I live a pretty ordinary life, living in Florida, a state known for its paradise beaches as well as destructive hurricanes. For the last thirty years, I have been a physician assistant and I currently work Monday through Friday in a large healthcare system. At this point in my career, I have a pretty tame position, or at least I did until COVID came along. Be even still, after long days dressed in personal protective equipment, I come home, exercise, eat dinner and then read a book or watch TV; then it's off to bed. It really is a pretty boring life except for the one thing I live for; my dance life.
It seems like a lifetime ago that we were allowed to hop onto aeroplanes and fly to cities that would show us a little additional piece of the world puzzle. It was a regular occurrence for me to travel all over the United Kingdom and various other locations in Europe because of the work that I do. I work in the sport television industry and the last destination that I got to enjoy visiting was the magnificent Rome. Thus my flashback encompasses the sad truth that we cannot gather together at sporting events anymore, something I most certainly will never take for granted again.
The NBA's board of governors intends to approve a league proposal on a 22-team format to restart the season in Orlando, Florida, sources told ESPN.
My limited tailgating experience as a Plattsburgh grad has mostly been relegated to showing up and subsisting on the efforts of others. But add a minor past to a browser, and I’m an expert.
This trip back in time is basketball heavy as we look at some strong performances from the 1966 to 2019. In football we revisit an important game in Shaw history from the 1986 season. Check out these historic performances as we continue to explore the rich tradition of boys and girls athletics from East Cleveland, Ohio's only high school.
Our fifth blast from the past goes all the way back to 1950 and comes up to 2004. As we showcase some big time performances in Shaw sports history. Check out these historic performances as we continue to explore the rich tradition of boys and girls athletics from East Cleveland, Ohio's only high school.
As we journey back in time for the fourth occasion to look at some of the best moments in Shaw High School sports history, we showcase some big time performances. As said before, we have so much more to come in this series as we explore the rich tradition of boys and girls athletics from East Cleveland, Ohio's only high school.
I have been an on again of again wrestling fan. I'm definitely a bandwagon fan because I think I only caught the WWE when it was really popular. That's why it was a little different watching Wrestlemania 35 after so many years of not watching. There's obviously the problem of me not knowing some of the wrestlers anymore. I didn't even know the stories that were going on. So sit back and relax, this is what happened during my viewing.