Simone Biles Scores Big on the Cover of Vogue

July 10, 2020

Simone Biles, the greatest gymnast of all time, has landed the cover of Vogue Magazine! Biles has 19 Gold medals (25 overall World medals), and this upcoming issue of Vogue should be celebrated as another great achievement. .@Simone_Biles stars on the cover of our August issue! With the 2020 Olympics postponed and a shadow hung […]

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Ivy League Schools Make Smart Move, No Fall Sports

July 9, 2020

The Ivy League Schools made it official Wednesday. Fall sports would not be held during the coming semester because of concerns about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The decision affects football, soccer, cross country, field hockey and volleyball. On March 10, the Ivy League was the first college sports entity to announce that its basketball conference tournament […]

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Beats By Dre Signs NASCAR Driver Bubba Wallace 

July 8, 2020

According to WDKX’s Flo Anthony Gossip To Go With Flo on the WDKX Wake-Up Club. Bubba Wallace has just signed a new endorsement deal. The NASCAR driver has signed a personal services agreement with Beats by Dr. Dre. Beats by Dre was scheduled to make the announcement later in the week, but in a show […]

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$500 Million Deal For NFL QB Patrick Mahomes And Kansas City Chiefs

July 7, 2020

Patrick Mahomes is the best quarterback in the NFL, or at least the highest paid. The Kansas City Chiefs star won the Super Bowl in February (pre-pandemic) and was named MVP. Now, the Chiefs signed Mahomes to a 10 year, 500 million deal, keeping him in KC until the year 2031, $477 million guaranteed. According […]

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WNBA Star Moore, Fought For Justice And Won It For Jonathan Irons

July 6, 2020

WNBA Minnesota Lynx star Maya Moore put her basketball career on hold, to fight for Jonathan Irons, a man wrongfully convicted of burglary and assault. Irons was sentenced to 50 years in prison for burglary and shooting Stanley Stotler. With no witnesses or physical evidenc, Stotler testified in court that Irons (16 at the time) had […]

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Gyms Across New York State Filed A Class Action Lawsuit

July 7, 2020

Many New Yorkers across the state have been itching to get back into the gym, me being one of them. We all thought that gyms would’ve been a part of the Finger Lakes region phase 4 reopening. Gym owners in New York State are now filing a class action case against the state of New […]

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Washington Redskins Review Team Name

July 4, 2020

On Friday, Head Coach Ron Rivera of the Washington Redskins announced that officials on the team were considering a name change, something that has been a subject of controversy for some time now. In a statement to the media, the team said: “In light of recent events around our country and feedback from our community, […]

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Mahershala Ali to Play Jack Johnson on HBO 6 Part Series

July 2, 2020

According to Variety, Mahershala Ali will portray Boxing Great Jack Johnson on HBO. Johnson was the first ever Black heavyweight boxing champion. The 6 part series is based on the PBS documentary “Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson.” Produced and directed by Ken Burns. Dominique Morisseau will serve as writer and executive […]

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NBA Supports Black Lives Matter Movement With Court Mural

July 2, 2020

ESPN Announced Wednesday that it will continue to support the Black Lives Matter movement when the 2019-2020 season picks back up at the end of July. The courts in Orlando that the season will take place on will all have a Black Lives Matter mural painted on both sidelines. The WNBA will be doing the […]

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Red Wings Cancels Its 2020 Season

July 1, 2020

The Minor League Baseball league has announced that all 160 of its teams will not be playing this season due to COVID-19 This is the first time since the league’s inception that a season won’t happen. Rochester Red Wings CEO Naomi Silver released a statement Tuesday, saying: “While this saddens me and so many of […]

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