Dave Mulligan’s legacy is deep. Born David Bernard Mulligan in Canada in 1871, Mulligan would become a top player for his native country’s championship lacrosse team Capital, general manager for hockey’s Stanley Cup champion Ottawa Senators, and a
Years after she had moved from her childhood apartment building of 135 West 143rd Street in the Harlem section of Manhattan, Althea Gibson often talked about how the address represents the start of her path to tennis glory.
Former New York Jets head coach Lou Holtz was a featured speaker at last week’s Republican National Convention. He notched only three wins in 13 games for the Jets, but has been an active keynote speaker for years thanks
Although newspapers documented the behavior of Babe Ruth for years, headlines about the New York Yankees legend from a five-day stretch in June 1924 stand out for their claims of illicit activity both on and off the field.
New York City’s first public indoor bowling action in months started today, with the state allowing bowling alleys to roll out under coronavirus-prompted social-distancing measures. The development is the latest in a long lane of bowling advances in the