Big Stories·Posted on Oct 30, 201516 Stories To Remember Grantland ByHere's a few of our favorite features from the site's great four-year run.by Anita BadejoBuzzFeed News ReporterFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. The Valley Plays Itself — Molly Lambert Roderick Mills Los Angeles, according to Paul Thomas Anderson. 2. At Least One Real, Authentic Moment of Humanity With Cameron Diaz — Alex Pappademas Mario Zucca An awkward conversation with the most recognizable rom-com star. 3. What Happened at Brian Holloway’s House? — Jay Caspian Kang Aaron Dana How an NFL player's empty home became host to a massive teenage party — and the viral social media storm that followed. 4. Barack and Me — Rembert Browne Valerie Jarrett On Air Force One, an intimate conversation with the president during a trip to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the marches in Selma. 5. Lost to the Ages — Emily Yoshida Ubisoft Exploring the legacy of Myst, two decades after it was supposed to radically change the direction of gaming. 6. The Third Revelation of Father John Misty — Sean Fennessey Elias Stein A profile of the ever-evolving folk singer-songrwiter Josh Tillman. 7. Out in the Great Alone — Brian Phillips Jeff Schultz/AlaskaStock A birds eye view — literally — of Alaska's grueling Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. 8. Wedded Blitz: A Hall of Fame Entry! — Katie Baker Tracy A. Woodward / Getty Images A deep dive into the June New York Times wedding announcements. 9. Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Couldn’t Lose — Robert Mays NBC Universal An oral history of Friday Night Lights. 10. Who Is the Greatest Fictional Basketball Player of All Time? — Jason Concepcion and Shea Serrano Elias Stein A look back at the greatest players and moments in basketball movie history. 11. The Malice at the Palace — Jonathan Abrams Allen Einstein / NBAE / Getty Images An oral history of the infamous 2004 brawl between the Indiana Pacers and the Detroit Pistons. 12. Wu-Tang, Atomically — Amos Barshad Michael Weinstein How members of the iconic 90s hip-hop group, despite leading disparate lives, attempted to reunite for one last album. 13. From Here to Paternity — Bryan Curtis Illustration by Timothy Mcauliffe Peek into what goes on behind the brawls and babies of Maury. 14. Let Me Live That Fantasy — Justin Heckert Grantland A profile of Puddles, the saddest clown in internet history. 15. Let’s Be Real — Wesley Morris Grantland A grim review of Let's Be Cops , amid the violence of the Michael Brown shooting. 16. Notes on the Death of the American Network Sitcom - Andy Greenwald Linsey Fields How a staple of American broadcast television — the half-hour comedy — met its end.