Streams

Harvey Araton

New York Times Sports Columnist

Harvey Araton appears in the following:

Novel Take on Newspapers

Tuesday, September 02, 2014

A New York Times sports columnist's first novel takes place in a topsy-turvy newspaper world of the 1990s.

Comments [1]

Harvey Araton on the Golden Age of the New York Knicks

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Harvey Araton talks about When the Garden Was Eden, the definitive account of how the New York Knickerbockers won their first and only championships, and in the process provided the nation escape from the Vietnam War, the tragedy at Kent State, and the last vestiges of Jim Crow. Araton not only traces the history of New York’s beloved franchise—from Ned Irish to Spike Lee to Carmelo Anthony—but profiles the lives and careers of one of sports’ all-time great teams, the Old Knicks.

Comments [6]

French Kiss: Tennis Champ Federer Gets His 14th Slam

Monday, June 08, 2009

Roger Federer made tennis history yesterday when he won the French Open. Federer tied retired American champion Pete Sampras' record of 14 major singles titles and became only the sixth man to win at least one title in all four Grand Slam tournaments. Andre Agassi, another member of that club, presented Federer with his French Open trophy. Is Federer the best player ever? Harvey Araton, The New York Times sports columnist, lays out the case.

Watch highlights from Federer's victory in the video below.

Comment