Tag: Boston Sports

Boston Fans and the Media Can Be Harsh

Filed in Local News, Sports by on September 15, 2010 0 Comments
Boston Fans and the Media Can Be Harsh

Does Randy Moss deserve the deluge of criticism that he has gotten since his little outburst this past weekend?  I know I may ruffle some feathers but I am still amazed at the controversy crazed coverage of Boston sports. I am a lifelong Boston Sports fan, that of course includes the Patriots.  I was born […]

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Boston Sports Nirvana Hits the Hub

Filed in Sports by on May 4, 2010 1 Comment
Boston Sports Nirvana Hits the Hub

If you checked the Boston news or newspapers this morning (May 4th 2010) you would have seen what some in Boston would consider sports nirvana.  The Celtics won their playoff game against a Cavaliers team that looked downright unbeatable the other day.  The Bruins have taken a 2-0 lead in the playoffs against the Flyers […]

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Back on Wheels: International Bicycle Gives Me the Hook-up

Filed in Lifestyle, Sports by on August 23, 2009 2 Comments
Back on Wheels: International Bicycle Gives Me the Hook-up

An infinite amount of epic high fives are in order for the great guys at International Bicycle in Allston after they, out of remorse for having accidentally finished off my old bike frame in a regrettable seat post debacle, threw an enormous amount of discounts my way toward setting up a new bike. Though my […]

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Boston Boxer Biopic ‘The Fighter’ reaches final rounds

Filed in Arts & Entertainment, Sports by on August 22, 2009 3 Comments
Boston Boxer Biopic ‘The Fighter’ reaches final rounds

If you are from or familiar with Boston, or simply are a fan of boxing, chances are you know the name “Irish” Micky Ward. Ward is a famed lightweight boxer from Lowell, Massachusetts, and is best know perhaps for his furious three fight series against Arturo Gatti. If you have no clue what I’m talking […]

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Showdown in Beantown: Three Game Sox-Yankees Series Opens Tonight

Filed in Sports by on August 21, 2009 0 Comments
Showdown in Beantown: Three Game Sox-Yankees Series Opens Tonight

As the Yankees and Red Sox prepare for the final showdown in Beantown of the season, I can’t shake this feeling of déjà vu, this sense that something hazy, indistinct, and yet ominously monstrous is again looming around the corner. The situation is ripe for misery: having won what feels like eighty out of their […]

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