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XLVI

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Meet the "Real Housewives" of Indy

Oh, Jimmy Fallon. Thank you. Thank you time and again for your many bountiful gifts to our city, whether regaling Butler University coeds with your presence or putting out a “Late Night” segment like this.

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Super Song: See Madonna's New Football-Themed Music Video

The Queen of Pop is now vying for another title: the Queen of Pigskin.

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Super Suffering: One Fan's Take on the East Coast Matchup

Dave Seminara often writes for Indianapolis Monthly and covers sports for The New York Times, ESPN, and other publications. This season, he published several articles for the Times from the perspective of a Buffalo Bills fan—for whom the Super Bowl XLVI matchup represents extreme agony. Here, his final word.

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Goodell and Other Guys in Suits Have Love Fest

This morning, Roger Goodell, Jim Irsay, Greg Ballard, Mark Miles, Andre Carson, and Eugene White—for the uninitiated, see their lofty titles below—shared a dais. They appeared at the brand new Chase Near Eastside Legacy Center on the campus of Arsenal Technical High School, made possible by donations tied to the Super Bowl. This was the feel-good portion of the Super Bowl extravaganza.

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My Super Job: Ben Snyder

Name: Ben Snyder

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Dine Like Jimmy Fallon

Looks like he ate Recess out of seared Spanish sardines.

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Ryan Gosling, There You Are!

Just when you thought the blond-coiffed heartthrob actor couldn’t get more adorable … yes!

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Super Bowl Bar-nomics

Rock Bottom downtown upped its beer stock this week from its usual 18 barrels to 180 barrels, and is expecting $200,000 in profit (compared to the $900,000 it usually makes…in a year).

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RUMOR HAS IT: Madonna Parties, Cher Sneaks In & More

Super City sources heard that Madonna has rented out a somewhat unlikely palindromic restaurant in Broad Ripple for a bash (it better have spicy fried chicken for Nicki Minaj), and Cher was trying to rent a house in Carmel for mega money … Ryan Gosling threatened to dethrone Jimmy Fallon as toast of the town as word of his bar-hopping kept tweeters up late on Tuesday night. Kilroy’s and Scotty’s Brewhouse debunked the rumor that the shoulda-been Sexiest Man Alive visited their joints, although a source close to the actor’s team indicated that he had been downtown. Maybe someone meant to tweet that they had seen Colts general manager Ryan Grigson or Jon Gosselin. Damn you, autocorrect! … Julio Iglesias and Reggie Wayne were spotted on the Circle enjoying the balmy Wednesday … New England Patriots receiver Chad Ochocinco hit up the Starbucks inside Barnes & Nobles at the IUPUI Campus Center, across from University Place Hotel, where the Patriots are staying … Miss America Laura Kaeppeler, who will be a guest at the Taste of the NFL Saturday night, needed a cop’s help hailing a cab outside Palomino last night, and evidently the cop thought the taxi driver needed help knowing that his fare, who wore a supersized crown, was Miss America. 

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TURF Talk: A Hidden Super Bowl Gem

If you haven’t yet been to see TURF: IDADA Art Pavilion, make the trip to 202 N. Alabama St. before Super Sunday draws to a close. It’s possible that the Super Bowl won’t be a once-in-a-lifetime experience for Naptowers after all, but stepping into a 1930s-era séance probably will be.

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Janet Napolitano and the Pope Walk Into a Bar…

Super Bowl security is no laughing matter (it’s actually as serious as a visit from the Pope), but today’s press conference to discuss the issue sure turned giggly. Led by Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano, the midday briefing started out like a recital of a PowerPoint presentation. And then, just as Napolitano was sitting down after […]

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Super-razzi [draft]

How to send us your pics and tips:

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The Most Expensive Drink at the Super Bowl?

When it comes to making cash during the biggest event this city’s seen, Sensu is stocked and ready to serve loaded East Coast visitors. The deliveries have been rolling in, including cases of Grey Goose in an array of flavors, Patron, and Jack Daniel’s. You know, the usual. 

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Tennessee Wants Pey Back

Comehomepeyton.com, a fan-based effort to lure still-Colts QB Peyton to AFC South rival Tennessee, has joined the ranks of the successful “Start Tebow” campaign.

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Tony Dungy Back in Indy to Offer (Baskets of) Hope

Tony Dungy had 1,000 volunteers and 7,000 empty baskets greet him when he arrived at Bankers Life Fieldhouse yesterday morning. When he exited, the baskets had been filled and shipped by United Parcel Service to America’s 32 NFL cities for distribution. 

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