More than 75 Years of Televised and Private Sports Action Continues in Isolated Terminal Annex Difficulty, as legendary television newsman Edward R. Murrow once proclaimed, is the excuse history never accepts. As media outlets start to broadcast live
New York Political Leaders Showed Americans Were Ready for End to Public Boxing Lockdowns One hundred years ago — May 24, 1920 to be exact — New York governor Al Smith overcame a month of hesitancy to legalize
Victories Abound in 18 Professional Sports on Most Recent Greater New York Calendar More than 9,500 professional wins were achieved during the 2019 Greater New York sports events schedule, another indication of the region’s unparalleled sports influence.
City’s Sightseeing Rides Hold Deep Lineage from “Rubberneck Wagons” to New York Sports Tours In Manhattan 116 years ago this week, Longacre Square was formally renamed Times Square in honor of the New York Times having taken up residence between
Many guests aboard New York Sports Tours’ sports history tour experience have shared high praise of Stan Fischler. Many others have learned about the New York sportswriter and broadcaster during the outing. Today, on Fischler’s 88th birthday, New