Bijan C. Bayne
Bijan C. Bayne is a cultural critic, sports historian and a Public Policy Fellow at the Institute For Politics, Policy & History (IPPH). He has authored three acclaimed sports historical books: Martha’s Vineyard Basketball: How a Resort League Defied Notions of Race and Class, Sky Kings: Black Pioneers of Professional Basketball and Elgin Baylor: The Man Who Changed Basketball.
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Articles by Bijan C. Bayne
When most Americans think of Sevierville, Tennessee, the image that comes to mind is of its decidedly unmanly most famous native, Dolly Parton. And though the philanthropic Parton has done a ‘world of good for the region (which includes tourist havens Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge), there are also attractions for … Read moreUnited States Experiences
Smack in the middle of the booming, luminescent night life of St. Louis’ trendy Loop district is a place where you can knock down pins near where President Obama knocks down pies (pizza, that is).United States Experiences Sports
Every year Sarasota, Florida hosts its annual Forks and Corks Food And Wine Festival, featuring wines, vineyards, and wineries from France, New Zealand, Argentina, Italy, California and Washington state, and the city’s finest cuisine from Mexican fare to locally sourced farm delights.United States Agritourism Family Travel Events & Festivals