Hershey | Historic Home of the Hundred

Hershey, Pennsylvania was the home of an unparalleled contest between the Philadelphia Warriors and the New York Knicks. On March 2, 1962, the Warriors and Knicks arrived ready to play. Less than 5,000 fans were in attendance to watch the un-televised game. Things began heating up during the shoot around.  The 7’1” Wilt Chamberlain could not miss. Once the game began, it quickly became dictated by one fact: Wilt Chamberlain did not miss very often.

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History of the NY Mets

New York Mets Dog Gear

            The NY Mets have had some great victories along with devastating losses, but have withstood it all to still be a phenomenal baseball team. From their modest beginning in 1962, they have struggled through a few losing streaks, but then came back to win the world series in both 1969 and 1986.

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The Olympics Message



Everyone loves to watch the Olympics.  Young, old, women, men, everyone loves to watch the spectacle known as the Olympics. The 2012 Olympics in London were no exception to this rule.  Whether the sport was water polo, dressage, or archery;  TV sets around the world tune into the sport, stadiums and venues that were packed for all events.  The Olympics provide us with a glimpse into other people and how they perceive themselves and what is important to them.  A good

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Washington Redskins Past and Present


The Washington Redskins are one of the most profitable teams in the National Football League.  They also have a less than spectacular record since being acquired by Daniel Snyder from a group headed Jack Kent Cooke, Jr.  Fans of the Skins, as they are known in D.C., wonder how long it will take for the team to pull together a strong winning season and possibly post-season play.  The current owner has thrown a massive amount of money towards purchasing players that he believed would place them on the road to dominance in the NFC and the NFL.  Unfortunately single players

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Best Theater of the Year

Once again the theater’s version of C&E’s (Christmas and Easter) audiences is clamoring for tickets to the shows that they may only attend once or twice per year if that. From sea to shining sea performers both professional and amateur are in most cases clad in period costumes. Early twentieth century costumes, worn by those who still believe in Santa Claus, are seen in Miracle on

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One “Hal” of a Pitcher

A look back at Newhouser’s back-to-back MVP’s

He was known quite simply as “Prince Hal” by friend and foe alike. His career spanned across two decades (1940’s and 1950’s) of which he was arguably considered the most dominant starting pitcher in the game; a time where fellow pitching greats such as Bob Feller, Dutch Leonard, Robin Roberts, Whitey Ford, and Warren Spahn toed the rubber. His Hall of Fame credentials speak for themselves: A sparkling 3.06 career ERA, 207 wins, 33 shutouts, and

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Tailgating Wisdom

One of the greatest traditions we have in the United States is the tradition of tailgating before and after football games.  For the most part there is a feeling of community and connectivity that occurs between fans that I haven’t found in too many places.  It doesn’t matter if your tickets are in the front row or you bought discount tickets online for standing room seats, most people you come in contact with just want to have fun and see your football team win.

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