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Marathon Day 5 went down about a month ago, and it was a wild success. We had a record number of participants and a record number of finishers (17!). We were joined for most of the day by a couple … Continue reading
Morning has finally broken through the clouds and rain of yesternight, and the marathoners are lacing up their shoes. Check out the schedule over at Untapped New York’s feature– whether we see you at the Ferry Terminal at 11 AM … Continue reading
Facing elimination, U2 went with its famous ode to Martin Luther King, Jr. and fought to compete for one more day. However, it wasn’t a complete victory for the Irish, as Led Zeppelin’s “Good Times, Bad Times” took the gold with 99.8 … Continue reading
Marathon Day IV completely lived up to its sky high expectations. Thank you to all who came, and congratulations to finishers Orce, Democratic Adam, Angelie, Kevin B., Andrea and Matt Oliver. In addition, major shout out to co-adventurers Gayleem, Cristina, … Continue reading
We’re now 57 hours from game time. For those who don’t have access to Facebook to get the details there, consider this your road map to great times on Saturday. 10:40am. Meet at Staten Island Ferry Terminal (Manhattan). Look for … Continue reading
Taxis need not apply.
Adrock and I are both Triple H fans, so you’ll have to excuse the atrocious attempt to open our podcast with Motorhead’s “Time to Play the Game.” Rest assured, it will not be in the Peoples’ Choice Tournament. Other than … Continue reading
Anything can happen when you marathon.
Michelle Young, founder of UnTapped Cities, has built a dynamic set of sites exploring the lesser-known gems of some of the world’s great cities, including New York. Michelle and I did a fun interview last week about the past, present … Continue reading
Marathon Day, an event truly like any other, is a mere nine days away. Now in its fourth year, Marathon Day is a 26.2 drink trip through New York City’s five boroughs. It’s an opportunity to explore some of the … Continue reading