Radio Appearance

Doc appears on live on radio ESPN 1340 AM Northcoast Tonight with Tag Wotherspoon and JB Mathers,  Monday, September 15, 2014 at 4:30 PM at 6 Rivers Brewery in McKinleyville


Doc talks about  the political-economy of sports in the wake of the current NFL controversies of Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson, reads an excerpt from his upcoming Friday spoken-word/jazz show and discusses his new project about the magical and bittersweet baseball fiction of Nicaraguan author Sergio Ramirez who evokes the image of great Yankee Hall of Fame manager Casey Stengel coming in a dream to a young boy to discuss the meaning of  the only perfect game in World Series history.

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Spoken Word Performance

“Only a Fool is Not Afraid of a Crazy Man”

 Doc Stull’s jazz/poetry  performance with Tim Randles Jazz Trio  at The Westhaven Center for the Arts, Friday, Sept. 19, 2014 at 7:00 PM.  Sliding scale, $10.00 – $5.00, Students $5.00.


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Radio Appearance

The Poetry of Robinson Jeffers – on Classics Now,  Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014 at 1:15  PM on KHSU 90.5 FM, Arcata


Join Doc and Mary for their monthly classics literature show on the Humboldt Homepage.  Doc and Mary will discuss the powerful poetry of American poet/novelist writer Robinson Jeffers.   Known to much of America in the 1920’s and 1930’s, Jeffers was an  American treasure and even presaged the Deep Ecology movement with his love of nature and critique of man’s callous ignorance of the natural world.   To listen, click on the link below:

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Doc Stull’s Sports Today and in the Day

“Roberto Duran:  The Saga of the Hands of Stone” on ESPN Sports Radio 1340 AM, 7:55 AM, Sept. 15, 2014


One of the greatest fighters in history – pound for pound, Panamanian Roberto Duran rivaled Sugar Ray Robinson as one of the finest puncher-boxer combinations in the sport of boxing. Fighting in five decades, Duran’s smoldering intensity was legendary – but his famous “no mas” championship fight with Sugar Ray Leonard in 1980 also indelibly stamped his legacy.

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Radio Appearance

Humboldt Homepage – Friday, Sept 5,  2014 at 1:00  PM on KHSU 90.5 FM, Arcata, CA


Join Doc and host Danielle Orr for for their monthly feature on Latin and Central American athletes, popular culture and politics.  This new feature is an outgrowth of Doc’s 12-part series on Latino athletes for the El Sol Bilingue Newspaper.


Argentinian Luis “Wild Bull of the Pampas” Firpo was the first Hispanic to fight for the heavyweight championship on September 14, 1923 at the Polo Grounds in New York City.  Firpo had a knack for self-promotion.   He marketed his fights in the United States via the fledgling medium of film and became a celebrity in his home country of Argentina as his countrymen flocked to see movies of his stateside bouts.   He then became the centerpiece of America’s most famous sports painting (Dempsey and Firpo, 1924) by American painter George Bellows.  The fight, one of the greatest  of the 20th century was also one of the first championship matches to be broadcast live on another burgeoning medium – radio.  Firpo lost the championship fight but ultimately returned to Argentina and became a millionaire, his legacy in American and Argentinian popular culture forever immortalized.

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