Bristol (Connecticut)

  • Blogs

    December 1, 2011

    ESPN: World Wide Leader in Cover-Up

    When is a scandal connected to sports not a scandal? Apparently when ESPN decides not to report on it. There is one huge missing piece in the Syracuse-Bernie Fine sex abuse scandal that the media seems to have agreed not to investigate, namely, who at ESPN knew what and why didn't they do somethin ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 22, 2009

    Criminal Accessory in Steve Phillips Case Tells Her Proud Story in the Post

    ​The Post brings us today a new revelation in the the case of ESPN analyst Steve Phillips' inamorata, whom they have unchivalrously taken to calling the "tubby temptress." They have found the woman whom Brooke Hundley allegedly hired to harass Phillips' wife by phone. Courtney Arp, a waitress ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 4, 2008

    Friday's Freak Show: The Post's Front Page and the "Water-Cooler" Effect

    I have developed a theory about the Friday editions of the Post and Daily News, which is that barring any sort of massive breaking news, the papers stick to "water-cooler" stories on the front page to foster some sort of camaraderie in the work place. It's Friday, you just want to chat it up with yo ... More >>

  • News

    January 2, 2001

    Sports Journalist of the Year

    Mike Freeman, The New York Times