The revelation that Hoppes' stole Koblin's girlfriend was news to us. We know Koblin. We also know his boyfriend, Bennett Madison.
ESPN released a pair of projections for the N.B.A.'s Eastern Conference on Monday. The pair of potential standings sourced from two different places: one, from a panel of experts, the other, from statistical projections of Basketball Prospectus.(1)
The best example sentences are short and don’t contain what editors call narrative interest, Stamper said. “When choosing an example sentence for chair, for example, you don’t want to say things like: ‘She was bludgeoned to death with a chair.’ Because that doesn’t tell the dictionary user anything about what chair means. It sidetracks them from the definition, which is primary.” Tim Kurkjian’s f-bomb usage was perfect, Stamper added, because it is short and shows the most idiomatic use of the word, which is “to drop an f-bomb.” “It gives you enough context so that you know how to use in a sentence and how to mimic the usage if you need to,” she said.
The accessible linebacker: Bart Scott is built for unimpeded contact with hurtling blockers, the media
Each time the Jets or Giants play a football game, Capital will write about a home-team member who took part in it. This post is about Bart Scott, who played linebacker in the Jets’ 37-16 loss to the New England Patriots.
The interview was destined for YouTube sensation-dom before it even began. With ESPN reporter Sal Paolantonio waiting and with the camera trained on him, Jets linebacker Bart Scott stuck his arms straight out to the sides and jogged toward the stands, fixing his body in the Jets' airplane-like celebration pose. He then circled back to Paolantonio, but then dropped to a knee as if landing the plane, holding the pose with his arms still extended.
If he’s wise, Rudy Giuliani will have the results of the most recent CNN Republican presidential poll framed and hung in his office. It’s as close as he’ll ever come to actually being his party’s White House nominee next year.
He's been trying all year to convince the political media to treat him like a potential 2012 candidate; Now he’s got some real ammunition. Maybe there’s an opening! Or maybe there isn't.(1)
Each day, the New York tabloids vie to sell readers at the newsstands on outrageous headlines, dramatic photography, and, occasionally, great reporting. Who is today's winner?(1)