Play It Again
The Super Bowl might touch down in New York twice in one decade–at least if Senator Chuck Schumer has his way.
Mr. Schumer held a Midtown press conference this morning to call on the National Football League to let the city host the big game again soon–ideally in 2019 or 2020.
Not so super
Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio put their pre-K feud on hold to kick off another battle earlier this evening
The two paid a visit to Times Square to inaugurate the city’s Super Bowl Boulevard, a closed-off, 13-block stretch of Broadway dedicated to big game activities like a giant toboggan slide.
Who wants to live near a four-day, enormous, floating frat party? Read More
On the morning of July 9, 2012, Ted Kim really screwed up. Read More
When it became clear that Bears third-string quarterback Caleb Hanie was going to be the team’s signal-caller for the remainder of the NFC Championship Game, I picked up my cell phone to text my friend John.
“Caleb hanie??” I wrote.
“Yeah,” John texted back, “u know yur [screwed] when yur football team depends on a guy named Read More
Super Bowl Winning Coach Losing Coach I Vince (Lombardi) Hank (Stram) II Vince (Lombardi) John (Rauch) III Weeb (Ewbank) Don (Shula) IV Hank (Stram) Bud (Grant) V Don (McCafferty) Tom (Landry) VI Tom (Landry) Don (Shula) VII Don (Shula) George Read More
This week’s issue of Rolling Stone has a piece detailing the making of Bruce Springsteen’s forthcoming album, Working on a Dream, due out Jan. 27 on Columbia Records. Today, the magazine’s Rock & Roll Daily blog wonders what Mr. Springsteen’s performance during this year’s Super Bowl halftime show on Read More
A reader safely tucked into her office at One Centre Street sent this picture from far above the festivities celebrating the Super Bowl victory of the New York Giants.
"This is madness," writes the reader. "I’m already panicked about how to get lunch."
It took me about 30 minutes to work my way through the Read More
Yesterday, Alpha Media Group–the name for the investors backed by Quadrangle Capital Partners who bought Maxim, Blender and Stuff from Dennis Publishing yesterday for more than $240 million–announced plans to fold Stuff, the shopping-centered T&A men's magazine, and resurrect it as a regular section in its lad mag, Maxim.
Maxim and Blender will be the Read More