The Upper East Side seems to be the hottest place to be for NFL coaches these days. First Kansas City Chiefs head coach Romeo Crennel bought a place in Yorkville and now Bill Cowher is heading to the Royale condo tower in Lenox Hill. Stars of the football field take Manhattan?
Mr. Cowher, the former head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers and current studio analyst for NFL Today plunked down $2.65 million for the two-bedroom condo at 188 East 64th Street, according to city records. He purchased the pad under the William L. Cowher Revocable Trust from Whitebar Holdings Limited.
For everyone making Super Bowl predictions, I have a couple of questions: What exactly are your predictions based on? Is there any logic or analysis behind them? Or is it all just hunch?
I’m asking because I’ve been doing Super Bowl predictions for 20 years and have written three books on professional football and countless Read More
After 10 years of getting bruised and battered by the biggest linemen and linebackers in college and professional football, former West Virginia University and Pittsburgh Steelers standout Amos Zereoue is now trying to finesse his way to success in the smash-mouth New York City restaurant scene.
Which is tougher?
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Last week, the actor Joseph Gannascoli—who, as Vito on The Sopranos, is living out this television season’s only great tragic love story—was tooling around Lynbrook, Long Island, in a new silver Mercedes R350 with a back seat filled with flowering plants. He was wearing a Giants sweatshirt and sneakers, and was taking a reporter on Read More
Confessions of a Hero-Worshiper , by Stephen J. Dubner. William Morrow, 261 pages, $24.95.
Where were you on Dec. 23, 1972? Stephen Dubner and I were both watching the A.F.C. divisional playoffs on WRGB-NBC. He was in upstate New York, I was in western Massachusetts. His TV was small and black-and-white; mine was small and Read More