Chef Jumps Into Longines Masters

When the Longines Masters Series rides into Long Island for its New York debut, a world-renowned chef will be on hand to provide tasty...

March Madness Envy

There isn’t a deep history of men’s college basketball on Long Island as there is in other areas of the country. This is mostly...

Long Island Running Club Renews Grant Program

The Greater Long Island Running Club (GLIRC) will once again be awarding one or more grants of $5,000 this year to selected public high...

Heroes And Goats On Film

In the history of film, sports movies are rarely recognized for greatness with awards. Much like comedies or horror films, sports on the silver...

Olympian Jeff Galloway Visits Long Island to Teach Running School

Olympian, Jeff Galloway, known for his revolutionary Run Walk Run method, will be teaching a running clinic on Long Island on May 6 from...

Let The Games Continue

For us fans, the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang are already winding down. But for athletes, the Olympics are never truly over. It’s never...

2018 Spring Training Schedule

With New York’s pitchers and catchers well on their way to the Sunshine State, the 2018 baseball season will soon be in full swing....

Red Roses From Big Blue Star

So how did everyone spend their Valentine’s Day? Turns out, for those fortunate enough to have been in Times Square between 11 a.m. and...

Long Island Luger Goes For Gold

Matthew Mortensen never expected that what started out as a bonding experience with his dad would turn into a career, let alone two turns...

Anthony Puccio: Long Island’s Brooklyn Boy

If you can’t play for them, cover them. This is the mentality that Anthony Puccio has when it comes to the NBA. The Wantagh...

Lucky Bastard: Growing Up Buck

As someone who is the lead play-by-play announcer for both Major League Baseball (MLB) and the National Football League (NFL), it shouldn’t be a...

Great Halftime Shows

In its quest to make a money grab and draw in people who only care about the ads that run during America’s greatest secular...

Beating Brady And Belichick

What do you think of when you hear the name “New England Patriots?” You may spit at the ground and yell “cheaters.” You may groan...

Patriots, Eagles Set For Rematch

ESPN analyst Adam Schefter shares his thoughts on Super Bowl LII Game day has finally arrived and ESPN sports analyst Adam Schefter has followed all...

A Courtside Dream Come True For Anthony Puccio

Imagine going to bed at night and drifting off to sleep, dreaming that you are courtside, covering your favorite basketball team. While some people...

Beyond The Cup

Despite what some might have you believe, the New York Islanders have a rich history of success that goes beyond the team’s four Stanley...

NYCB Live Coliseum Launches ‘Kids Go Free’ Program

NYCB Live, home of Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, will be offering a new, limited time Kids Go Free program to offer affordable family-friendly entertainment...

‘Hoops For Harrison’ Charity Basketball Tournament Returns January 13

The fifth annual charity basketball fundraiser Hoops For Harrison will be held again this month, with the fundraiser’s namesake, Harrison Gillman, now in charge....

Features From The Field

Sports stories through the year Anton Media Group’s sports features bounced from professional to amateur, with coverage of well-known idols and up-and-coming hopefuls. In April, just...

Ballpark Brewery Laces Up For Outdoor Hockey

When the NHL Winter Classic skates into Citi Field for its annual outdoor game this New Year’s Day, chilly hockey fans can get a...

East End Excitement—Where To Go & What To Do—May 21-27

Craving some East End excitement this week? We've got you covered! Check out these five fun events. 1 The Gateway Playhouse opened the 2018 season with...

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Jordan Donica: On The Street Where He Lives

The rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain. The iconic phrase uttered over and over again by Eliza Doolittle resonates in the hearts...