It was there that I also spoke to three of the artists about their professional life in the high-stakes game known as the art world. These athletes aren't your basement-starving artists. It's been their life mission to work hard on the field or court, and now in their art.
I grew up in a strict Catholic home, where there was zero tolerance of an alternative take on abortion. Partially in reaction, I've been pro-choice ...
While earning good grades and participating in a sport might be easy and and effortless for some, it is quite an achievement for a young man or woman who battles hunger, an unpredictable home life, and other challenges.
How do you go from being on top of the world with a multimillion dollar contract to filing for bankruptcy? By spending like it is never going to end. Former football superstars are finding that out the hard way.
Coaches and athletes are gearing up for games underneath the Friday night lights, training camps are in full swing, complete with tackling techniques, agility drills and conditioning. Now is the time to get your head in the game when it comes to your athlete's helmet.
Geno Smith is not a leader. Period. It would have been simply inconceivable for a Peyton Manning or a Joe Namath or [enter here the name of any great QB] to be shown such disrespect and punched for an off the field reason by a teammate.
The purpose of this post is not to argue either side, so Patriots fans, please read the whole thing before you come looking for me.
The rhyming picture book shows a sick boy watching his friends play football in the street through his bedroom window. The story progresses through how the parents try to give the boy hope and courage by connecting him with his love for football.
While the gridiron may allegedly flow with milk and honey, the supply of Jets fans who thought Geno Smith was capable of leading them to glory were few and far between, even before a teammate felt the need to ruin his grill piece.
Last week was hard on media stocks. For a couple of days it looked like the dire warnings about cord-cutting and millennial TV viewing had proven out.
What made Frank Gifford truly gifted was that he was much more than a great football player. Unlike many great athletes who disappear from the face of the earth after their time in professional sports, Gifford was different and a true champion in everything he did.
The sad truth is, some institutions at all levels are failing children and young adults - in particular those who disproportionately make up the bulk of popular college- and professional-level sports, such as basketball and football: Black and Brown males.
San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith was arrested Thursday night, accused of hit and run, DUI and vandalism. With a grim and heavy tone, head Coach Jim Tomsula announced on Friday that Aldon Smith would be released from the team.
Stop the bleeding! In an attempt to bridge the football fan base gender gap, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers launched the worst women's initiative in the team's history. Tampa Bay women are seeing red after the Bucs unveiled their RED campaign on Thursday.
Think of that thing that you've been dreaming about for the longest....the dream you want SO bad to come true. What is it? For Caraun Reid, my friend and fellow Princeton alum, that "thing" was to be a NFL player.
Morehouse College's Atheltic Department faces a three-year probation and $5,000 fine for three major violations of NCAA bylaws occurring from 2009 to 2015. In July, the NCAA released the public infraction decision as part of its agreement with Morehouse College.