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As the Coca-Cola 600 turns 60, NASCAR’s longest race is haunted by an emptiness

Perhaps it is fitting that the two sports with the deepest North Carolina roots serve as bookends,...

discovered 4 days ago on The Charlotte Observer

Mock Draft of WWE's All-Time Roster to Create the Greatest Ever PPV

Dream has modeled a lot of his characteristics after Rude, so it would be a lot of fun to see how...

discovered 4 days ago on Bleacher Report

An ode to old Fire Island

When I was a kid, my parents bought a shack on Fire Island. Many of my friends to this day came from my time on Fire Island. My mother founded and directed the Ocean Beach Youth Group. Of course ...

discovered 5 months ago on Plattsburgh Press-Republican

All 24 2019 Hallmark Holiday Films Reviewed Without Watching Them

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discovered 5 months ago on Houston Press

Column: Baseball's 'Hatfields and McCoys' hunt common ground at Winter Meetings

A mile stretch along Harbor Drive separates the Manchester Grand Hyatt and Hilton San Diego Bayfront — one the bustling home of Major League Baseball at the Winter Meetings; the other a relatively ...

discovered 5 months ago on U-T San Diego

Ramones Heirs Reach Truce in Bitter Trademark Dispute

After a year of arbitration, Joey Ramone's brother and Johnny Ramone's wife have come to terms over...

discovered 5 months ago on Billboard

Hatfields, the niche but unsatisfying option

-fil-a or Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe, which had the luxury of being well-known, well-loved brands. Instead of a conventional review of an outside food...

discovered 5 months ago on The Daily Athenaeum

'Feed' Your Head: In Amazon Drama, All Media Is In Our Brains

Amazon’s new series “The Feed,” premiering Friday on Prime Video, is a cautionary tale about what can happen when most of the inhabitants of the planet are obsessed to the point of addiction ...

discovered 6 months ago on MediaPost




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