In September 2003, a cabal of businessmen moved Wimbledon FC from their London home to Milton Keynes, a so-called "new town" 50 miles away.
Ultimately this led to the formation of MK Dons and AFC Wimbledon, the two new clubs that now contest British football's newest rivalry. In 2012, the FA Cup draw pitted them against each other for the first time. We were there to soak up the acrimony.
Meeting Hardcore Drug Users at a Four-Star Hotel in Lithuania
I learned all sorts at the International Harm Reduction Conference.
Wild Things: The Wolfman
Eighty-year-old Werner Freund would rather be a wolf than a man.
I Smoked Hash and Watched Cute Animal Videos with Syrian Rebels
It turns out they're really into reggae and kittens.
Fringes: Stories from the Edge: Cult Kids: Westboro
The children of Westboro are brainwashed into picketing funerals and bashing homosexuals.
Fringes: Stories from the Edge: Cowboy Capitalists
For maverick entrepreneur Ian Cox, Africa is the last frontier of free enterprise.