What went wrong? Pay attention, Gisele. Here's the deal: If there is a God, He's got some pretty big problems going on these days, such as poverty, plagues and starvation.
It's Super Bowl Sunday and all anyone in Indianapolis can seem to talk about is Manning, Manning, Manning. Peyton, that is.
I hate to spoil the naughtiness of faux bread heaven for you, but cauliflower is low in fat and carbs, high in fiber and vitamin C.
We've compiled a quick list of some of the nation's top ski resorts to enjoy Super Bowl Sunday.
What hasn't been emphasized in news reports is the curious reduction in heart attacks among fans of winning teams.
That Madonna lady's got halftime covered, but for the rest of your Super Bowl party time, here's one not-so-tight-end's playlist that's super in at least one sense.
If you want some sense of what it's like to live in a happy sports utopia, where three football cultures broken apart by bitter rivalries can break bread and live life in peace -- and not in pieces -- come to the Jersey Shore.
Lost in the Super Bowl hoopla, some members of the NFL Super Bowl Committee have talked about staging a Super Bowl in London. Were they overly intoxicated during those discussions?
There's my fantasy -- hey, a girl can dream! Now share yours. This totally helps, I swear. The dark cloud of doom and despair hovering above me has temporarily lifted and I'm almost not dreading a Super Bowl party with all Giants fans.
A cartoon from 2008 with plenty of relevance for this upcoming weekend. ...
The top writers in New England prepare to take the football field. The only question is: which New York writers would dare to face them?
The ticker-tape parade is a slice of Americana as old as the Statue of Liberty. It's an honor reserved for a select few (sort of), from astronauts returning from space to military heroes to beloved politicians like Teddy Roosevelt. It's also happened for baseball player Sammy Sosa, and even the President of Indonesia. This weekend, either the New England Patriots or New York Giants will earn the title "champion" at the Super Bowl, and be treated to a victory parade in Boston or New York City as a result. Getting Super Bowl-champ football players a parade in their hometowns is never an issue. But Iraq War veterans? They deserve a little praise, too.
So why I'll try my best not to roll my eyes when asked again what the Super Bowl means through a woman's eyes, I will say this much. My team's not in it, but I'll still be watching because it's in my DNA to watch it.
At first glance the Giants share very little with the fictional team in Dillon, Texas. However, after rewatching the first season this past week, it dawned on me that this year's Giants team is shockingly similar to the Dillon Panthers/Lions.
One poll shows 80 percent of mothers would prefer to have sex than watch the Super Bowl. I don't believe it.
Let's use this massive television event as a platform to address our own energy needs, consumption rates and alternatives, all while highlighting the measures the NFL has taken to reduce its impact during the year's most-watched game.