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"OUR WAY" hype video featuring Michael Strahan?Michael Strahan narrates and appears in hype video to kick off Giants Wild Card weekend, presented by VerizonThe New York Giants today unveiled "OUR WAY," the franchise's campaign for the playoffs. Giants Legend Michael Strahan helped launch the campaign with a hype video that was shared across the team's social and digital media platforms. "OUR WAY" embodies how the Giants have been true to their own identity throughou...
"OUR WAY" hype video featuring Michael Strahan
Michael Strahan narrates and appears in hype video to kick off Giants Wild Card weekend, presented by Verizon
The New York Giants today unveiled "OUR WAY," the franchise's campaign for the playoffs. Giants Legend Michael Strahan helped launch the campaign with a hype video that was shared across the team's social and digital media platforms. "OUR WAY" embodies how the Giants have been true to their own identity throughout the 2022 season.
"OUR WAY" celebrates the success of the first season under head coach Brian Daboll and general manager Joe Schoen, who have preached "Smart, Tough, Dependable" as foundational characteristics of the Giants. The "OUR WAY" campaign will also share the success with Giants fans through a series of events, social media content, influencer collaborations and brand-building initiatives.
The Giants Wild Card game, presented by Verizon, caps a week of programming and fan engagement activations, including:
"Giants Playoff Preview Live Show" presented by Pepsi Zero Sugar – Live from Blu Alehouse in Riverdale, N.J. on Wednesday, January 11th from 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Bob Papa, Carl Banks and Tiki Barber will give a preview of the Giants Wild Card game with special call-ins from celebrities and current players. Fans will have the opportunity to ask questions in person or by calling into the show. Tune in at WFAN 101.9/660 AM, WFAN.com, and the Audacy app, or the Giants mobile app.
"Giants Legend Meet and Greet" – In-store alumni player appearance at Verizon's Bryant Park location on Friday, January 13th from 3 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. This appearance is the first of three fan meet and greets at Verizon retail stores throughout the month of January. Specific players and Verizon stores will be updated on Giants social platforms.
"Big Blue Friday" presented by Pepsi Zero Sugar – The Giants are encouraging fans to wear blue on Friday, January 13th to show their support. The Giants "Blue Crew" will be going door-to-door in select neighborhoods to provide local businesses with a Giants playoff pack, including an "OUR WAY" poster. The retail store inside MetLife Stadium will be open from 10 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. with Giants playoff gear available and also a discount offer on all merchandise items. The Empire State Building will be lit blue to celebrate Big Blue Friday with the Giants.
Giants Playoff Pep Rally – "Play 60 Celebration" – The Giants will hold a Play 60 event and playoff pep rally at a local school in Clifton, N.J. Entertainment will include Giants Legends Ahmad Bradshaw and Jonathan Casillas, on-air talent Brandon London, DJ Wallah, and the Giants G-Line drummers. Members of the Clifton Mustang High School football and cheer program will also be in attendance.
Giants Playoff Party – "Giants Bar Network Presented by Modelo" – Join Giants Legends Ahmad Bradshaw and Plaxico Burress with on-air talent Brandon London at Wicked Wolf in Hoboken, N.J., which will serve as the official watch location for the Giants Wild Card game against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, January 15th at 4:30 p.m. Fans will have the opportunity to win prizes, giveaways and enjoy Modelo drink specials. In addition, the Giants will deliver swag to select locations in the Giants Bar Network presented by Modelo, including "OUR WAY" coasters, shirts, and posters.
Tune in on Sunday, January 15th at 4:30 p.m. to watch the Giants Wild Card match-up against the Minnesota Vikings.
Falling in love again! Camila Mendes is enjoying life with boyfriend Rudy Mancuso. While the Riverdale star has yet to confirm their relationship head-on, she's been ...
Falling in love again! Camila Mendes is enjoying life with boyfriend Rudy Mancuso. While the Riverdale star has yet to confirm their relationship head-on, she's been hinting at their romance for months.
"I am still in the honeymoon [phase], but it's one of those situations where I feel like, and I'm really trying to temper myself here," the CW star said while appearing on Dear Media's "Going Mental" podcast in January 2023. "I don't wanna, like, speak above and beyond, but I feel like I've known him my whole life, and that's something I actually have never felt before."
Keep reading for more details on Camila and Rudy's romance.
The New Jersey native is a music star and internet personality. Before his relationship with Camila, he was in a long-term romance with The Fosters star Maia Mitchell. Rudy and Maia dated for six years before Us Weekly confirmed their split in April 2022, with a source telling the outlet that their breakup had happened “a few months” prior.
According to her "Going Mental" podcast appearance, the relationship is "new-new as of like June." Fans started to speculate that she and the "I Think I'm Cool" singer were more than friends when she shared a "life update" via Instagram in November 2022.
Camila appeared to soft launch her relationship with a selfie snapped in the mirror of a sliding door. Fans could see the Do Revenge star cozied up to a mystery man, who appeared to be giving her a kiss. At the time, fans were quick to speculate this was Rudy. This appeared to be confirmed as she continued to share photos of the singer in various social media posts.
The couple is set to star in the upcoming Prime Video film Música, which was announced in April 2022. Around the time Camila said they started dating, she and Rudy are spotted out and about in New York City together, according to photos obtained by the Daily Mail. Then, in September 2022, they arrived at the Venice Film Festival together.
Further discussing her relationships on the "Going Mental" podcast, Camila said that she prefers .
When a basic breakfast just won’t cut it, it's best to save one's appetite for a hearty midday brunch, especially one involving diverse drink offerings and bottomless options.The best brunches in the Magic City include everything from classic eggs and oysters to bold new options like the Italian-inspired dishes at Contessa or the farm-to-table fare at Orno.Listed alphabetically, here are Miami's best new brunch options to try now.Italian-inspired Contessa Miami now serves a weekend brunch with a selection of antipa...
When a basic breakfast just won’t cut it, it's best to save one's appetite for a hearty midday brunch, especially one involving diverse drink offerings and bottomless options.
The best brunches in the Magic City include everything from classic eggs and oysters to bold new options like the Italian-inspired dishes at Contessa or the farm-to-table fare at Orno.
Listed alphabetically, here are Miami's best new brunch options to try now.
Italian-inspired Contessa Miami now serves a weekend brunch with a selection of antipasto, pizzas, pasta, and desserts with highlights such as panettone French toast ($22), carbonara scramble ($25), and spicy lobster capellini ($39). Brunch is offered Saturday and Sunday 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Deck at Island Gardens offers a quintessential Miami waterfront brunch experience at its outdoor patio overlooking downtown and Biscayne Bay. The buffet menu features an omelet station, grilled skewers, seasonal salads, hot dish stations, passed pizzas, charcuterie, paella, unlimited fresh oysters, and seasonal seafood. A dessert table offering chocolate nemesis, salted caramel mille-feuille, and other delicacies round out your meal. Guests can indulge in cocktails such as mimosas, bellinis, Aperol spritzes, and red sangria while enjoying live beats by rotating DJs, singers, and bands. Brunch is offered on Saturday and Sunday noon to 4 p.m., costs $75 per person, and includes one welcome mimosa or bellini. A $135 per person package includes two hours of brunch cocktails, select wine, and beer.
The Katherine opens early on Sunday to host chef Timon Balloo’s special brunch menu. Classic shrimp and grits are served bathed in Thai red curry with shrimp and melting vegetables and herbs, while a staple of toast comes topped with a combination of beets, soft cheese, toasted pistachio, and truffle honey. Also, try Balloo's grilled jerk chicken and carbonara mac made with crumbled bacon, mozzarella, and egg yolk. Brunch cocktails include mimosas and a jalapeño bloody mary. Brunch is offered Sundays 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Klaw’s rooftop brunch boasts a weekly rotating, preset menu of seven to nine dishes that include guests’ choice of a main entrée and a handful of a-la-carte options. Brown-butter waffles are perfect to nurse you back to health after a night out and are served with fried prawns, bacon, sunny eggs, and warm maple butter. Seafood lovers will enjoy king crab toast and Norwegian king crab rolls. Brunch at Klaw starts at $85 per person and is offered Sundays 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
For a changeup from your standard eggs Benedict, head to Novikov for a bottomless Sunday brunch menu of Chinese-Japanese dishes. Guests can choose from two options. The first is a $99 "signature" list of specialties that features unlimited servings of appetizers like salmon toro nigiri and dim sum, followed by entree choices of sweet-and-sour mango chicken and robata-grilled branzino paired with all-you-can-drink choices of Nicolas Feuillate champagne, bloody marys, yuzu mimosas, and red and rosè wine options. The $199 "premium" menu offers unlimited starters such as hamachi carpaccio and truffle or Brussels sprouts and crispy pork along with main courses of Wagyu ribeye or honey truffle king crab leg. The free-flow beverage package’s frontrunner is Laurent Perrier rosè, but guests can also alternate between wine and specialty cocktails. Both brunch tiers feature the eatery's entree of Peking duck and end with an indulgent chef's dessert platter. Brunch is offered Sundays noon to 4 p.m.
Chef Niven Patel's new brunch menu at Orno includes dishes such as Belgian waffle served with Honeycrisp apple and maple crème fraîche ($14) and ricotta pancake topped with Nutella and hazelnut ($13), along with heartier options such as grilled Wagyu steak served with wood-roasted farm eggs, heirloom tomato, and chimichurri ($26) and an indulgent Maine lobster toast that comes topped with avocado, farm egg, everything spice, and chili oil ($30). A bottomless option of Moet brut and rosè champagne is available for $75 per person for up to two hours. Fresh orange juice and peach puree are provided for make-your-own mimosas and bellinis. Brunch is offered Sundays 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Chef Jose Mendin's Rivertail has unveiled a new seafood-driven brunch menu of creative and bold flavors that includes passion fruit ceviche with cobia, bay scallops, tiger shrimp, passion fruit, heirloom tomatoes, pearl onions, and crispy tostones. Other must-try items include the seafood nachos stuffed with blackened tiger shrimp, guacamole, and crab queso or the spicy brioche tuna toast topped with yellowfin tuna and spicy aioli. Brunch is offered on Saturday noon to 4 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m
RIVERDALE, N.Y. – In front of a sold-out Draddy Gymnasium, Manhattan rallied to force overtime before falling to Iona, 84-76, on Friday night.The Jaspers battled back from 15 down in the second half to force overtime in front of a raucous crowd."Great atmosphere tonight. I want to thank the 6th Borough, the administration, and everyone for coming out. The alumni and student sections were awesome," said interim head coach ...
RIVERDALE, N.Y. – In front of a sold-out Draddy Gymnasium, Manhattan rallied to force overtime before falling to Iona, 84-76, on Friday night.
The Jaspers battled back from 15 down in the second half to force overtime in front of a raucous crowd.
"Great atmosphere tonight. I want to thank the 6th Borough, the administration, and everyone for coming out. The alumni and student sections were awesome," said interim head coach RaShawn Stores. "I am so proud of this team and to see the support tonight; that is what it is all about."
The first half of the game favored Iona (13-6, 6-2 MAAC). The Gaels led by as many as 11 over the opening 20 minutes. In the second half, the Jaspers were able to match what the Gales were scoring to keep their lead from growing and chip away at the lead. The basket that changed the course of the second half was a 3-pointer by Nick Brennen, assisted by Samir Stewart. The triple from Brennen made it 49-39.
After a pair of Iona free throws, James Jewell bookended a 9-0 run spanning three minutes. Jewell's layup at the end of the run made it a three-point game, 51-48. Josh Roberts brought the crowd to a fever pitch with a dunk during the stretch.
Over the last three minutes, the Jaspers (6-11, 4-4) and the Gales went toe to toe. Stewart followed a Marques Watson layup with a deep 3-pointer to bring the Jaspers to within two, 63-61, with 3:03 left. Stewart made it a personal 5-0 run with two free throws to level the game at 63.
Iona took the lead twice inside the final 100 seconds, and each time the Jaspers responded. Roberts put home a layup to knot it at 65 with 61 seconds left. After an Osborn Shema triple, Stewart got a pass from Brennen and forced overtime when he connected from deep with 20 seconds remaining.
In overtime, Watson gave Manhattan its first lead since it was 3-2 on a layup on the first possession. Iona responded with a 13-2 over 3:45 to build separation. The Gaels' lead grew to as many as nine.
The top scorers of the game tonight included Stewart with 18 points, nine of those coming from 3-pointers. Behind Stewart was Brennen with 12 points on three 3-pointers. Three other Jaspers were in double figures; Jewell, Ant Nelson, and Watson each had 10. Nelson added seven rebounds and seven assists. Defensively, Roberts led the team with a game-high 14 rebounds. In addition to his defensive contributions, Roberts amassed 9 points, one point away from back-to-back double-doubles.
Iona also had five players score in double figures. Walter Clayton Jr. led the way with a game-high 21 points and added six assists.
The Jaspers play again this Sunday, Jan. 22, at 2 p.m. in Lawrenceville, N.J., against Rider on ESPN+.
For the latest on the Manhattan College men's basketball program, follow the Jaspers on Twitter @JaspersMBB and Instagram @Jaspers.MBB.
A project more than five years in the making has finally come to fruition for Miami chef Jeremiah Bullfrog.This month, the former chef to rapper Rick Ross reopened Square Pie City with its first standalone brick-and-mortar spot in the Magic City.The Miami native told New Times he began experimenting with square-pan pies in late 2016 with a g...
A project more than five years in the making has finally come to fruition for Miami chef Jeremiah Bullfrog.
This month, the former chef to rapper Rick Ross reopened Square Pie City with its first standalone brick-and-mortar spot in the Magic City.
The Miami native told New Times he began experimenting with square-pan pies in late 2016 with a goal of opening a brick-and-mortar restaurant. After several setbacks, including the pandemic, Bullfrog instead chose to launch the concept via pop-up, making regular appearances at Boxelder and Babe's Meat Counter.
The chef later opened his first permanent location inside Miami Beach's Time Out Market in 2021, offering an expanded menu with a focus on the Motor City's most iconic foodstuffs, the deep-dish square pie. A year later, in May 2022, Bullfrog left the food hall to expand into a larger, standalone location, resuming his pop-ups in cities like Nashville, Chicago, and Orlando while prepping for the move.
Now, Square Pie City is back in business with a new home that opened earlier this month on the western edge of the Miami Design District. The casual space offers a walk-up counter for to-go orders, a quick meal where you can snag $4 slices for lunch, and indoor seating for dine-in guests. An online ordering platform on the website is also available for both takeout and delivery.
The experience, explains Bullfrog, is meant to recreate the slice-shop vibe you'd find at pizza shops across the Northeast.
"We want people to be able to have that type of experience in Miami, the culture where you walk in and tell the pizza chef how you want your slice cooked — maybe you want it well done, or add some pepperoni," explains Bullfrog. "That's why we put our deck oven next to the counter. We want customers to have that conversation."
Fans of Square Pie will find the menu hasn't changed much. You can still find Bullfrog's most popular red and white pies with the option for vegan or gluten-free substitutes prepared using the chef's 72-hour, double-fermented dough. Like most Detroit square pies, the thick base is first topped with cheese before it's smothered in a layer of sauce and baked to form the style's quintessential crispy edges.
At the new restaurant, diners can choose from a menu of half pies (four slices), and full pies (six slices) priced between $17 and $34, or create their own with a variety of scratch-made toppings. Standout red pies include the "Classix," a combination of mozzarella, provolone, and Parmesan beneath a layer of "dat sauce," Bullfrog's proprietary marinara. There's also the familiar "Red in the Head, Fire in the Bed," a spicy pie that offers heat from Calabrian chilies and chili-infused oil.
White pies include the "All White E’rrythang," topped with mozzarella, housemade ricotta, Parmesan, and roasted garlic, and the "Many Magical Mushrooms," topped with caramelized cremini mushrooms, mozzarella, asiago, garlic, and a housemade porcini "dust."
While most options are familiar favorites, there's one new menu item worth getting excited about: Bullfrog's new thin-crust, round pie.
"I've had one on my mind for a couple of years, mentally working how we would do our version," explains Bullfrog, who based his thin crust off memories of Rotonda Pizza while traveling in Rome.
Thin crust pies are available during dinner service and sold as whole pies or tavern-cut slices for dine in or takeout. Unlike the deck oven cooked square pies, these are made using a malt-kissed, low-hydration dough that cooks into a flavorful, crispy crust from the high temperature of the in-house wood-burning oven.
For now, the pies are available only during dinner says Bullfrog. "You can take it to-go, but you really want to eat it there, when it comes out of the oven. Doesn't get any better than that."
The wood-burning oven will also offer daily specials, including Bullfrog's broccoli rabe, half-roasted cauliflower, smoked chicken wings, and mortadella meatballs, the chef's recipe executed by Babe's Meat Counter. There also will be a secret menu offering one-off daily or weekly specialty items announced via Instagram and a cocktail program designed by Mike Parish, formerly of Broken Shaker, that will highlight small-batch, vermouth-based spirits.
"There's still so much we're waiting to bring on line. There are a lot of fun things in the works. Something I've always been about is supporting our industry. It's important, as restaurateurs, that we have an ongoing conversation about what will make Miami better. We're constantly trying to make the space better, so we can make Miami better," sums up Bullfrog.
Square Pie City. 3918 N. Miami Ave., Miami; 786-408-3591; squarepiecity.com.