Watch This Rockaway High School Football Coach Deliver The Pep Talk Of…

Hurricane Sandy devastated the Rockaway Peninsula, destroying homes and flooding the region. Residents found themselves scattered to wherever shelter might be found, and schools closed indefinitely. » 11/13/12 6:06pm 11/13/12 6:06pm

MLS Couldn't Dig Itself Out Of The Snow Or Its Own Ass [UPDATE]

The weather had already shafted DC United. The higher seed, they lost homefield advantage when MLS switched the legs of their home-and-home with the Red Bulls because the New York area was still cleaning up after Hurricane Sandy. It wasn't fair, and United fans were pissed, but it's hard to see that there was any… » 11/08/12 4:35pm 11/08/12 4:35pm

No, It Was Definitely A Good Idea To Cancel The New York City Marathon

Last night, ESPN The Magazine's Chris Jones wrote a column arguing that this past weekend's New York City Marathon should not have been canceled, despite the fallout from Hurricane Sandy. » 11/06/12 1:30pm 11/06/12 1:30pm

Hey Everyone, We're Back

Back in the game! We're still working the site back into shape after a week of Tumbling—I don't know if you heard, but our servers, whatever those are, got all waterlogged, what with the hurricane—but we're back now and we promise never to leave again. If you've had anything bottled up the past few days, clue us in… » 11/04/12 11:30pm 11/04/12 11:30pm

Andray Blatche Ran Out Of Gas On A New Jersey Highway After The Nets…

The Nets won their home-opener in Brooklyn last night amidst chants from a capacity crowd. The win itself was a little lackadaisical-remember how everyone wondered whether Deron Williams would go back to defending his position now that the Nets are good? Kyle Lowry had 28, 8 and 8-but it was a win, and Nets newcomer… » 11/04/12 9:15am 11/04/12 9:15am

Floyd Mayweather Bet $1.1 Million On A College Football Game

Speaking of Money Mayweather, Floyd bet $1.1 million (to make a million!) on Oregon in tonight's game against USC. (CORRECTION: See below.) Expect USC to trot out a previously unknown fifth-year senior named C. Jackson. h/t Justin » 11/03/12 5:23pm 11/03/12 5:23pm

These Assholes Are Flipping Off Cameras Because They're Mad That The…

This picture via @AshleyKMayo, from the NYC Marathon track, where some runners are apparently jogging the official marathon route despite the postponement of tomorrow's race. Mayo reports that other runners-following the marathon's route today despite the marathon having been postponed for the express reason that,… » 11/03/12 10:40am 11/03/12 10:40am

Yep, Some Movie Or TV Show Being Filmed With The Use Of Generators In A…

The photo above was sent to us by a Manhattan resident who's still without power. It was taken at approximately 5 p.m. yesterday. That's Xavier High School, which is located on 16th Street in Chelsea. Says our tipster, who lives across the street and shot this from the 15th Street side: » 11/02/12 12:32pm 11/02/12 12:32pm

Hurricane Sandy Threw Pieces Of Cleveland Municipal Stadium Out Of Lake…

When Cleveland Municipal stadium was demolished in 1996, the wreckage was deposited into Lake Erie and used to build three artificial reefs. According to Tremont Electric, The bits of debris in the photo above are pieces of the old stadium that were washed ashore by Hurricane Sandy. There's your centerpiece for the… » 11/02/12 12:14pm 11/02/12 12:14pm

Mayor Bloomberg Gets A New Sign Language Interpreter

Mayor Bloomberg has a new sign language interpreter today (you may remember his previous one). Here she is communicating what the mayor might look like if he attempted to run in the New York Marathon. » 10/31/12 3:35pm 10/31/12 3:35pm