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After the massive victory over the New England Patriots and cry baby Tom Brady, the New York Giants and their hardcore fans took to the city streets to celebrate. Check out some of the Instagram photos fans uploaded from the NYC Ticker Tape Parade...
As you may know from our coverage of the DirecTV Celebrity Beach Bowl, I am dealing with the fallout of my football team losing to a quarterback who looks like a cartoon dog by pretending that it didn't happen. As far as I'm concerned, I spent Sunday inhaling spraypaint and eating tablespoons of nutmeg, and if anyone asks me about "The Big Game," I'm just going to assume they're talking about Lingerie Bowl IX in Las Vegas, where the Los Angeles Temptation defeated the Philadelphia Passion 28-6. Hey, we won! More»
Last night the New York Giants dominated over the New England Patriots for the title of Super Bowl Champions. Some actually took the game seriously, chugging light beers and sporadically screaming at the television, while others (and by others we mean a good majority of those "one day a year" sports fans) were just waiting for the yearly tradition of watching the train wreck of a half time show. Ever since the Janet Jackson "wardrobe malfunction" 8 years ago, the NFL has kept a tight lock down on its acts, using headliners for a more PG crowd like Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, and possibly the worst half time show in history, The Black Eyed Peas. But this year was Madonna's year -- a chance to thrust herself back in the spotlight and prove she's got what it takes, even at age 53. From tightrope walkers, to M.I.A.'s unruliness, to Madonna's crotch and beyond, here's what I was really thinking about during the half time show... More»
The Giants' beat the Patriots last night for the second time in four years, and New Yorkers took to the streets (and the bars) to celebrate the hometown win. The game may be over, but the party sure isn't. Here's a look at the NY papers' front pages to remind us why we should all still be celebrating. More»
Watch the Super Bowl with us this Sunday! We will be watching the New England Patriots battle the New York Giants at The Mighty Pint, one of our favorite spots in DC to grab a beer and watch a game. More»
For those of us who have no idea who’s even playing in Sunday’s Super Bowl, there’s still a reason to head out and watch the game: the halftime show. With Madonna headlining this year’s halftime it’s sure to be entertaining, but can the Material Girl put on a show as memorable as those who have performed at halftime before her? Check out some of her toughest competition… More»
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