Chris “Mad Dog” Russo, alongside Mike Francesa, helped build WFAN into a sports-talk giant, having the No. 1 afternoon drive-time show in the area for years. Now, watching from a distance, he isn’t sure what to make of the station’s direction. So many of its big names are gone, Russo pointed out, from Don Imus
Stephen A. Smith attacking his own burner account is the coronavirus distraction we all need right now. The loquacious ESPN personality has a notorious “burner account” on Twitter with the handle @SASBurnerAcct that has over 347,000 followers. For a moment, it seemed that the real Stephen A. Smith was one of them. On Wednesday, the
The coronavirus is upending longstanding political, cultural, and even moral realities, as people around the world grapple with mass death and the total pause of public life. Even the staunchest anti-drug person can recognize: It’s a good time to get high. ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith, who has long
The magazine's iconic cartoonist died on Wednesday.
UCLA guard Chris Smith, who was the Pac-12 Conference most improved player this season, Tuesday announced his intention to enter the NBA draft.
Stephen Colbert had a co-host for his latest "Late Show" monologue -- his adorable dog, Benny.
Chris Chiozza seems like a nice enough guy. When we talk, the Nets guard is patient and polite, taking the time to thoughtfully answer my questions. But Chiozza was the protagonist of one of the worst moments in my life. “Anytime I hear somebody tell me they went to Wisconsin,” Chiozza said, “I just know
Chris Hemsworth stars in Netflix’s Extraction as a guy who casually jumps off giant cliffs into water, where he then and sits serenely at the bottom as if he’s fuckin’ Aquaman. He’s not Aquaman, though; he’s not even a superhero, which is a nice change of pace for both Hemsworth and the MCU’s Russo brothers, all of
ESPN has reportedly considered the idea of moving Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit from their college football roles to the NFL for Monday Night Football
There are few songs that can lay me out quicker than Tears for Fears' 1982 hit, "Mad World." Like many, I will forever associate it with the cult classic film, Donnie Darko, and Michael Andrews and Gary Jules' achingly sad cover for that soundtrack.
A Manhattan federal judge on Friday tossed a suit by online baseball gamblers who claimed a sign-stealing campaign by the Boston Red Sox and Houston Astros created an unfair wagering platform — but still ripped the teams for “shamelessly” breaking the rules of America’s pastime. Judge Jed Rakoff sided with the two clubs and Major
Stephen Colbert's latest home monologue — which includes a coronavirus update, a bit about face masks, and some thoughts on Donald Trump's lengthy press conferences — is full of stuff that's very much worth watching.