Monday, February 4, 2013
What was your favorite commercial from the night
Whether you were rooting for the Ravens or the 49ers, chances are you didn't turn the volume off when the commercials came on. We want to know what your favorite commercial last night was and why? Did it rank as one of your all time favorites? Or is there one that still sticks out for you after all these years? Attached are some of the Super Bowl ads from last night - in case you missed them! Tell us what your favorite was in the comments!
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Will Princess the Camel's prediction put the Ravens over the hump?
Princess the Camel of Popcorn Park Zoo has a thing for underdog stories. As a football pick prognosticator, Princess has predicted the Baltimore Ravens will come out on top in Super Bowl XLVII. “She thought about it for a while,” said John Bergmann, general manager of Popcorn Park, located in Lacey Township. Princess, who has been prognosticating for the past seven years, has the uncanny ability to predict the outcome of games. This season she is 11-6, having missed several weeks due to Popcorn Park’s involvement in rescuing animals after Hurricane Sandy. For Super Bowls, Princess’ record is 7-1. The last few Super Bowls, she has gone with underdogs, Bergmann said. Princess makes her decisions based on graham crackers, Bergman said. Each …
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Whether your team is playing or not, everyone looks forward to Super Bowl-style eating. Here are the best places to get game day grub, as well as some easy recipes you can whip up yourself at home.
On Feb. 3, Super Bowl Sunday XLVII will commence. Some people look forward to the game, the funny commercials and the halftime show (Destiny’s Child reunion!). But others are solely there for the wings, the nachos and the pizza—and rightfully so. There’s something about Super Bowl food that gives the day an almost Thanksgiving-like aura. Both events boast a big, communal meal—except on Super Bowl Sunday, it’s usually deep fried and covered in Buffalo sauce. In Matawan and Aberdeen, there are plenty of local places that offer catering, and many restaurants that specialize in Super Bowl favorites like hot wings. Grocery & Deli Catering & Delivery If you’d rather whip something up yourself, try these easy recipes: Wendy’s Super Easy Super …
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
The Giants held a parade in Manhattan and a celebration at MetLife Stadium on Tuesday. Did you go?
Two Tuesday celebrations - one in New Jersey and one in New York City - commemorated the Giants win over the Patriots in the Super Bowl on Tuesday. We want to know who went, and we'd like to hear about your experiences, whether you went to the city or up to the Meadowlands. The celebration began with a parade in New York that, according to WPIX, started at 11 a.m. at Battery Place and Washington Street and went through the Canyon of Heroes to Worth Street. A ceremony was then held at City Hall, where the members of Big Blue will receive keys to the city. Gov. Chris Christie announced on Monday that a separate rally would be held Tuesday at 3 p.m. for the Giants at their home stadium. If you went, we'd love to hear your stories and see …