NYC! Come join GQ’s Devin Gordon, Grantland’s Hua Hsu, New York Magazine’s Will Leitch and documentary filmmaker Ursula Liang as they discuss the GQ’s November 2012 Cover Star Jeremy Lin at the Museum of Chinese in America this Friday. Launching the museums new sports-relared public program series, MOCASPORTS, they’ll be discussing Lin’s compelling story and what the next chapter might hold for Linsanity. Details below.
ROCKETMAN: The Future of Jeremy Lin
Friday, November 9, at 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Admission: $10 non-members/ $5 MOCA members
RSVP required: firstname.lastname@example.org
Museum of Chinese in America
215 Centre Street
New York, NY 10013
Telephone: 212 619 4875
For more information and upcoming events, please visit www.mocanyc.org.
Joe Paterno’s final season began with wins—lots of them—and for a while it seemed as if he might retire at the top of his sport, an unblemished icon. It ended with TV cameras surrounding his house, a dying old man at his kitchen table writing a forced letter of resignation—and leaving the rest of us to wonder if we ever really knew Joe Pa at all. Our exclusive excerpt from a new biography:
“Dad,” he asked his father again, “did you know anything about Sandusky?”
“Other than the thing Mike told me, no,” Joe answered.
“Nothing? No rumors? The coaches never talked about it?”
“No. I don’t listen to rumors. Nothing.”
“Dad, this is really important. If there is anything you heard…”
“I didn’t hear anything, why are you badgering me? What do I know about Jerry Sandusky? I’ve got Nebraska to think about, I can’t worry about this.” Nebraska was the next game.
“I had to do everything I could to not cry right then,” Scott recalled.
“Look at this,” Rodgers said. “That’s embarrassing. Page 94 of the GQ thing here. That’s terrible.”
“It’s just not really my style,” Rodgers said. “I like my anonymity, I like my privacy. I like being able to be the quarterback during the week and, in the offseason, just be able to do what I want to do and not have to be in the public eye.”
“I like my anonymity” so much that I’ll comment on a high profile NY QB’s offseason actions which, in-turn, will help me hold on to the anonymity I so cherish.
On the photos Sanchez took for the magazine, Derrick Mason said he ribbed his quarterback a little today. Regarding one photo in particular where Sanchez is sitting in a bath tub, Mason said “I asked him if there were bubbles in that tub.” He said Sanchez told him to expect his catches to go down because of it.
On the photos Sanchez took for the magazine, Derrick Mason said he ribbed his quarterback a little today.
Regarding one photo in particular where Sanchez is sitting in a bath tub, Mason said “I asked him if there were bubbles in that tub.” He said Sanchez told him to expect his catches to go down because of it.
Even those people whose job it is to dig up dirt on celebrities can only shake their heads in amazement. “Derek Jeter could be a guru,” says Richard Johnson, the Los Angeles bureau chief of The Daily and legendary former editor of the New York Post’s gossip column, Page Six. “There’s never been any kiss-and-tell stuff where a girl breaks up with Jeter and then says what a creep he is. I don’t know how he avoids it. He must have some sort of vetting process—maybe he makes them fill out a questionnaire or has a psychological profile done. He’s incredible.”
Yes it is cool watching the Jets in the AFC Championship game