – should be about celebrating the best that humans can be, writes Alan Miller
The American's resident thesp James Caroll Jordan is in action at the Edinburgh Festival. He shares the inside story as he readies for The Intervention (now on at the Assembly Rooms).
The American doesn't usually run complete transcripts of politicians' speeches, but in a time when various hacks and pundits are talking up the death of the special relationship it's interesting to see what the people responsible for that relationship have to say on the matter
The online electronic version of the revised Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) is available now from the the Federal Voting Assistance Program. The FPCA registers and requests ballots for voters simultaneously. It is a standard form accepted by all 55 States and Territories for uniformed and civilian overseas voters. The length of time the FPCA is valid and its completion requirements vary by State so be sure to refer to the FVAP.gov web portal. Visit www.fvap.gov to use the online wizard or access the PDF fillable forms or call 703-588-1584 (toll free in USA 1-800-438-VOTE).
Alan Miller, who lives in New York and London, on the causes — or the lack of them — of the UK riots, August 2011
Olympic gold medal winner and WNBA star Dawn Staley in conversation with The American's Josh Modaberi
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A quarter of one estate agent's new applicants are Americans seeking to buy in prime central London. Is this a good time to buy?
Unscrupulous businesses and attorneys are trying to lure British citizens into participating in a visa program that's not available to them.
The American helps you organize your life in the UK. Includes an explanation of British Money, advice on Driving in the UK (don't forget it's on the 'wrong' side!), Essential Contacts for when things go wrong, and a whole lot more. We'll be adding to it as the days go by. If there's something you'd like to be there that isn't, just tell us.