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Sunday: Live-Blogging Super Bowl XLIV at Sun Life Stadium

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With Super Bowl XLIV festivities in full swing, we hope we've given you a look into the sporting event the only way New Times knows how -- with plenty of sex, drugs, and other questionable activities. Our big game coverage will reach its climax Sunday, when staff writer Tim Elfrink live-blogs directly from Sun Life Stadium. Much like our take on guiding you through the week, don't expect boring play-by-play action. Elfrink promises an inside look at the football orgy known as the Super Bowl.

Tune into Riptide this Sunday at 6 p.m. EST for the party. We also encourage you, faithful reader, to play along with us as we give you the behind-the-scenes action.

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