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Jan 1, 2019

Greatest year in city sports could never be appreciated in its time

Fifty years ago this morning, New Yorkers nursing their New Year’s Eve hangovers snapped open their morning papers and were greeted by a couple of interesting things. In all of the dailies, Diners Fugazy Travel — with 13 branches conveniently located all across New York, New Jersey and Connecticut — ran an advertisement shouting: “SUPER...
Jan 1, 2019

The pain won’t go away entirely from NYC sports world in 2019

Look, we are realists here at The Post, same as you are. We do not suffer fools gladly, and we do not merrily accept our present lot in life, which is to look at the current sporting scene and want to invent a cocktail of Alka-Seltzer and Pepto-Bismol. Yes, that’s pretty gross but, then, we...
Dec 30, 2018

The biggest thing missing from NYC sports is the pain of losing

ARLINGTON, Texas — Sports fans, real ones, will understand what I’m talking about when I say: Winning teams aren’t the only things lacking from our sporting landscape as 2018 stumbles to a close. The winning is nice, yes, and in the year about to close, the lack of it was noticeable and it was aggravating....
Dec 22, 2018

Christmas carols to get New York fans through the cold winter

You know the best way to take your mind off the relentless torrent of bad news that our teams deliver faithfully night after night, day after day? Why, with a little song, of course! Here are a few ditties to help you try to muddle through somehow. If the fates allow. “It’s the Post’s Wonderful...

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