We wish Super Bowl advertisers would skip the Omega men and the anti-abortion talk and opt for some ads that won't kill our party people moods. Here are some commercials we'd love to see come February 5th.
I don't mean consider having surgery. I mean think about the concept of surgery for a moment. Whether it's a heart transplant or a knee replacement, a...
Christina Aguilera's opening anthem on one of America's biggest feast days was roundly criticized because it fell short of a proper offering.
As America, the world's loudest democracy disgraces itself with gridlock and obstructionism, it's ironic we must look to the Middle East to recall the...
Two life-altering events that took place nearly seven decades ago receive little attention and are primarily observed by members of the two groups who experienced them.
All this fast-and-loose talk about "redemption" ought to be tempered with a little clarity lest we completely trivialize a concept with deep religious and philosophical meaning.
While Super Bowl XLV was an exciting game, there were plenty of other entertaining moments, especially this year's ads. Here are my picks for the top 10 funniest.
Super Bowl Sunday ranks number two in terms of Calorie consumption, second only to Thanksgiving Day feasts. Super Bowl fans consume 4,000 tons of popcorn, 14,000 tons of chips and approximately 3,200,000 pizzas.
It struck me that there are relatively few gridiron themed songs in music history. In honor of Super Bowl Sunday, I reached out on twitter and tried to prove that I was wrong.
They say sports and politics don't mix. One sportswriter disagrees with that. In fact, he would argue that professional sports has always been political and has been a positive force in shaping American society.
I can't think of a better day to whip up a few dozen than on Super Bowl Sunday than with this recipe for Asian hot wings with cucumber, scallion-sour cream dipping sauce.
In a friendly private game of flag football, both teams used strips of toilet paper as flags and toilet bowls were integrated into the trophies.
Couldn't score a pair of seats to football's almightiest match-up? Don't sweat it. You've still got a few days to get to the Metroplex for a weekend of showdowns, touchdowns and a super action-packed downtown.
Wimbledon and the Kentucky Derby might have their own signature cocktails (those would be the Pimm's Cup and Mint Julep, respectively), but the Super ...
With an expected 100 million people tuning in, chances are your plans for Sunday include (if not revolve around) catching the Super Bowl. And what wou...