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Chuck Berry: Not The First, But The Most Influential

Chuck Berry was a guitarist, singer and songwriter who was considered by some to be the Father of Rock n Roll. He died Saturday, March 18, 2017 at a residence outside St. Louis. He was 90. He strung together a knot of AM radio and 45 RPM thumps in the 50 s and 60 s, including Johnny B. Goode, You …

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How the ‘natural talent’ myth is used as a artillery against black players

Slurs and intolerance are regularly hurled at minority jocks, and the national media often help fan the flames of abuse Jimmy” The Greek” Snyder had a good running as CBS’s lead plays prognosticator. And then 30 years ago, on the Friday afternoon before Martin Luther King Day, the gruff 70 -year-old sat down to lunch with a pitch-black Washington DC …

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Conor McGregor has turned into what he formerly condemned: a bully and a stinker

The Irishmans tiresome routine is doing more to destroy the UFCs hard-won credibility than any stomach-turning bash or miscarried drugging test Watching Conor McGregor racing through the loading dock at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Thursday, shedding dollies at a bus like some crazy-eyed rowdy, I could only think of John McCain. It was the US senator who years ago condemned …

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Gennady Golvokin clues major boxing deal with DAZN

already has exclusive rights to the world’s two most popular boxers. On Friday, the streaming service nabbed the three men who’s probably No. 3 on that register: Gennady “GGG” Golovkin. Golovkin, one of the most wonderful boxers on the globe, has signed a six-fight deal with DAZN, intending the 36 -year-old middleweight will likely finish his career while engaging on …

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