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Joe DeLessio

August 26, 2013 | Feature
U.S. Open Eats

The players aren't the only ones serving at the National Tennis Center: Of the six on-site restaurants, one literally aces while a couple double-fault.

August 24, 2007 |
Who Needs Flushing Meadows?

Six ways to experience the U.S. Open without ever leaving Manhattan.

October 10, 2007 |
Costume Stalking

Hunting down the perfect Halloween getup can be murder, so we've combed the city and charted where to go for what.

October 10, 2007 |
Accessorize and Terrorize

Your guide to finding the perfect additions for your Halloween costume.

April 27, 2007
The Art of Baseball

The season's in full swing, and proof isn't just at the stadium. It's in the museums, too.

July 12, 2007
Minor-League Options

In minor-league baseball, most of the players are going nowhere and nobody cares who wins. Here's what really matters with the local teams.

April 13, 2009 |
A Pair of Promising Rookies

New York hasn’t unveiled a new major-league stadium since 1964. This month, we’ll get two in four days. Where to catch homers, eat burgers, score autographs, and upgrade your sight lines at Citi Field and the new Yankee Stadium.

April 6, 2009 | Intelligencer
Home

Tracking the rise of Citi Field.

February 24, 2005 | Bar Buzz
Barroom Free-For-All

You can get free pub grub with your happy hour if you know who's serving it. Twelve bars where the calories come complimentary.

March 9, 2007
When I Grow Up...

You rarely hear a child proclaim, "One day, I want to be an investment banker!" But perhaps that's just because Goldman Sachs doesn't sponsor a pre-K professional program. For kids with more exciting dream jobs, though, options abound.

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