Good news for US Open spectators!
Time Warner Cable—the official sponsor and WiFi service provider at the tennis tournament—is serving up unlimited free WiFi throughout the two-week period. The service—which has wholly expanded from last year’s 235 WiFi access points—will be deployed to practice courts (17, 4, ... More
This motto has proven to be a home run for the Yankees great
When Jorge Posada was a boy growing up in Puerto Rico, he could only imagine one future for himself: “It was always baseball,” says the legendary slugger.
The son of a Cuban refugee, Posada never took the attainment of his dream for granted. “At the old Yankee stadium, we had a ... More
The company has been named The Official Luxury Timepiece of the New York Yankees
Philip Stein has just released some major (league) news.
The watchmaking pioneer—famed for embedding Natural Frequency Technology discs to enhance a wearer’s wellbeing and quality of life—has been tapped as The Official Luxury Timepiece of the New York Yankees. The iconic collaboration is a home run for both parties, and for ... More
In the winter months, Crans-Montana—set 4,920 feet above sea level in the Swiss Alps—is a super-chic ski resort frequented by Europe’s most influential business people (and the occasional royal). In the summer months, the bucolic burg attracts a whole different set of players. Enter: the golfers.
In July, Crans-Montana played host to ... More
The women behind Lady Sheila Stable Two are turning horse racing into the Sport of Queens
Sheila Rosenblum doesn’t like to take no for an answer. “It may be the death of me in the end,” the Manhattan social fixture says. “Life should be about calculated risks, and not all of mine have come with calculation.”
As the founder of Lady Sheila Stable Two, an all-female horse-racing group ... More
A team of golf-loving entrepreneurs and developers are changing the way you interact with the sport thanks to multi-functional mobile app Foursum.
The game-enhancing app and social community allows players to connect, engage and compete with one another on and off the course. From keeping the game score (eliminating the need ... More
Life is pretty damn good for New England Patriots superstar Rob Gronkowski right now—and it’s bound to get even better
A massacre has just occurred at a ritzy restaurant in northern Miami. The assassin—a man beast of 265 pounds with a tree-trunk-thick neck—is sawing mercilessly into the pile of bloody flesh. “I usually don’t cut it before I eat it,” he admits. A speaker trembles with the heavy bass of a ... More
New documentary Sunshine Superman sheds light on a timely subject
It’s a common saying that you would follow someone you love off a cliff, but Jean and Carl Boenish—the subjects of Sunshine Superman, a documentary premiering May 22—take that cliché to a very literal place.
Often called the “godparents of BASE jumping,” the Boenishes met in the late 1970s. She ... More
Last week in Las Vegas, Floyd Mayweather Jr. once again cinched the World Boxing Council (WBC) Welterweight belt in a bout that was touted as one of the biggest in the history of the sport. And even though Mayweather is estimated to be the highest paid athlete in sports today, ... More
In a new biography, Bill Pennington reveals the secret to Billy Martin's magic
Billy Martin is one of baseball’s most famous figures, a “big city, bright lights manager” praised for his ability to turn failing teams into World Series champions but vilified for his temper as he threw dirt at umpires and screamed at both players and team owners. Howard Cosell once said: ... More