MN MAGAZINE’S BEST SPORTS BAR

MN MAGAZINE’S BEST SPORTS BAR

WILLIE MCBRIDES 616 Grand Street • Hoboken, NJ 07030 201-610-1522 AND 1270 Easton Turnpike • Branchburg, NJ 908-722-1113 www.williemcbrides.com THE ORANGE LANTERN 15 Firehouse Lane • Paramus, NJ 07652 201.652.4443 www.orangelantern.com HELLS KITCHEN LOUNGE 150 Lafayette St, Newark • NJ 07105 (973) 465-4422 www.hellskitchenlounge.com SIDELINES 198 U.S. Rt 46 •...

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LEONARD MARSHALL

LEONARD MARSHALL

By Chaunce Hayden Chaunce Hayden sits down with former NY Giants legend Leonard Marshall about the highs and lows of playing in the NFL. Chaunce Hayden: As a former NFL player are you able to sit down on a Sunday at be a fan? Leonard Marshall: Now that I’m out...

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PHIL MICKELSON

PHIL MICKELSON

Phil Mickelson has let down himself more than the game he says he loves. By Brian Keogh Be careful what you wish for, especially if you’re Phil Mickelson or the USGA. Whether you are posing as the smartest guy in the room or the toughest Major test of them all,...

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Ed Sheeran’s Copyright Battles Are Much Weirder Than Anyone Can Imagine

Ed Sheeran’s Copyright Battles Are Much Weirder Than Anyone Can Imagine

Ed Sheeran is one of the most successful singer-songwriters working in the pop music industry today. He’s also been repeatedly sued for copyright infringement. He had to give up part ownership of “Photograph” last year to settle one lawsuit. He’s also  facing pending litigation over a song he penned for Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. But...

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BLAIR O’NEAL

BLAIR O’NEAL

Most average golfers dream of what it would be like to play professional golf for a living. After all, Tiger Woods makes it look too easy. But unless you started playing as a child, spent thousands of hours perfecting your swing, have nerves of steel and can hit the sweet...

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TIGER…PHIL DESERVES ANOTHER SHOT AT RYDER CUP

TIGER…PHIL DESERVES ANOTHER SHOT AT RYDER CUP

Even if rankings say otherwise The job of U.S. Ryder Cup captain is a blessing and a curse, both coveted and thankless. It’s the culmination of a career filled with personal victories and selfless team play. It’s what any firstrate American male golfer wants to be when he grows up...

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A CHAT WITH MICHELLE WIE

A CHAT WITH MICHELLE WIE

By Chaunce Hayden Born on October 11, 1989, in Honolulu, Hawaii, Michelle Wie displayed immense potential after learning to play golf at age 4. She qualified for a USGA tournament at age 10, and at 14 she became the youngest female to compete against men in a PGA Tour event....

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Perfect YANKEES May Not Matter!

Perfect YANKEES May Not Matter!

BALTIMORE — This American League East battle continues to amaze, doesn’t it? Consider that the Yankees began Friday’s action nominally trailing the Red Sox by 1 ¹/₂ games … and on pace to win 109 games. If it’s hard to see this breakneck pace continuing through the season’s final two...

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BARTENDING School

BARTENDING School

This isn’t an easy thing for me to admit, but here it goes: I went to Bartending School. Yeah, I know. I’ll come back when you’re done laughing; I’ve got a large Hawaiian pizza and my copy of War and Peace with me, so by all means, take your time....

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ROSEANNE BARR

ROSEANNE BARR

A few years ago America’s most racist comic (human) asked me to join her for dinner to discuss her revived career. Of course I couldn’t resist! Looking back at our chat I’m still fascinating by this woman and how she’s managed to go from rags to riches to racist. Here’s...

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