Christmas in July

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

As the 4 p.m. Major League Baseball deadline approaches, potential playoff contenders are scrambling to find new toys to employ for the final postseason push. The New York Yankees—usually avid shoppers and big spenders this time of year—have been relatively quiet so far. But do Mr. Steinbrenner and Brian Cashman have a blockbuster wrapped up [&hellip
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Orioles, Rumors Get Best Of Yankees

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

After feasting on the minnows of Major League Baseball since the All-Star Break, the shark that is the New York Yankees traveled to the shores of the Chesapeake Bay this weekend to face the floundering Baltimore Orioles—a team headed for their 10th consecutive losing season. Much to the Yankees’ chagrin, however, the Orioles showed they [&hellip
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(Expletive Deleted)

Written by C. Edwards on . Posted in Lifestyle, Posts

“No, I’m not on the fucking list!” I said impatiently (minus the foul language, of course) to the clipboard-wielding twentysomething that stood between me and the Richard Kidd launch at The Dactyl Gallery on Grand Street last night.  Normally, I’m all for the faux-elitist velvet rope pretension of Soho—then again, normally, I’m on the list. [&hellip
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Seventh Hell

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

Canada has always hated fun. Look no further than their anti-gun laws and Celine Dion as evidence. Yesterday was no different, as Toronto spoiled the New York Yankees’ bid to sweep the Blue Jays for the first time since 1995. Yankees starter Chien-Ming Wang retired the first 11 batters he faced and cruised through the [&hellip
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Euphoria Extinguished

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

The Mets celebrated like obese Belgian children at a chocolate store last night as David Wright rounded the bases. The New York third baseman had just delivered a game-tying, three-run home run that completed a gritty comeback against the NL-powerhouse San Diego Padres. The Mets, down 4-0 through six innings, came roaring back to knot [&hellip
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