Month: September 2017
Negron’s Impact: Want To learn About Stadia And Fandom? There Is A New Book for That
I interviewed a great author last weekend on my radio show ESPN Impact on 1050 AM. His name is Rafi Kohan and he has written a book called The Arena. It was a very interesting interview and I think you would all love this book! The football season has brought lots of changes with regard to […]
Negron’s Impact: Hollywood Will Not Forget Gene “The Stick” Michael
Tonight marked the end of principle photography for the motion picture that has been in production in New York all summer called Stano. It is a wonderful story, so elegantly written by Bronx boy, Robert Bruzio and starring Joe Manganiello and Sofia Vergara. It is a story of redemption. It is a story of what sports […]
Negron: Gene “The Stick” Michael Was Always a Hero!
To say that Gene Michael was a hero would be an understatement. Gene was part of the era that when the Yankees were not playing well, in his graceful way he made them look so good. He took that same work ethic and charisma to help George Steinbrenner build that wonderful winning era of the […]
Grown and Sexy Thursdays @ ACES
N.O.R.E. Ft Alizay – Uno Mas
Who the hell is Stephano?
Negron’s Impact: Hank’s Yanks Are The Angels With Dirty Faces in Stano
If your an old movie buff, you might remember the great movie Angels with Dirty Faces, which was done in 1939 with the great James Cagney. Then there was the great film, They Made Me Criminal. That film starred John Garfield a wonderful actor who got caught up in the communist hearings of the 1950s and basically got […]