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Whether or not you are a football fan, this exciting sports event offers something for everyone. If you are gathering a big crowd for a "home-gating" party or watching with family, here are a few tips on how to gear-up for one of the most-watched TV events of the year.
If you're like many travellers visiting a city, beyond taking in the usual tourist attractions, you probably enjoy wandering off the beaten path to get a better sense of the town. Although exploring different districts and hoods can be fun, what's an even bigger blast -- and a sure way of finding out what makes the locals tick -- is to attend a major league sporting event.
The NFL is intervening in a court case that could determine whether or not Canadians will see U.S. Super Bowl ads, according
Prior to the Super Bowl we looked at Google Trends data (that measures changes in search terms) to see if the Super Bowl games had any effect on searching for online porn in 2014 and 2013. We found evidence that was consistent with the Challenge Hypothesis: "winning" states increased their searchers for porn terms and "losing" states decreased their searches for porn terms.
The Huffington Post Canada is proud to debut "Roughly 90 Seconds with Ed the Sock," a new pop culture video series starring
You've heard it before, the National Football League, aka, the No Fun League, takes itself too seriously. The league lets
With the Super Bowl upon us, there has never been a better time to engage your friends and co-workers with some spirited
Of all the ads that will be shown during Super Bowl Sunday, this is probably the one that matters most.
I'm a child of television and have grown up on great television. I recognize TV is a tough business and it's hard to make television that is good. Thankfully, good television is still being made and 2014 had its share of great TV moments. Here, some of my favourites.
I find society's reaction to offences committed by African American athletes and the Michael Phelps news disproportionate and eyebrow raising. It would appear that society has casually accepted his apology and his sponsors have not made any indication that they wish to distance themselves from him, as did many of the NFL's sponsors did after public backlash to the incidents above.