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Sexism on Display at Wrestling Show in Brooklyn after NYS Athletic Commission stops Intergender Match

By Bryan Revello, Editor in Chief This past Friday night, sexism reared its ugly head at an independent wrestling event in Brooklyn, NY. Fortunately, justice prevailed and gender equality was respected by the show’s end. ‘Empire State of Mind’ was a show co-promoted by local companies Tier 1 Wrestling and Warriors of Wrestling and featured some of New York’s top ... Read More »

Second Annual Celebrity Golf Classic delights Long Island

The New York Sportscene Children’s Foundation held its second annual Celebrity Golf Classic this past Monday at the Hamlet Golf and Country Club. This sell-out fundraising event saw attendees enjoy a full day of fun including golf with celebrities, a pool party for in-need kids featuring food games with Chef Paula Gottlieb, a TV quality celebrity chef cook-off and an ... Read More »

Mark West Wines a Winner for National Pinot Noir Day

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Today is “National Pinot Noir Day” so let’s celebrate this tasty varietal, which happens to be my personal favorite and a tasty respite after a day of sports and fitness. I know there are many other “Pinot People” out there who also adore California wines, so I wanted to mark the occasion by telling you about a few great options ... Read More »

Larry Mercer: A Legend in the Making

By Bryan Revello, Editor in Chief Larry Mercer is a man with passion. A man that has endured personal and professional hardships yet continues to rise above. Mercer gained popularity as a ring announcer/performer on the pro wrestling and mixed martial arts scene under the moniker “Larry Legend.” His announcing style and natural charisma have helped him climb the ladder ... Read More »

Back to College Products Improving Campus Life

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College students notoriously struggle on multiple fronts, most definitely to include their grocery and entertainment options…or even just scoring a quiet, private place to be productive. Often they’re relegated to whatever facilities their school offers. Vending machines, fuzzy TVs with limited channels, and noisy dorm rooms and crowded study halls can leave much to be desired.  Here are a few ... Read More »

Products That Score for Back to School

With summer nearing its end and the new school year in sight, now is the time to start planning for your student’s success both in and out of the classroom. Here are some inventive and otherwise snazzy finds that will have your child feeling good and looking great throughout the school day. Solo Active 17.3-inch Laptop/Tablet Backpack (www.Overstock.com) – $65.00 ... Read More »

Nobody Asked me But… by Mickey Charles

It’s like marriage. Only tougher, and with more wives than one can imagine…even the Mormons with their single accentuated purpose of propagating the herd and its already bountiful selection of more than willing candidates pales by comparison.  Picture life in the 1500’s, 1600’s, 1700’s and the world of the British firmly believing that almost all else on the planet was ... Read More »

Tier 1 Wrestling Celebrates Their One Year Anniversary

By Bryan Revello, Editor-in-Chief Last December, New York Sportscene featured a review of Tier 1 Wrestling calling it the “best new Indy you’ve never heard of.” Since that time, the New York City based independent wrestling company continues to impress fans having just celebrated their one year anniversary with a great show on July 10th in Brooklyn. Tier 1 Wrestling ... Read More »

Three Periods with Dan Mount: A Look at the NHL

Hello, everyone. It’s Dan Mount again and it’s time for another edition of the Three Periodsblog. Things usually get pretty slow in the summertime and the news grinds to a halt until things pick up before training camp in September. We will have the World Cup of Hockey to get excited for after Labor Day, but things aren’t as busy. ... Read More »