Forget the Superdome power outage. That’s so last week. The NFL and organizers in New Orleans have a new headache.
There are no current plans for a halftime show during Super Bowl XLVIII because NFL officials are unsure how to stage the event in a cold-weather climate, according to a report.
Watching the great Super Bowl XLVII power outage on television was strange enough. Imagine being in the Superdome radio booth on Sunday night, trying to broadcast football’s biggest game in the dark.
The Baltimore Ravens have placed cornerbacks Chris Johnson and Asa Jackson on the inactive list for the Super Bowl.
The great thing about nachos is that you can make them however you want! This morning Tony Tantillo and his daughter Stephanie put a New Orleans twist on the popular game day snack, just in time for your Super Bowl party.
The NFL Experience is a place for fans to show their love for their teams, suit up like a player, and run a 40-yard dash. For one Breezy Point football fan, the NFL experience has been a well-deserved break from a tough few months.
Tuesdays during Super Bowl week are known for two things — media day and the media party.
Monday marked the first installment of the Boomer & Carton ‘Super Bowl Mystery Guest’ contest — and it went swimmingly well.
A bevy of Super shows will be aired from New Orleans leading up to CBS’ broadcast of Super Bowl XLVII. CBS Corporation has announced its plans for a major broadcast hub in the heart of the city’s historic French Quarter.
This morning, roughly one dozen started swinging hammers and sawing wood in the Rockaways, whatever needs to be done to help members of the FDNY rebuild their own homes damaged by the storm.
Those in need can go to Amityville High School, where the supplies have been unloaded.
Hurricane Isaac sidestepped New Orleans on Wednesday, sending the worst of its howling wind and heavy rain into a cluster of rural fishing villages that had few defenses against the slow-moving storm that could bring days of unending rain.
With all eyes Wednesday morning on New Orleans and Hurricane Isaac, television viewers expected to see pounding rain and wind-battered correspondents. But they probably weren’t counting on an impromptu “Tebowing.”
More than 20 volunteers from New York City, Long Island, and the Lower Hudson Valley were deployed Monday morning to work on shelter management, mental health support, health services support and logistics.
As Hurricane Isaac threatens the Gulf again, we will see if Katrina and Isaac serve as bookends of GOP hostility to federal disaster relief. An odd stance for a party that claims to “choose life” while watching people die in natural disasters rather than provide an adequate response.