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The Top Reasons Why ESPN Is Falling

ESPN was the center of the media world when they laid off/did not renew contracts of 100 on-air personalities, reporters, and writers. ESPN, the self-titled “Worldwide Leader in Sports”, has been the leader in sports entertainment for nearly half a century now. The tide is clearly shifting and there are …

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Sports Blog New York Podcast w/ Peter Kennedy: Durant Injury Effects, Mark Cuban MVP Thoughts, More

The Sports Blog New York Podcast is hosted by Peter Kennedy. Tweet @SportblogNYC or @Pete_Kennedy81 comments, questions for future episodes, and feedback. Enjoy the show! How will Kevin Durant’s recent injury effect the rest of the NBA and the Golden Stat Warriors? Mark Cuban recently said the NBA MVP is a toss up between …

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Sports Blog New York Podcast: Oscars, NBA, A Message to Tanking Knicks Fans, and NBA Moves

The Sports Blog New York Podcast is hosted by Peter Kennedy. Tweet @SportblogNYCor @Pete_Kennedy81 comments, questions for future episodes, and feedback. Enjoy the show! On today’s episode, we take a peek at some Oscar movies, I recommend one of the best TV shows out right now, and then of course, we …

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Taboo, Or Not Taboo? Just Kidding, It’s All Taboo

***************SPOILERS AHEAD***************** Now that we are five episodes into season one of Taboo two things are abundantly clear. The first being that this show, as I pointed out in my initial review, is a Tom Hardy highlight reel. The second is, as the title indicates, there’s a whole bunch of taboo …

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A Stab in the Dark; Naz Didn’t Do It

HBO’s mini series The Night Of has been an absolutely enthralling deep-dive into to finer points of the courtroom/crime procedural. The Steve Zallian and Richard Price creation is not only beautifully shot, but the duo has done a really great job in painting a vivid picture of the criminal justice …

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Blink-182 Thrived on Competitive Balance

Blink-182 will never replicate what they accomplished on 2003’s Untitled album, and that’s perfectly fine. With Alkaline Trio’s Matt Skiba in and Tom DeLonge out, Blink was put to the task of having to reassure their existing fan base that the band was still moving forward, while simultaneously trying to …

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