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For a football/sports geek who loves history, Advancing the Ball: Race, Reformation, and the Quest for Equal Coaching Opportunity in the NFL is my idea of a romance novel. If you’re looking for a book that will inform you, engage you, anger you and ultimately inspire you, this is it. Author Professor N. Jeremi Duru is a lawyer who took the time to research a story that impacts millions of fans. The author loves the law, the sport and the story and it shows.
For many, the Christmas season is the happiest times of the year. But for others with distance or reconfigured families, the holiday time adds greater stress. Much conversation is about how to split the time with both sides of the family. Newlyweds are working to create their own special systems. Blended or divorced families have already begun the holiday negotiations to see who will get to have the children on Christmas morning. It is a source of much stress and can really affect how you view the holidays if you don’t have a plan. But there are solutions – workable solutions – to make certain that you and your family have a wonderful day.
The United States Women’s Gymnastics Team – the Fab Five – are simply awesome. The young ladies represent a commitment to excellence, grit and steel determination. As they stood with hands over heart during the national anthem, I couldn’t help but notice that they are truly the Great American Melting Pot.
LaJuan Steels, Financial Aid Administrator at Cal State Northridge shared very important information for families who are applying for financial aid or reviewing scholarship offers.
No one knows the whole story but no matter what the truth is, we have heard enough to know that a decision was made to protect “the program” at Penn State and not the children. We have to really look at a culture where this is happening.
Even non-baseball fans will be easily carried away. The touching relationship of Beane and his daughter, the exuberant game day fun and the unpredictable season will suck you in even if you don’t know the difference between a ribbie and bunt.
My son, Jay, is now an unrestricted free agent for the first time in his career. July 26th was the first day that veteran free agents could be called. I tried not to think about when the call will come but in my heart, I keep hoping it will be soon.
The Citi Open is guaranteed to be fun for fans of all ages. Making sure that a wide audience could enjoy the competition, promoters and sponsors have moderately priced the tickets.
Tweet by D.J. the Sports Mom It is Tuesday Morning after the camp and I am still thanking God for allowing us to touch the lives of so many young men. This year marks the second annual Jay Richardson Foundation Life Skills Camp. It took place at Jay’s Alma Mater, Dublin Scioto High School in [...]