This week’s guest is former Sports Illustrated writer, and New York Times best selling author, Jeff Pearlman. Jeff talks about the love/hate relationship he has
Last week, around the time that Matt Lauer was being exposed as the sexual deviant du jour, I found myself asking the question of how,
Emmy Award winning TV producer Mike Avila stops by to talk about his SYFYwire.com docu-series “So Much Damage: The Oral History of Image Comics”. [soundcloud
Back in high school, I worked for a major, New Jersey based supermarket chain. I worked there from the ages of 16-19. It was your
With this year’s baseball Hall of Fame class less than two months from being unveiled, a monkey wrench was thrown in the works, when Hall
Most times when I talk about my childhood, I usually refer to my childhood dream being that one day I would be patrolling centerfield for
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I feel very strongly about amateur and youth sports. For much of the last 20 years, I have been involved in youth or amateur athletics
We are less than a week removed from the superbly fought bout between Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin, and the controversial decision that ended the
It’s unbelievable that we’re already approaching the first anniversary of Donald Trump’s stunning election night defeat of then-Presidential favorite, Hillary Clinton.
In that time, a lot has changed, and whether you voted for Donald Trump or not, it’s hard to argue that this nation isn’t more divided than ever.