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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 »

Yankees Quick Hit by Bryan Revello

News has broken that the Yankees are having behind-the-scenes issues about how to proceed with the current club. An anonymous source told ESPN that General Manager Brian Cashman and others on the baseball operations side believe the team should sell at the deadline and plan for the future. However, Hal Steinbrenner and Randy Levine plus others on the business side ... Read More »

Tier 1 Wrestling Results from Brooklyn, NY

Tier 1 Wrestling Presents ‘One Year Later…’ Sunday July 10th, 2016 Brooklyn, NY THE “VISIONARY” RIGS ANOTHER VICTORY The opening contest of our stacked one year anniversary event was an impromptu one. The man who won Tier 1 Wrestling’s first official match, FEDERATED’s VsK, demanded competition. As the saying goes, be careful what you wish for. ‘The Visionary’ got competition ... Read More »

Tier 1 Wrestling Presents: “One Year Later..” Live in Brooklyn Tomorrow

Tier 1 Wrestling is celebrating their one year anniversary in style as “One Year Later..” comes to Brooklyn tomorrow afternoon. In just one short year, Tier 1 Wrestling has made a splash establishing themselves at the top of the New York independent wrestling scene and also making waves nationally working with WWNLive. The Wrestler’s Laboratory will also make its debut ... Read More »

Around NY Sports with Mike Lalor: Mets All-Star

After a miserable start to the week, which saw the Washington Nationals (49-32, 1st NL East) sweep the New York Mets (41-37, 2nd NL East) in Washington, D.C., the Mets returned home for a crucial stretch of games prior to the All-Star break. Heading into the series, the Mets anemic offense had scored only 8 runs in their previous 5 ... Read More »

Three Periods with Dan Mount: A Look at the NHL

Hello, everyone. It’s Dan Mount and it’s time once again for another edition of the Three Periods blog. Normally I would have started with the Stanley Cup Final, but the passing of the great Gordie Howe takes precedence over any championship series. The man known as Mr. Hockey passed away at the age of 88 after battling health issues. Howe ... Read More »

Problem Solving Stuff for Summer

Courtesy HeadBlade

I’ll admit it: I’m a fixer. Whenever there’s a problem at hand for myself or those around me I’m compelled to resolve it. All the better if I actually have the right merch for the occasion.  Luckily, the marketplace is teeming with items designed to solve problems and resolve common annoyances, including those particularly well-suited for summer. Check out these ... Read More »