Category Archives: Sports
Tim Tebow Hosts 4th Annual Tim Tebow Foundation Celebrity Golf Classic
The 4th Annual Tim Tebow Foundation Celebrity Golf Classic took place March 14-15 at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra, FL. In support of the foundations mission to bring FAITH, HOPE, and LOVE to those needing a brighter day in their darkest hour of need, celebrities from all over the country joined in for the cause. Read the rest of this entry
A One on One Conversation with Ricardo Mathews
It’s the month of August and with all the news starting the month off with the Olympics, I get super excited about the upcoming season in sports! “ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL” !? I am! Listen to my latest adventure as I have a One on One Conversation with Mr. Ricardo Mathews, Defensive Lineman for the Indianapolis Colts! Ricardo shares his story on how he fell in love with football, his inspiration, and tells what a day in the life is like on and off the field! In this game, he’s literally making moves! Get ready to enjoy this adventure we have a One on One Conversation with #peoplemakingmoves! Read the rest of this entry
What Have ‘I’ Done For Me Lately!
While fortunate enough to have experienced another run of the week with various adventures, I made time to do something for me! Maybe because the song “What Have You Done For Me Lately” by Janet Jackson came on rotation this week and of course the song stayed in my head all week long! So I started thinking, “All that Jazz, what have you done for YOURSELF lately?”
Play my favorite sport … TENNIS
Stage for Debate: Steve Stoute & William C. Rhoden with Danyel Smith
What better way to kick off Black History Month than to celebrate the progression of Black culture by attending the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem, NY for their Inaugural Stage for Debate series where authors Steve Stoute and William C. Rhoden discussed whether or not culture and sports are in a “post-black” moment. Moderated by Danyel Smith, Editor of Billboard magazine, culture critic, and sports enthusiast, this debate opened the minds of the audience to evaluate the progression of Black culture.