I have been a Redskins fan for years and out of those years I have seen some things, but the offensive line didn’t give Robert… Read more »
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In preparation for Super Bowl 50, San Francisco created a pedestrian-only area geared toward tourists known as “Super Bowl City,” reported the Huffington Post. The… Read more »
I received a birthday gift from one of my loyal readers to celebrate my two year anniversary of having secured housing. I’ve known him for… Read more »
For more than 30 years, the equestrian community of our country has brought horses from all worlds (and distances) to converge at a fabulous race… Read more »
Last game home? Reds: Nats Won, made up for 7/8. (When Still Great)! [Mon Sep 28 Nats won a “rained out” game over congratulations 5-1]
Dear friends, sorry to say, this time there will be no jokes or poems- or even a jolly Glarph cartoon to break the gloom this… Read more »
Nats took the stage, But the D-Backs flipped the page! Ugh–In Chase Field, Few Triumphs did we feel; For, our “Boys” often yield A Passel… Read more »
Soccer and homelessness intersected in the heart of Manhattan when Street Soccer USA (SSUSA) hosted their third annual Times Square Cup on Sunday, July 12…. Read more »
Tom Brady led the New England Patriots to two fourth quarter touchdowns as they defeated the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 in Super Bowl 49. After trailing… Read more »
Who wants to scream “Fire” in a sold-out theater? That’s crazy, when the main attraction Provideth such great Satisfaction? This rail bird of thirty plus… Read more »
The Wizards are in the playoffs this season, in which both John Wall and Bradley Best stepped their games up by participating in the All… Read more »
I saw a man reach out in love and joy To someone little bigger than a boy. The subject of his adulation wore a shiny… Read more »
D.C. United, Washington’s professional soccer team, has been trying to build a new stadium since 2006. With a new stadium proposal in the works, they… Read more »
I am a deep-rooted Redskin fan. But this team has a history of being racist. The name Redskin is looked upon by Native Americans as being disparaging and insulting.
In working on my stories on American heroes I came across another great American athlete who was
also a great American.
When we talk about great American athletes, we talk about Michael Jordan, Joe Montana, Babe Ruth, Bobby Orr and Mohammed Ali. Yes, they all were… Read more »
The Kastles made American sports history on July 9. hey beat the Boston Lobsters, 25-12, for their 34th consecutive victory.
Athletes, organizations and even myself all have codes of conduct that should be followed. But what is a code of conduct? A code of conduct… Read more »
Jeffery McNeil describes a very interesting baseball game.
In my last column I looked at baseball at a few of the lessons baseball can teach us about democracy. This time I want to… Read more »