Quote of the Day

"He came to this city with a mouthful of promises and a pocketful of lies. He is a high-falutin, high-class huckster and hustler."
-- Newark Mayor Cory Booker, on Devils Owner Jeff Vanderbeek after an independent arbitration panel ruled the team should get $2.7M annually in Prudential Center parking revenues. (AP, 4/4)
Thursday April 5, 2012 Vol. 18 — No. 147 Print This Issue

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  • Miami Nice

    Marlins Park described as a "sparkling spaceship," "distinctly Miami"

    Marlins Park hosted its first regular-season game last night, and “it took just one night for the sparkling spaceship of a stadium to feel like home,” according to a front-page piece by Beasley & Rabin of the MIAMI HERALD. A crowd of 36,601 fans “shared in an unforgettable evening.” Beasley & Rabin write, “This wasn’t about a baseball game. Not on this night. It was Miami showing the world what it can do with roughly two-thirds of a billion dollars, and a boss with a taste for colors and curves.” Marlins Owner Jeffrey Loria’s vision for the ballpark “was to create a unique entertainment experience that reflected the best of Miami,” and it is “hard to argue with his re ...

  • A Rock And A Hard Place

    Newark Mayor Cory Booker shows rare anger in taking on Devils’ Vanderbeek.

  • Narrowing The Options

    Report has BCS officials focused on four playoff options.

  • School Supplies

    “Costas Tonight” offers debate on problems in college sports.

  • The Cardinal Rule

    MLB’s ESPN opener ratings flat with '11; what was wrong with Terry Francona’s mic?

  • Entering Enemy Territory

    Red Sox' Bobby V signs deal to appear on ESPN Radio N.Y.

  • Pumped Up Kicks

    MLS Dynamo have doubled their season-ticket base and club revenues at BBVA Compass Stadium.

  • The Devils Made Me Do It

    Arizona State Univ. unveils plans for new Sun Devil Stadium.

  • All On Board

    MLB teams see marketing opportunity in Pinterest.

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