Look at This Bear Walking Around New Jersey Like He's a Human

In the video above, a black bear wanders a quiet suburban New Jersey neighborhood on his two hind legs, pausing only to peek into a trash can just like a New Jersey person would. "No good trash in there!" the bear probably said to himself before walking off into the woods. Great job, bear. [UPDATE: We now have more… » 8/06/14 3:03pm 8/06/14 3:03pm

Taking The Train To The Super Bowl Is A Disaster

This is what happens when you don't let people drive to a football game. Thousands are trying to get to MetLife Stadium for the Super Bowl and since the NFL made less than half the total parking spaces available for the game, won't let you walk to the game and will turn around most cabs, the only practical options… » 2/02/14 4:28pm 2/02/14 4:28pm

A New York City Transit Map Custom-Made for the Super Bowl

With the Super Bowl now less than two months away—Groundhog Day!—the disparate mass transit organizations around New York City are gearing up for more than 400,000 new visitors. And what do out of towners always need in New York? They need maps. Beautiful, useful maps. » 12/10/13 3:50pm 12/10/13 3:50pm

13 N.J. T.G.I. Fridays, Among Others, Busted For Selling Phony Booze

Nothin' like a scotch-on-the-rocks to make up for a hard day at the office. On second thought, there isn't anything like it if you aren't drinking at a T.G.I. Fridays (or an establishment of similar repute) in New Jersey. If that is where you drink your scotch, there is indeed something like it, according to state… » 5/24/13 1:08pm 5/24/13 1:08pm

Five New Jersey Mayors Are Threatening To Withhold Police And Emergency…

Many a lame observation has been made about the likelihood that next year's Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium will be ruined by bad weather like the stuff we've got now. It's silly. Rare is the storm that dumps a foot of snow on the New York metropolitan area, and rarer still is the football fan that would be turned off… » 2/09/13 5:00pm 2/09/13 5:00pm

The Ravens Kicking Coach Is Already Mayor Of One New Jersey Town, Wants…

Randy Brown has been the mayor of Evesham Township in New Jersey since 2007, and the Baltimore Ravens kicking coach since 2008. Brown was once kicking coach of the Chicago Bears, a consultant with the Eagles, and has run a kicking camp. In his tenure with the Ravens, punter Sam Koch has set and beat single-season… » 2/02/13 12:15pm 2/02/13 12:15pm

2014 Super Bowl Host Committee Wonders Why Joe Flacco Dissed His Home…

Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: Playing at MetLife Stadium is "retarded?" Why doesn't Flacco have any Jersey pride? » 1/31/13 7:00pm 1/31/13 7:00pm

All Four Major Commissioners Whined In A Court Record About New…

The state of New Jersey plans to legalize sports wagering as early as January by defying the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992. Governor Chris Christie and other New Jersey lawmakers support this on the theory that it would cut into the profits of the many illegal and offshore sports betting… » 12/09/12 5:20pm 12/09/12 5:20pm

New Jersey State Senator Wants To Ban Replacement Referees

After witnessing the debacle that was last night's Packers-Seahawks game, New Jersey state senator Stephen Sweeney announced that he is planning to introduce legislation that will ban replacement officials from being used in professional sporting events, a move that is totally reasonable and definitely not an… » 9/25/12 11:50am 9/25/12 11:50am

New Era's "Chicago Vs. Chicago" Spot Is Actually Set At A Hoboken Bar

Official MLB cap provider New Era's launched a series of ads titled "Chicago Vs. Chicago" in which popular character actors Nick Offerman and Craig Robinson argue over the merits of the Cubs versus the White Sox. This debate takes place, as we're led to believe in an establishing shot, in a Chicago bar conveniently… » 4/25/12 11:00am 4/25/12 11:00am