The salsa-dancing veteran makes his first stop in Carolina. The New York Giants decided last week to move on from former fan-favorite wide receiver Victor Cruz, releasing the veteran wide receiver. The first visit Cruz has made in his...Show More Summary
Bill Murphy has for decades been the unofficial recorder of Staten Island’s changing landscape — a role for which his talents and vision are uniquely suited. The post The Artist Documenting the Rise of New York’s Giant Ferris Wheel appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The Oscars are a little over a week away, which means we’re finally getting a bunch of peeks at the visual effects behind 2016’s biggest blockbusters, including Doctor Strange. Here’s how Industrial Light & Magic twisted New York City into a giant mind-melting knot that would have impressed M.C. Escher. Read more...
New York’s hottest club is today’s Power Rangers trailer. It has everything: teens breaking sinks, dinosaur robots, Bryan Cranston’s giant head, and Bill Hader punching a tiny homunculus made of dirt. Not to mention Elizabeth Banks in an uncomfortable green suit building a monster out of metallic Silly Putty. Man, there’s a lot going on in this movie. Continue reading…
After almost five years with taxidermists in New York, Lonesome George has returned home. He may be dead, but his legacy is very much alive Lonesome George is back in Galapagos. Following the death of the celebrity tortoise in June 2012, his remains were sent to New York to be preserved by expert taxidermists. Show More Summary
Adrian Peterson is paying attention to offseason moves.
It took the New York Giants a little while to get things going in 2016. But once the team’s defensive unit kicked it into gear, Big Blue was headed back to the playoffs for the first time since 2011. The club’s postseason stay was a short one. Show More Summary
Anyone can go on Twitter and opine about an NFL team’s offseason moves. That’s the beauty of social media. But when it’s Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson randomly chiming in on the New York Giants, that’s certainly a little more interesting than Ronnie from Denver saying the Broncos need to trade for Tony Romo. Show More Summary
1 of 6 | NEXT » The New York Giants may have re-signed Will Tye today, but they still have a lot of work to do at the tight end position. Tye had a decent 2016 campaign, but the Giants need to do better at this critical position. Eli...Show More Summary
Customers visiting one of Apple’s popular stores in New York City were treated to a horrific sight on Valentine’s Day: a giant image of pregnant Donald Trump standing naked in the loving embrace of Vladimir Putin. The disturbing image was projected on the side of Apple’s store in Chelsea on the corner of 15th Street […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Anyone visiting the Apple store in New York's Chelsea neighborhood got an unusual surprise Tuesday night: a giant projection of Russian President Vladimir Putin caressing a very pregnant Donald Trump. The image was projected on the side of building on the corner of 15th St. Show More Summary
1 of 6 | NEXT » The New York Giants have to address several positions this off-season, but their biggest hole by far is at running back. New York may have played excellent defense last year, but their offense left a lot to be desired. Show More Summary
The New York Giants have said goodbye to Victor Cruz after a seven-year storybook run
Receiver Victor Cruz is beloved by New York Giants fans – he grew up not far from MetLife Stadium in Paterson, N.J., and he rose to salsa-dancing stardom despite being an undrafted rookie from a then-FCS level football program. But he’s likely played his final game for Big Blue. Show More Summary
The wide receiver had a big impact on the field, but his impact in New York was far bigger.
The Giants will save $7.5 million in cap space by releasing Victor Cruz.
New York sports fans have a way of building up their heroes to mythical proportions. Everybody loves a feel-good story in the sports world, but the legends really tend to blow up in New York. These fans love cheering on guys who have no business being on the world’s biggest stage. Show More Summary
It’s the time of year when NFL teams start shedding veteran salaries to free up cap space, and the New York Giants were the first out of the gate Monday with news that they are cutting wideout Victor Cruz and running back Rashad Jennings. New York will save $7.5 million in cap space by cutting […]
The New York Giants cleared roughly $10 million in salary cap space by releasing long-time fan favorite Victor Cruz and starting running back Rashad Jennings
Victor Cruz was released by the Giants on Monday. (Getty Images) Receiver Victor Cruz is beloved by New York Giants fans – he grew up not far from MetLife Stadium in Paterson, N.J., and he rose to salsa-dancing stardom despite being an undrafted rookie from a then-FCS level football program. Show More Summary