A group of Democratic members of Congress opposed to the HB56 law in the state of Alabama will be in Birmingham later this month to increase attention to what they call an unconstitutional law and a civil rights emergency. Read More
Presidential debates began in the 1960s with the first televised event between Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy.
Kennedy appeared well rested, confident and looked “presidential” on camera. Nixon on the other hand, dressed in a suit that blended into the background, hunched over the podium and sweated profusely throughout the broadcast – think actor Albert Brooks in “Broadcast News.” Read More
By Mike Damergis
Yankee catcher Jesus Montero created a buzz in Scarsdale, N.Y., this afternoon. The young catcher was in town for an autograph signing at the new Last Licks on Palmer Ave.
By: Mike Damergis
Whenever the discussion comes up about Iona College’s most successful athletes on the professional level, the conversation usually contains the names of former NBA standouts Richie Guerin and Jeff Ruland and MLB pitcher Dennis Leonard.
But let’s face it – that was a lifetime ago for today’s generation of students.