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WOW! Time to Check out Warriors of Wrestling

It has been a fun journey covering local independent wrestling this past year. I’ve always endorsed the Northeastern U.S. and more specifically, NYC, as being a place that offers so many great options for pro wrestling enthusiasts. Wrestling shows at MSG are special but the charm and personal touch of a small independent show is hard to replicate. Broadening my ... Read More »

NFL Weekend with John Brockway

NFL WEEK 8 GAME PICKS LAST WEEK: 8-6 SEASON RECORD: 66-38 TOP GAMES PATRIOTS AT BILLS: THE PATS OFFENSE WILL LOOK TO USE THEIR TIGHT ENDS IN FAVORABLE MATCHUPS AND THEIR DEFENSE WILL FORCE TYROD TAYLOR TO STAY IN THE POCKET AND FORCE BUFFALO TO WIN WITH THE PASSING GAME. THE BILLS OFFENSE MUST FIND SOMEONE TO MAKE PLAYS IN ... Read More »

9 Ways to Achieve Diet & Weight-Loss Success

Courtesy JBIT MedPro

As health-seekers strategize their diet and fitness approach for the holiday gluttony season and those inevitable New Year’s resolutions just beyond, there are a few simple but key considerations that can make all the difference between a successful—and even profitable—weight-loss endeavor and a wellness endeavor that falls far short. In seeking expert advice I connected with diet and fitness industry ... Read More »

World Series Preview by Mike Lalor

Hope everyone is well out there — it’s good to be back, and just in time for the best part of the 112th World Series. Tied at one game apiece, the American League Champion Cleveland Indians and the National League Champion Chicago Cubs moved to Wrigley Field in Chicago for Games 3, 4, and 5. Friday night’s Game 3 was ... Read More »

4 Reasons Women in Sports Need Life Insurance

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:::Industry women missing key piece of financial security & success; What they need to know::: Now more than ever, women within the sports sector are redefining their roles at work and  reaching great heights in the industry. They now have more options than ever, from full-time careers to hobby-driven “side hustles,” with stops nearly everywhere in between. But, while women ... Read More »

16 Tech-Driven Wellness Innovations

Courtesy CureUV.com

With all of the excitement and buzz surrounding the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) coupled with the fact that the fall and winter flu, holiday survival and New Year resolution seasons are all on fast approach, now is the perfect time to explore some innovations—gadgets, appliances and other science-based solutions aimed at improving our collective well-being. Indeed, the health, wellness, ... Read More »

Three Periods with Dan Mount: A Look at the NHL

Hello, everyone. It’s Dan Mount with another edition of the Three Periods blog. The World Cup of Hockey is over and Canada swept Europe, two games to none, in the made-for-television event. We take a look on if the event will be back and what I think should be done to improve it. This week I’ll also start breaking down ... Read More »

NFL Weekend with John Brockway

INJURY REPORT • TEXANS DL J.J. WATT EXPECTED TO MISS REMAINDER OF SEASON AFTER RE-INJURING HIS BACK • COWBOYS WR DEZ BRYANT (KNEE) OUT FOR WEEK 4 • PATRIOTS QB JIMMY GAROPPOLO (SHOULDER) QUESTIONABLE FOR WEEK 4 • CHARGERS ILB MANTI TE’O OUT FOR SEASON WITH TORN ACHILLES’ • CHARGERS TE ANTONIO GATES (HAMSTRING) DOUBTFUL FOR WEEK 4 • CHARGERS ... Read More »

Can the Yankees’ Gary Sanchez win Rookie of the Year?!?

On Friday, September 23, 2016 Yankees’ phenom rookie-sensation Gary Sanchez was officially nominated for the American League’s Best Rookie despite the fact that he didn’t play his first Major League game until August 3rd. I have heard many fans clamoring for this accolade during Sanchez’s historic run and my typical response is, “he won’t have enough at bats to qualify ... Read More »

For Mets fans: McAndrew-Dyer Battery Strikes Again!

This story is “amazing” (Mets pun “right off-the-bat”) as it contains all the best things in life: family, long-time friends, baseball and yes, even a miracle! It all began in 1967 when a pitcher, Jim McAndrew and a catcher, Duffy Dyer were teammates on the New York Mets’ minor league team in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Not only were Jim and Duffy ... Read More »