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Last Tuesday, November 19th, was the 150th anniversary of one of the most important speeches in American history: President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address. A year after his famous 1863 speech, Lincoln would deliver another speech, establishing the first university in … Continue reading
ESPN recently aired “Carry On: Why I Stayed”, a follow-up to its 2009 documentary “Carry On” featuring Cleveland-native high school wrestler’s Dartanyon Crockett and Leroy Sutton. In 2009 the sports network’s cameras followed both young men and chronicled their journey … Continue reading
One-time Cincinnati Reds batboy sensation, Teddy Kremer, will be profiled on this week’s edition of ESPN’s E:60. Last August, Teddy had the opportunity to serve as an honorary batboy for the Reds game against the Chicago Cubs. As much as … Continue reading
The story of Garrett Holeve is rousing discussion throughout the “www” community, especially those affected by disability. Garrett is a 23-year-old, aspiring mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter whose goal to compete has made national headlines in recent days, most notably, … Continue reading