Jake Kring-Schreifels

Jake is a freelance sports and culture writer and proud Fordham alumnus living in Harlem. He was previously a senior editor at Yankees Magazine. His work has appeared in The Ringer, The New York Times, Esquire and GQ, among other fine publications.

All Articles From Jake Kring-Schreifels

20 Years Later, “School of Rock” Remains Jack Black’s Best Performance

Richard Linklater’s 2003 comedy perfectly encapsulates the actor’s musical gifts and cemented him as a comedic tour de force. He hasn’t replicated it since.

At MLS All-Star Week, Messi’s Arrival Scores Plenty of Optimism 

Messi will make his debut for Inter Miami CF on Friday in a Leagues Cup match against Cruz Azul

The Unrelenting Energy of Michael J. Fox

A new documentary examines the actor's career and his refusal to be slowed down by Parkinson's

The New AI-Enhanced Features at The Masters, Explained

We talked AI with former Masters winner and current CBS lead golf analyst Trevor Immelman

The 10 Best Movies and TV Shows at SXSW 2023

From surrealist comedy to a nun doing battle with AI, this year's festival had it all

Behind the Scenes of Natasha Lyonne's "Poker Face"

Showrunners Nora and Lilla Zuckerman explain the strategy behind the delightful procedural

Andrew Weitz Is More Than Just a Hollywood Stylist

The former agent counts Tom Brady among his celebrity clients

The 15 Best Films at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival

From shocking horror to theater-kid comedy, this year's slate of movies didn't disappoint

Tennis Pro Taylor Fritz Is Ready for His Sport to Blow Up

As he prepares for the Australian Open, the No. 9-ranked player is excited for his starring role in a new Netflix docuseries

Tommy Paul Is Ready for the US Open Spotlight

The 25-year-old has collected four victories against Top-10 opponents over the last 10 months. Now, he’s hoping to make a name for himself in New York.

What “The Last Dance” Missed About the Murder of Michael Jordan’s Father

Director Matthew Perniciaro’s “Moment of Truth” sheds serious doubt on the verdict of the nearly three-decades-old cold case

The NBA’s Best Players Love the All-Star Game’s “Elam Ending.” Could It Ever Stick?

After debuting at least year's All-Star Game, the untimed, possession-based format has won its share of admirers