The Art Market’s Reaction to Trump? Sales This Week Offer First Test

At Rockefeller Center on Sunday, milling outside Christie’s sales rooms — where private clients sipped mimosas as they took in one of Monet’s grainstacks — people in the art world sounded guardedly optimistic about how the auctions will perform this week, after a period of uncertainty exacerbated by the contentious American presidential election, Britain’s “Brexit” … Read more

Miesha Tate announces retirement after loss at UFC

It’s the end of a rollercoaster career for Miesha Tate. From realizing her dream and winning the UFC women’s bantamweight title when she defeated Holly Holm early this year to losing it by devastating first-round knockout at the hands of Amanda Nunes shortly thereafter, Tate has just about done it all. And now it’s time … Read more

Knicks fans will have to hold their noses to cheer for this bunch

Unless there was still some discounted Domino’s Pizza intrigue to be settled, Wednesday’s Nets-Knicks was over. With 30 seconds left, the Knicks led, 110-91. That’s when Brooklyn’s Rondae Hollis-Jefferson tried to score on a layup, but was knocked hard to the floor by Mindaugas Kuzminskas. Knicks teammate Willy Hernangomez then reached to help Hollis-Jefferson up, … Read more

NFL scores and more, Week 10: A Cowboys team you can feel good

It wasn’t so long ago that the Cowboys would have surely lost a game like the one they played against the Steelers on Sunday. The Cowboys teams we’re used to seeing probably would’ve thrown a soul-crushing interception with the 60 seconds or so that they had left after Pittsburgh scored on a fake spike. Probably … Read more