A portion of the NFL’s response to the Super Bowl ticketing controversy could be considered generous. But was some of it disingenuous? And is the NFL as committed to safety as it says?
The Arlington, Texas field is the latest stadium to be graced with the honor of hosting football’s biggest dance. Here’s a look at some of the historic stadiums it joins. (via TIME)
The blizzards may be upon us, but that doesn’t mean you can’t spice things up with a good chili. Here are NewsFeed’s five favorite February food festivals.
“He said he feels great — he lost six ounces.”
–MICKEY RAPHAEL, Willie Nelson’s longtime harmonica player on Nelson’s state of mind after being arrested for marijuana possession in Texas. (via Rolling Stone)
Even broken ribs and missed games couldn’t limit the astonishing impact he made as a Texas Ranger. (Via the New York Times)
A same sex couple in Texas wasn’t letting a silly thing like state law keep them from marrying one another.
Earlier this year in Super Bowl XLIV. the New Orleans Saints orchestrated a surprise onside kick, which turned the tide of the game. That might have been looked at as the single best football play of 2010, but a group of middle …
Baseball’s got a nasty World Series problem.
Deeming that history texts with a “pro-Islam/anti-Christian bias” should not be tolerated in Texas’ schools, the Texas Board of Education passed a resolution yesterday that requires publishers to follow their guidelines. (via AOL News)
America, has it really come to this?
Three weeks ago, Michael A. Green walked out of the Texas penitentiary system a free man — but only after spending 27 years in prison for a rape that DNA evidence proved he didn’t commit.