Here’s how athletes have been standing up for black lives and making a change.
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A musical legend is gone, but the music industry may just be letting out a sigh of relief.
As a parent, you learn what real perfection actually looks like. And it’s not perfect.
Yeah, it’s staged, but Pro Wrestling taught me plenty of valuable life lessons.
Jay Snook attended this year’s Wizard World in Sacramento, and it was one for the record books This years’s Wizard World Comic Con has come and gone in Sacramento, and man was there so much to see and do for fans of all ages. I had the chance to be there all three days, and…
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Several studies appear to show quite noticeable associations between hosting and performance at World Cups and suicide rates.
Today I hang up my childhood like The Undertaker did his boots and relish in the good ol’ days.
Growing up is going to happen, and when it does we need to learn to re-balance what’s truly important. But we also must remember sports binds us together; it runs through us and connects us. That goofy camaraderie of sports keeps that little kid inside us going.
Nothing quite captures the imagination and the connects the fans to sport, like that rare story of a comeback attempt or the even rarer tale of a regular guy unexpectedly coming from nowhere, from the realm of mere mortals – those who watch the game – to the playing field at the highest level.
What is more important when picking a favorite sports team: tradition or location? Larry Bernstein shares losing, love, and baseball with his 9-year-old son.
Your 13-year-old daughter wanted to see a band she believes is greater than The Rolling Stones will ever be, a band known as One Direction. So here you are.