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February 25, 1980 | Ken Rudeen
Bicylists in New York City enjoy a gift from on high—Central Park, that great green horizontal oasis in a gray vertical landscape. Cycling in winter in New York is sustained by that gift; it's just colder out there....
October 10, 1983 | Armen Keteyian
When the playwright John Howard Payne said in 1823 that there's no place like home, he wasn't speaking of sports, but any coach worth his whistle will verify the value of the home-field advantage.
October 22, 1984 | Jerry Devine
O.K., I'll admit that Billy Martin had more than his share of grief when he was the on-again, off-again skipper of the New York Yankees, but I wonder how he would've coped with managing a ball club that lost seven of...
October 31, 1977 | Walter Bingham
...the Bronx and Staten Island, too—not to overlook the boroughs of Queens and Brooklyn, through which he led a record field of 4,823 marathoners to the finish line in Central Park, winning the race for the second...
October 22, 1979 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
WEATHERBALLThe foul weather that prevailed during the World Series diminished the quality of play and alternately soaked and froze the fans. Some critics accordingly suggested it was time to turn back the clock and...