Red Wings Welcomes NY’s New Outdoor Venue Guidance

May 6, 2021

On Wednesday, Governor Andrew Cuomo said that starting May 19, vaccinated spectators will be able to be seated normally, with no more social distancing. Younger Spectators that are currently ineligible for the vaccine will still be able to sit with vaccinated family members. Those fans who are not vaccinated who are eligible for the vaccine […]

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Sports Stadiums Asking Fans For Vaccine Passport To See Live Games

May 4, 2021

Top officials at the NBA and MLB are asking visitors to prove they’ve gotten their shots with “vaccine passport.” Citi Field, home of the New York Mets, are among a longer list of sports spaces that now require digital vaccine verifications. Using an app called Health Pass from technology company Clear for COVID-19 screening showing […]

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Buffalo Bills Select Gregory Rousseau in 1st Round of 2021 NFL Draft

April 30, 2021

With the 30th pick in the 2021 NFL Draft The Buffalo Bills select Gregory Rousseau edge rusher from Miami. The 6’7, 260 pound defensive end had 15.5 sacks in 2019 before he opted out of the 2020 Covid season. Our first pick of the 2021 NFL Draft. Welcome to Buffalo, Gregory Rousseau! #BillsMafia pic.twitter.com/5XPmvbP9BF — […]

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Floyd “Money” Mayweather Is Back Vs. YouTuber Logan Paul June 6th

April 28, 2021

Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr.is back! This time fighting YouTuber Logan Paul in an exhibition match June 6th at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami. The Mayweather-Paul fight had been initially scheduled for Feb. 20, but was postponed indefinitely. Under the previously reported terms of the fight, Mayweather will be required to weigh in under 160 pounds, […]

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Want To Attend A Buffalo Bills Game In 2021? You’ll Need To Get Vaccinated!

April 14, 2021

The Buffalo Bills will have fans back in Highmark Stadium for the 2021 NFL season. As long as fans are fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus. Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz said he is in favor of using the New York State Excelsior Pass as proof of vaccination for all fans and staff who are entering the […]

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A-Rod & Former Walmart CEO To Buy NBA Timberwolves/WNBA Lynx

April 13, 2021

Alex Rodriguez and former Walmart CEO Marc Lore are working together to buy the NBA Minnesota Timberwolves. The agreement, which also includes the WNBA’s Minnesota Lynx, opens a 30-day window for negotiations to be finalized. If accountants and attorneys for both sides agree, the deal would then need to be approved by the league. The reported […]

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Former NFL Player will have Brain Examined after killing 5 people and himself

April 11, 2021

Phillip Adams, 32, shot and killed 5 people and then took his own life.  After looking at his body, coroner, Sabrina Gast, had her office contact Boston University to look for CTE in his brain.  The former NFL player played 6 seasons and suffered 2 concussions. Dianne Gallagher reports: “The neurodegenerative disease results in Alzheimer’s-like […]

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Speed Played Role In Tiger Woods Crash

April 8, 2021

Some more information was release about the SUV crash that almost took the life of Tiger Woods back in February. Reports of the golf legend was driving at a high rate of speed at nearly 90 miles per hour that caused his SUV to flip over and crashed. Taco wood suffered serious injuries responders had […]

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Youth Ice Hockey Suspended in Monroe County

April 6, 2021

After a COVID-19 outbreak among coaches, players and fans, youth ice hockey has been suspended.  There were 240 people at the Regional Iceplex and 27 tested positive.  Everyone that was there was told to self-quarentine immediately. The County Director of Public Health, Dr. Michael Medoza said, “As per New York State guidance, higher risk sports competitions […]

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New Georgia Voting Law Faces Corporate Backlash

April 2, 2021

Over one week ago, a new bill was passed in Georgia that is designed to “ensure election integrity.” This bill creates new restrictions on mail-in and weekend voting while expanding some voters’ access to in-person early voting. Civil Rights advocates are speaking out against this new law as it disenfranchises Voters of Color. There are […]

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