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8 Style Finds for an Elevated Spring Season

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As springtime rolls back around, so too does the opportunity for fresh beginnings as days stretch and the weather warms. With the season spurring sentiments of rejuvenation and reassurance, now is a great time to spearhead a renewed effort to feel and look your best. To achieve this worthy goal, you’ll want to spruce up your seasonal style—whether that means ... Read More »

14 Travel Options That’ll Spoil You Superbly

With America having suffered a pretty harsh winter from coast to coast, would-be wanderers are rejoicing as the weather warms and vacation venues beckon with stellar offerings. In fact, industry growth this travel season is indubitably (and understandably) poised to impress as outlined in the Skift Global Travel Economy Outlook 2019 and numerous other reports. But as the hospitality trade ... Read More »

Women Athletes A Driving Force Behind Pace University’s Revitalized Athletic Program

PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. – March 18, 2019–Pace women are leading the way in its newly revitalized athletics program. Women’s teams – particularly the field hockey team – has amassed a slew of awards. The team is only four years old and has attracted top athletes. This year, Pace University’s field hockey program made history, placing first in the Northeast Conference’s 2017 ... Read More »

$400 million in legal bets could be made on NCAA Tournament

U.S. SPORTSBOOKS COULD GENERATE $400 MILLION IN LEGAL BETS ON MARCH MADNESS, ACCORDING TO THELINES.COM ANALYSTS Handle in Nevada and New Jersey should top $375 million for NCAA Tournament (ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.) —The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament could draw $400 million in legal wagers at online and retail sportsbooks across the country — a total that includes $300 ... Read More »

Game Preview: New York Rangers vs. Detroit Red Wings, Mar. 19

NEW YORK RANGERS vs. DETROIT RED WINGS Tuesday, Mar. 19, 2019, 7:00 p.m. ET Madison Square Garden – New York, NY   Rangers: 28-31-13 (69 pts) Red Wings: 25-37-10 (60 pts)   * See the attached documents for additional information on all Rangers players and the Rangers’ portion of game notes for tomorrow’s game   TOMORROW’S GAME The Rangers play their ... Read More »

March Madness Stats & Facts + 2019’s Best Cities for College Basketball Fans – WalletHub Reports

With March Madness just under a week away, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its March Madness Stats & Facts infographic as well as its report on 2019’s Best Cities for College Basketball Fans and accompanying videos to help get hoops lovers psyched for this magical time of year. To find 2019’s top spots for NCAA hoops, WalletHub crunched the ... Read More »

NEW YORK RANGERS PROSPECT REPORT: MAR. 11

NEW YORK RANGERS PROSPECT REPORT: MAR. 11   RANGERS PROSPECT FEATURE – click the following link to see a behind-the-scenes feature on Morgan Barron’s development this year at Cornell:   https://www.nhl.com/rangers/video/prospect-profile-morgan-barron/t-277437422/c-66677503     Vitali Kravtsov tallied an assist, recorded four shots on goal, and posted a plus-two rating in Game 4 of Traktor’s Quarterfinals series against Avtomobilist; the game was ... Read More »

New York City FC 24-Hour Game Presented By Degree Deodorant​

  UPDATED PHOTOS & VIDEOS: New York City FC 24-Hour Game Presented By Degree Deodorant​ NEW YORK, N.Y., March 9, 2019 – New York City Football Club (NYCFC) kicked off its second annual 24-Hour Game presented by Degree Deodorant at Rockefeller Center® yesterday. More than 700 New Yorkers will take part in the pop-up soccer game on the iconic Plaza over 24 consecutive hours of ... Read More »

Podcast Audio: ‘The Sports Watchdog’ Radio Show Features ASU Men’s Tennis Coach Matt Hill

Check out this jam-packed episode of The Sports Watchdog Radio Show on KDUS Sports Radio Phoenix! In addition to an exclusive interview with Arizona State men’s tennis coach Matt Hill; it featured commentary on the NFL trade saga between Antonio Brown and the Pittsburgh Steelers, college basketball bracketology and Real Madrid’s early exit from the Champions League tournament thanks to ... Read More »