Spend A Whole Mess Of Time With This Great Map Of NYC Basketball

In advance of All-Star Weekend, NBA.com has put together this interactive map of the history of New York basketball. » 2/09/15 12:05pm 2/09/15 12:05pm

What You Need to Know About Today's "Crippling" Blizzard: Monday Update

After a short night of restless sleep, it appears that forecasters are still predicting the end of the world in the Northeast this evening. If you haven't panicked yet, you have several hours to do so before it's too late. Hug your children. Hoard booze. This is not a drill. Here's what you need to know to make it… » 1/26/15 9:08am 1/26/15 9:08am

The Next High School Sub-4 Mile Probably Won't Happen On Saturday

On Saturday, Garrett O'Toole, a high school student from Massachusetts, will attempt a sub-four minute mile at the adidas Grand Prix in New York City. Could he or one of the 13 other boys in the field accomplish what only five other American preps have ever done? There's a chance—there's always a chance—but the odds… » 6/12/14 1:00pm 6/12/14 1:00pm

The Case For New York City As Greatest City In The World

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

American Secrets: New York City

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"American Secrets: New York City" is an audiovisual attempt at reckoning with Stop and Frisk, gentrification, and coming of age New York City by three young American artists (two emcees, one graphic designer) and their Mayor. The song and video embedded above deal with these hard questions; the lyrics are pasted below. » 10/12/13 12:30pm 10/12/13 12:30pm

Rogue Kickball League Succumbs To The Man, Agrees To Shorten Its Games

An adult kickball league said to be a worse menace than the gang violence and heroin epidemic that once plagued New York City's Lower East Side has finally, mercifully been brought to heel. » 6/09/13 4:15pm 6/09/13 4:15pm

Woman Seeking Ban Suggests Kickball League Is Worse Than Drugs, Gangs

A Lower East Side resident is trying to ban an adult kickball league, claiming it is "obnoxious" and on par with the heroin and gangs that characterized the Manhattan neighborhood decades ago. » 6/05/13 11:25am 6/05/13 11:25am

Beer Of The Week: Stella Artois, Belgium's Allegedly French Beer

Apparently Stella Artois used to be advertised in the U.K. under the slogan "reassuringly expensive." Without knowing the relative merits of price and quality across the pond, I can only rejoice that such a snotty tagline has gone the way of doctors prescribing cigarettes. There is nothing reassuring about steep price… » 11/17/12 9:55pm 11/17/12 9:55pm

The Yankees' Parking Company Is In Default Because, As It Turns Out,…

Yesterday we brought you a screenshot of the half-empty stands inside of Yankee Stadium a good half hour after the first pitch of Game 5 of the Yankee-Orioles series. New York's transportation system is uniquely—how should we put it—clusterfuck-y around rush hour, and eventually the stadium did fill up, once New… » 10/13/12 1:55pm 10/13/12 1:55pm

Bill Belichick No Longer Owns A Park Slope Brownstone; Bill Belichick…

Ah, Park Slope: where diligently hip mothers push extravagant strollers into studiously low-key coffee shops, where you're nobody if you don't get your kale at the most organic of the four farmer's markets on your block, where you retire at 45 after your loosely-defined art collective produces no art in twenty years,… » 9/29/12 2:10pm 9/29/12 2:10pm

First, Kill All The Cyclists. Premium Rush, Reviewed.

1. It's difficult to overstate how much I dislike bicycle riders in New York City. (Collectively. I'm sure you, individual who rides his/her bike, are perfectly pleasant and normal ... when you're not on your bike.) Bike riders have taken over this city, and they are, almost entirely across the board, rude, dismissive… » 8/23/12 5:35pm 8/23/12 5:35pm

A Competitor In New York's First Ironman Triathlon Died In The Hudson…

During the swim portion of the inaugural New York City Ironman Triathlon, which began 7 a.m. Saturday morning, a 43-year-old man experienced what most are calling "medical distress" or "a medical problem." He was pulled from the water and taken to a hospital, but did not survive. Autopsy results are pending and the… » 8/12/12 2:30pm 8/12/12 2:30pm

Sad Letter Closes The Door On ESPN Zone

The Times Square ESPN Zone could not even stay open two more days so that I could watch soccer on Friday morning. Pity the Midtown office jockeys who now have to show up to work on time. [Village Voice] » 6/16/10 8:30pm 6/16/10 8:30pm

(Update) ESPN: The High School

Remember Fame? The movie about a high school where kids dance in the street and make out with teachers instead of going to class? This is just like that, only with Chris Berman. » 2/04/09 10:30am 2/04/09 10:30am

If Only Mike Cooper Called New York City Home...

It's a sad commentary on the state of the summer sports scene that one of the most important things happening today (other than the Arena Football playoffs, of course) is this Mustache Madness tournament going on at Keyboard Quarterbacks. » 6/30/07 2:01pm 6/30/07 2:01pm