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Entertainment Roundup: What Happened In July

Summer is heating up, and so are the biggest news stories in Hollywood. This month, we recap a slew of engagements, a pop star’s apparent overdose, and much more. Here are the biggest stories from Hollywood in July 2018. Advertisements

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MLB: A Fan’s Perspective on Bryan Price’s Tenure With the Cincinnati Reds

There was a part of me that was tempted to title this article, “A Completely Unbiased Perspective on Bryan Price’s Firing.” But of course, that would have been disingenuous. I have been a Bryan Price fan ever since he was pitching coach for the Seattle Mariners in the early 2000s, and my Twitter bio even […]

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5 Storylines to Follow Ahead of MLB Opening Day

Spring training came to a close earlier this week, and the 162 game regular season grind is about to begin. Major League Baseball has the longest regular season of all professional sports, which means that how you start is usually less important than how you finish. While that might make it seem like the beginning […]

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6 Dreamy Ski Resort Vacations for a Romantic Winter

With ski towns and resorts ramping up activities, it’s “snow” joke ski season is in full gear. While some will enjoy the great outdoors at a slower pace, others will be whipping through a winter wonderland at incredible speeds — maybe even shedding those holiday pounds! Whatever your need, to help you get ready for your best winter getaway, […]

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Entertainment Roundup: What Happened in September

Summer has officially ended, but that doesn’t mean your favorite celebrity news has to! We’ve broken down the biggest stories from the month of September, including a slew of new Hollywood babies, an award show that had to be seen, and much more. Let’s get to it!

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11 Mouthwatering Desserts for Your Football Kickoff Party

The preseason has ended and the final cuts have been made, which points to one sure and sweet thing: the NFL season is about to begin! No matter who you root for tonight, football season is welcomed by millions of Americans each September. But if you’re similar to us, you might consider the food to be an […]

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MLB Roundup: Number Retirement, Players Weekend and Food Safety – Oh My!

Major League Baseball news tends to cool off after the All-Star break and the trade deadline, but a number retirement and some big announcements added some excitement to the month of August. Even if your team isn’t in the playoff hunt, there’s still some things to be interested and excited about around the league. Below […]

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8 of the Best Destination Races From Around the World

Every year, more and more people are lacing up their running shoes and hitting the road. From 5k races to full marathons, the number of runners have been growing over the past few years. With the explosion of new runners joining the field, many new races have cropped up all over the world — and some […]

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6 of the Best Indy 500 Moments That Will Drive Your Excitement Into High Gear

This weekend, Indiana is revving up the fun for millions of watchers around the world for the 101st Running of the Indy 500. In anticipation of this Sunday’s beloved event, we take a quick look back at six of the best moments that provide a fascinating glimpse into what makes this the “Greatest Spectacle in Racing.”

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5 Sweet Recipes to Celebrate the Beginning of the NFL Season

The NFL season kicks off today with a Super Bowl 50 rematch as the Carolina Panthers take on the defending champion Denver Broncos, and there’s no better way to celebrate football coming back than with some sweet treats. Kick off parties and tailgates are full of hot dogs, chips, and other savory foods, and desserts are […]

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Entertainment Roundup: What Happened in August

As August takes its final bow, we say goodbye to some of Hollywood’s biggest (and on-going) stories. But, not before we wrapped them up in a neat little bow! For anyone who missed a beat this month, we’ve got all you need to know about what went down in Tinsel Town. With award show winners […]

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Entertainment Roundup: What Happened in July

It’s that time again—we break down the biggest headlines of the month of July for our entertainment-loving readers. This month brought Twitter trolls to light, and feuds back to life. If you missed anything, take a look at the biggest stories out of Hollywood in July!

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MLB: 5 Things to Watch for After the All-Star Break

The American League won the 2016 Major League Baseball All-Star Game last night by a score of 4-2 over the National League. The game, taking place at San Diego’s Petco Park, marked the fourth American League win in a row, giving them home field advantage once again during the World Series. Besides David Ortiz saying […]

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Why the Quarter-Finals of Euro 2016 Are Too Close to Call

Unlike its Western counterpart (Copa America), Euro 2016 has seen a number of dramatic finishes and tight games. While only one match in the knockout stages wasbeen decided by penalty kicks, the group stage featured more late goals than I can remember seeing at any other major tournament. And whether that has to do more with some of […]

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Can Cleveland Cope With the Winner of the West?

While we wait for the Western Conference Finals to come to its dramatic close, the Eastern Conference has long been decided. Toronto put up a decent fight for two games, but even the East’s #2 seed was no match for Cleveland. Sadly, Cleveland’s 12-2 record in this year’s NBA Playoff’s may be looked it with […]

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