Sports

Professional Mexican Wrestler Vows To Help Protect Pacific Coastline

by Michael dEstries

While I’ve yet to see the Jack Black movie, Nacho Libre, its take on the Mexican Wrestling league, or Lucha Libre, has me interested. At least, that’s what I can

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Green Pro Skateboarder Featured On Grist

by lynn

While skateboard tricks and stunts always amaze me, I’ve never really been a big fan of skateboarders, who generally just fly under my radar. And then there’s Bob Burnquist. Grist’s

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Films Stars Meet For Charity Football Match

by lynn

Ho Chi Minh City played host to a small celebrity football match a few days ago when Korean film and soap opera actors flew in for a game against Vietnamese

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Help Us Slam or Praise: Super Bowl Commercials

by Rebecca Carter

It’s Super Bowl Sunday and you know what that means: $2.5 million dollar 30 second commercials. Please join me to keep track of the green ads, and the not so

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Through Loss, A Charity Is Born

by Rebecca Carter

Twenty-five years ago, Jerry Kramer was on a flight from Chicago to New York and his Super Bowl I ring was stolen. (That’s from the first Super Bowl.) Cut to

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Super Bowl Brings Crowds & Benefits Charities

by Rebecca Carter

The Super Bowl is in town – MY town, and though the press says that it’s going to be like Carnival in Rio here for the next few days, so

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Mutombo Honored by President, Makes Impact in Congo

by Rebecca Carter

NBA Houston Rockets center Dikembe Mutombo was one of the guests of honor at this weeks State of the Union address. Standing at 7’2″, he towered over the first lady.

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