Photos of Jim Hawkins tattooed on Cedric GrayThe left arm of are three football players in the sky wearing the numbers 9, 10 and 43. They represent Tony Romo, Eli Manning and Troy Polamalu, him and his brothers’ favorite football players growing up. It’s one of hisRead More →

As part of P&G’s ongoing commitment to increasing the number of women in our workplace and in our STEM workforce, we’re spotlighting four passionate women scientists who are driving innovation behind our products. Julia Semenchenko discovered his passion for science very early on. When she was six years old, herRead More →

Beyond the ranks of Class BC, where Trae Thilmony has racked up the majority of his 152 wrestling wins, there are potentially better wrestlers out there. Since steel sharpens steel as the saying goes, Thilmony, two-time state champion from Thompson Falls, is looking for him. Missoula Big Sky has aRead More →

When Monte Kiffin was interviewed to become the Dallas Cowboys’ defensive coordinator in 2013, team owner/general manager Jerry Jones and his staff insisted he have a chat with the Cowboys’ up-and-coming linebacker coach. who pondered her own future. Kiffin followed, putting Matt Eberflus in front of the dry-erase board inRead More →

The players refuse to let their handicap get in the way because they excel on the pitch The two-day TANA Multi-Capacity Wheelchair Cricket Cup, hosted under the auspices of the Telugu Association of North America (TANA), concluded Thursday at ZP High School Ground in Gopalapatnam. Refusing to let their disabilitiesRead More →

A young apprentice carpenter from Plymouth won a prestigious award after attending a scintillating ceremony in London earlier this month. Henry Powell went straight from Saltash Community School to a Level Two Carpentry and Carpentry apprenticeship with Barratt Homes and has not looked back since. Despite training during the pandemicRead More →

Steven Rosenblum, right, and Brecken Rosenblum, left, compete in an arm wrestling tournament. (Courtesy of Steven Rosenblum) For Steven Rosenblum, a Jewish resident of northeast Philadelphia, the standoff isn’t just a sleight of hand. A few years ago it became his main hobby. Then it turned into his side hustle,Read More →

By Lora Lavigne, WRAL Durham reporter Raleigh, North Carolina – The YMCA of the Triangle is broadening its approach to reach more young men of color. A national grant provides the local organization with the resources to tackle the disparities and challenges young men face in their communities and schools.Read More →

It doesn’t take much encouragement for the new FFA National President, Cole Baerlocher, to unleash his passion for the organization and for agriculture in general. “There is a place for every member, every student, whether or not you come from an agricultural background,” said the enthusiastic student from Washington StateRead More →

By LAUREN THOMSON Journalist Local Journalism Initiative Reporter on December 4, 2021. Miranda Buchholz, born and raised in Medicine Hat, is now in her second year of performing in musical theater at Grant MacEwan University in Edmonton. She is participating in her first college-level performance, “The World Goes’ Round” fromRead More →

METROPOLIS, III. “SPORT – a game, contest, or other pastime requiring a certain skill and generally a certain amount of physical exercise.” This is Mr. Webster’s main definition of sport. The second is more appropriate for this exhibition: “any pastime or fun, diversion”. Esport might not fit the first definition,Read More →

Questlove in 1975 at a salon in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania.Credit…Courtesy of Questlove By the time he started elementary school, Thompson had spent more time on the road with adults than in Philadelphia with children his age. When his freshman class had to bring music to school, he chose “Why FoolsRead More →

If you’ve watched basketball in the past 15 years, you know Russell Westbrook, the man at the center of Passion Play: Russell Westbrook, a new feature documentary making its debut on Showtime. The film offers an insider’s perspective on the polarizing playmaker, a man who reshaped the record books whileRead More →

SHOWTIME Sports Documentary Films has released the official trailer and poster for the upcoming documentary Passion Play: Russell Westbrook, an intensely personal examination of one of professional sports’ most dynamic and complex figures. The documentary premieres Friday, October 15 at 9 p.m. ET / PT on SHOWTIME and will beRead More →

EXCLUSIVE: NBA All-Star Russell Westbrook will play a starring role on his new team, the LA Lakers, this season, looking to win the first championship of his career. But before the start of the 2021-22 campaign, he stars in a different kind of project: a documentary about his life, careerRead More →

When Max Alff graduated from high school, he hadn’t initially planned on studying any longer. He enrolled at the North Carolina State Agricultural Institute for Ornamental Plant and Landscape Technology, planning to earn his associate’s degree and enter the workforce. “I love working in the landscape industry and didn’t wantRead More →