Italian Baseball Team's Major League Parody Gets Real Racist Real Fast

This starts out as a pretty great shot-for-shot remake of the American Express commercial from Major League. It's funny for a while—the costumes are right, and those Italian dudes are doing a good job at delivering their lines—but then you remember that the original scene ends with Willie Mays Hayes sliding into home… »3/18/14 10:23am3/18/14 10:23am

Adorable Old Lady Wants To Talk To Kyle Flood And Eric LeGrand About Everything Except Rutgers Football

As you might expect, the Kyle Flood radio program fielded all kinds of questions and comments from listeners who gathered at the Rutgers football stadium for last night's weekly broadcast. But none of those who came forward was better than little old Ann Gentile, who wanted to talk to coach Flood and Eric LeGrand… »9/06/12 5:10pm9/06/12 5:10pm

Wearing A Fish Bib And Singing An Italian Song Did Not Give Tommy Lasorda Or Lou Piniella A Heart Attack, TMZ Says

This was the scene Sunday evening at Bamonte's, an Italian restaurant in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn that's been open since 1900. Bamonte's is a wonderfully old-school red-sauce joint—try the stuffed peppers appetizer and the eggplant rollatini—and it's not uncommon there for a couple of old-timers whose… »6/08/12 6:00pm6/08/12 6:00pm

Chow Fun: Jeremy Lin Has A Pleasant Lunch With "Chink In The Armor" Headline Writer

Anthony Federico, the former ESPNer who wrote the "Chink In The Armor" headline for which he has been apologizing to anyone who'll stand still long enough, tells Newsday: "We talked more about matters of faith [and] reconciliation. We talked about our shared Christian values and what we're both trying do with this… »3/28/12 3:30pm3/28/12 3:30pm