Sports Writer, New Jersey Star-Ledger
Cover athletics at large for The Star-Ledger. Daily Targum alum. Runner of many miles. Gourmand. Tips or story ideas? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
grantland.com — Drew Hallowell/Philadelphia Eagles/Getty Images Chip Kelly has been busy revolutionizing the Philadelphia Eagles. I think it was Lenin who said all revolutions have casualties. The first casualty in Chip Kelly's revolution was Mexican cuisine. Kelly banned "Taco Tuesdays," a staple of the Andy Reid regime (why are you laughing?).
theatlantic.com — Alexis C. Madrigal Back in October, Alexis wrote a piece asking what rights do we have with regard to the air above our property. Walk onto someone's lawn and you're trespassing; fly over it in a helicopter and you're in the clear -- "the air is a public highway," the Supreme Court declared in 1946.
nj.com — Regardless of whether Rutgers introduces Sean Frazier or Julie Hermann as its next athletic director later this week - which the school appears bent on doing - the person who replaces Tim Pernetti likely faces further scrutiny for one red flag in their past.
io9.com — The Olympic Games are always proceded by a furious amount of building as host cities construct arenas, pools, ski jumps, Olympic villages, and anything else the games demand. While some of the buildings are repurposed after the athletes depart, others are left to rot.
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