Finding The Right Quarterback For The Jets

When you think of New York Jets legends, there’s one name that should always comes to mind: Joe Willie Namath. “Broadway Joe” was a...

Hit Records: Milestones Reached By Ballplayers This Season

The Major League Baseball season is a long, arduous journey from chilly spring baseball, through sweltering summer games and finally into frosty October nights....

Never Met, Never Forgotten

As ESPN’s lead NFL insider, Adam Schefter’s unwavering ability to be among the first to break a news story before anyone else is admired...

A Giant Hill To Climb

When I went to Giants training camp on the morning of Aug. 1, the sky over the Quest Diagnostic Training Center in East Rutherford,...

Ruth’s Records Reign Over Baseball

It’s been more than 83 years since Babe Ruth played his final major league baseball game, leaving America’s Pastime with a mountain of records...

Registration Open For 33rd Annual Bethpage FCU Ocean To Sound Relay

Registration is now open for the Greater Long Island Running Club’s 33rd annual Bethpage Federal Credit Union Ocean to Sound 50-Mile Relay, and teams...

Inside The Yankees Museum

There are currently 44 players in the Baseball Hall of Fame who donned the pinstripes for the New York Yankees at one point or...

The Sultan Of Swallow

Eat like Ruth, train like Ruth, hit like Ruth Babe Ruth’s massive success in baseball seems routine by today’s standards, as present-day players hit upwards...

The Book On Babe

Authors take a swing at telling Ruth’s tale Babe Ruth’s life is rich with myths, fables and anecdotes that range from very real to incredibly...

Ruth On Film

Movies have a way of elevating mere mortals to legendary status—but what happens when filmmakers try to portray someone whose persona is already larger...

Bringing Up Bambino

Babe Ruth was born on Feb. 6, 1895, in Baltimore, MD. His father was a successful salon proprietor, but the young George proved too...

Remembering The Babe: The Face Of America

“A Great Man. A Great Ball Player. A Great American.” So reads the modest, yet succinct plaque to George Herman (“Babe”) Ruth at Yankee Stadium’s...

Flag Pros

Flag football’s popularity has been on the rise, with leagues and circuits opening throughout the country. One of the hotspots of the sport right...

Boxing Champs Andre Berto And Devon Alexander Square Off At NYCB...

Former 147-pound world champions Andre Berto (31-5, 24 KOs) and Devon Alexander (27-4-1, 14 KOs) will battle in a 12-round showdown that headlines a...

PGA Championship Prep Tees Off

For the first time in its century-long history, the PGA Championship will be coming to Bethpage State Park in Farmingdale. The tournament, which is...

We’re Halfway There: MLB At Midseason

All-Star Week is upon Major League Baseball and while all eyes are on the pros gathering in D.C., there’s plenty of work to do...

Stay In Shape With Summer Rowing

There are plenty of ways to stay in shape on Long Island over the summer, and rowing on our beautiful bodies of water offers...

Learn To Surf The Waves Of Long Island

What better place to learn how to surf than an island? Head out east this summer to take advantage of the surf groups that...

Surf’s Up! Ninth Annual New York Surf Week Begins July 11

Long Beach becomes the mecca for NY surfers celebrating surfing and surf culture Surf's up, New York! NY Surf Week starts July 11, in Long...

Hope Springs Anew For Isles

Being a New York Islanders fan is not a position that’s been for the faint of heart, particularly since the franchise’s glory run of...

Five Fun Events On Long Island September 10-16

Looking for something fun to do this week? Check out these events happening in your area! 1 Your last chance to catch Flashdance at Patchogue Theatre...

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It’s All In The Hips

Uno, dos, tres, cuatro! Much like the history and food of any heritage, music plays an enormously large role in Hispanic culture. Shows like Dancing...