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An Arthur Miller classic comes to Broadway plus sports galore for your Thursday.


This weekend brings you chances to sample so many foods, head to a concert, or a football game… time to tailgate?!

ODDS ARE… – OCT 9-12

It’s a long weekend, New York! Take full advantage with street art, sports, and the Columbus Day Parade!


A busy weekend at the Barclays Center, plus a coffee festival and football! Cheers to the weekend!


The Pope’s visit begins today! Plus a couple of sporting events to choose from and where to get your booze on.


Happy Weekend, NYC! A sports rivalry and a fabulous bridal sample sale await you.

1. The Super Bowl is Finally Here! Feb. 7

Picture 1Gear up to watch the New Orleans Saints go head-to-head with the Indianapolis Colts at the Super Bowl XLIV, the event of the year for the ultimate football fan. It’s the tenth time Miami has hosted the game and this year it will be in the newly name Sun Life Stadium.

More than a game, people all over the country will camp out… to their couches to watch this event, envious of the die-hard fans living it up in the Sunshine State. The weekend events includes Fan Jam on Friday featuring pop sensation Rihanna, an outdoor music festival on Saturday along with a fireworks spectacular, and, of course, gameday on Sunday. With hits like My Generation, Who Are You, and Magic Bus, UK band The Who promise an energy-filled performance when they take the stage at halftime.

Get ready as Drew Brees and the Saints square off with Peyton Manning and the Colts on Sunday, February 7.

1. Cheer on Cowboys or Rebels at the Cotton Bowl 1/2/10

Root yPicture 9our team to victory at the 74th Annual AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic. Oklahoma State University will go head to head with the Ole Mississippi Rebels at this year’s Cotton Bowl Classic. The first classic was envisioned by the late J. Curtis Sanford, a Dallas oilman and business executive, and the first of many games was held at the Fair Park’s Cotton Bowl Stadium. But this year they’re upgrading with the recently finished Cowboys Stadium hosting the classic game for the first time.

The Cotton Bowl halftime show will star the Rebel Band and the Cowboy Band, as well as a finale that will include 11 high school Marching Bands from across the country, and the world famous Kilgore College Rangerettes, who are making their 60th consecutive visit to the Cotton Bowl.

Get your tickets early, because the stadium will be packed with excited Cowboys, and ruthless Rebel fans.

1. Hawkeyes v. Yellow Jackets at Orange Bowl 1/5/10

Fill up the ice chest, gas up the grill and get ready for the 25th Annual FedEx Orange Bowl. As always, it’s aPicture 20n all day event at Landshark Stadium with the Budweiser Tailgate Party beginning at 11:30 in the Northwest Parking Lot as fans get revved up to watch the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets go head-to-head with the Iowa Hawkeyes.
But this isn’t any ordinary tailgating party. The Orange Bowl is known for motivating their fans with interactive games, sports memorabilia, contests, and more. Budweiser also brings in some of Miami’s hottest local talent to get the party started. Don’t want to dirty up all your dishes? Not a problem, as delicious food and a wide variety of beverages will be provided.

New Deck Tavern Pours the Best Pint in Philly

Here the beer flows, the crowds are loud, and the atmosphere is just right!

There’s no better placPicture 11e than New Deck Tavern to grab a cold pint and a Philly, cheese steak that is, with friends after a hard day’s work. Although the grub’s unbeatable, the happy hour is what’s got people coming back for more. The Deck boasts a vast array of beers from around the world as well as one of the largest single malt scotch collections in Philly. They’re proud to pour the best pint in the city, thanks to their European Draft System imported straight from Country Cork.

Study up for Quizo Pub Trivia on Wednesdays, or, perhaps, get your sing on for Karaoke Tuesdays.  This pub’s got it all, with live music, Monday night football, and more. Stop by any night of the week and confirm that the Irish sure know how to party.