In case you weren't watching last night (and don't lie, we saw you at Whole Foods), the Steelers beat the Cardinals in last night's Super Bowl, 27–23. If you heard all your neighbors roaring halfway through the game, it was probably when James Harrison intercepted the ball and ran a record-breaking 100 yards to a touchdown. It was a good game, with thrilling comebacks on both sides. Bruce Springsteen was pretty awesome, and Jennifer Hudson turned the national anthem into an R&B ballad. Okay, you can go back to being a New Yorker now. [NYT]
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