Miami Beach is threatening to implement a series of new laws aimed at harshly pulling the reins on filming across the city, and it's already making those in the production industry worry about the future of using Miami Beach as a shooting destination.
Unfortunately for the Yankees, Alex Rodriguez is not the only aging slugger on the roster who no longer hits like he once did, but to whom they owe a lot of money.
The cash-strapped Mets reached the inevitable conclusion that they had to jettison outfielder Jason Bay.
It's a win-win situation: World-renown Miami Beach, a flip flop-wearing tourist's haven, and Downtown Miami, a vibrant new hot spot for upscale locals. Vacationing in these districts gives visitors the best of both worlds: Big beach fun and deluxe city life.
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A dream. It was back when Alex Rodriguez was in college in Miami. Obama was just getting into politics and the two met at a party thrown by Michelle's roommate.
Former Major League player and coach Eddie Yost, known as the "walking man" because of his propensity to draw bases on balls has died at the age of 86. He was the third base coach for the 1969 Miracle Mets.
One of the saddest things for any aging superstar is to realize one is no longer "the guy." Perhaps the same can be said of an aging team...
Midnight struck on all the upstarts. What we have left are four more traditional potential champions. They all have good stories. It's just that the O's, Nats and A's stories were better.
A $30 million player isn't supposed to produce a .083 batting average in the third spot of your lineup during the playoffs. Nor is he supposed to hit .190 and .111 the previous two postseason series, or .133 in 2005 and 0.071 in 2006. Such is the reality, though, with the New York Yankees' heavily maligned third baseman Alex Rodriguez.
Joe Buck reflects on his canceled HBO show, losing his voice in 2011, his reasons for quitting Twitter and gives his opinion on who holds the title of baseball's home run king.
I finally figured out what I love most about Roger Federer, even more than his elegance and class on the tennis court: His wife isn't beautiful.
On any night, there's enough private VIP lounges and hidden pockets to make anyone feel like somewhere, behind those doors or in a corner, something cool is going on at Jay Z's 40/40 club.
When the finely honed bodies of elite athletes break down, these players' compulsion to get back in the game sometimes can lead them to embrace medical procedures that eventually may benefit the duffers among us and more.
Alex Rodriguez tied Lou Gehrig's record when he hit his 23rd grand slam homer last night in the Yankees 6-4 win in Atlanta.
What do Tina Fey, Glenn Close, Alex Rodriguez, Al Roker, Kelly Ripa and Bette Midler all have in common? Central Park in New York City is one of their favorite places to relax and chill out. So where exactly do these celebs go in the Park?