Billy Ketelhut

Billy Ketelhut

Bio: Billy Ketelhut is a graduate from Towson University with a Sport Management degree.  He lives just outside of DC and enjoys watching or playing sports with friends and family.  His favorite sports include soccer, basketball, football, and golf.  When he is not doing anything sports related, Billy enjoys the outdoors and spending time with his dog. 

Birria Tacos Will be Your New Favorite Taco

During the pandemic, birria tacos became the brand-new trend of social media because of how amazing they looked. The tacos are marinated shredded beef with a tortilla dipped into the consume (braising liquid), and then crisped on the griddle with cheese. The toppings for birria tacos are raw onion, cilantro, and avocado, and they are served with some of the consume to dip the tacos in.

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Elton John Announces U.S. and European Tour Dates for Farewell Tour

Elton John has announced the tour dates for his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour in the U.S and EU. At 74 years old, this will be John’s last time on tour in his long illustrious career.

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Deandre Ayton is Reviving the Importance of Traditional Centers

Deandre Ayton was picked first overall by the Phoenix Suns back in 2018 in a draft class that also featured young superstars Luka Doncic and Trae Young. Ayton did not start his NBA career flying high like Doncic and Young, but he steadily improved his game every season. During this NBA season and playoffs, Ayton is justifying being the first overall pick and that traditional centers can still flourish in this league.

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Adding Cacao Nibs to Diet Will be Beneficial to Your Health

Cacao nibs are little pieces of crushed cacao beans that are full of nutrients and health benefits. They taste like little pieces of dark chocolate and are versatile to cook with. Cacao nibs are available at grocery stores and come in bags and while they can be a little pricey, it is worth the buy for the health benefits.

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Denmark is the Team You Should be Rooting for at the Euros

Denmark’s first game in Euro 2020 was against Finland in a match that was overshadowed by a tragedy. Danish midfielder, Christian Eriksen, collapsed in the first half of the game and went under cardiac arrest on the field. Danish captain, Simon Kjaer, identified the issue immediately and prevented Eriksen from swallowing his tongue and administered CPR while the medics came.

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Islanders in Desperation Mode After 8-0 Loss to Lightning in Game 5

After a resilient display in game four, the New York Islanders were poised to have a strong showing in Tampa against the Lightning in game five. With the series tied at 2-2, winning game five is pivotal in taking control of the series. Unfortunately for the Islanders, they did not just lose game five, they got blown out in the most important game of the season.

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Martin Scorsese Claims ‘Raging Bull’ Could Have Been His Last Film

In a recent interview by Leonardo Di Caprio at the Tribeca Film Festival, Martin Scorsese said that Raging Bull could have been his last movie.
Raging Bull is being screened on the final day of the festival and DiCaprio asked Scorsese about the film. After finishing the film, Scorsese said he “didn’t care what happened to it, or if I made another movie.”

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‘StartUp’ is a Great Series to Binge-Watch on Netflix

In 2016, video streaming platform Crackle released the series StartUp and the series was renewed for an additional two seasons. In May 2021, Netflix made the series StartUp available on their platform, expanding the show’s audience significantly. After binge-watching the show, I would recommend this show to anyone who is looking for a new show to watch.

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John Rahm Becomes the First Spaniard to Win US Open

Going into the final round on Sunday, John Rahm was three shots back from leader Louis Oosthuizen. Rahm, who recently became a father, was able to celebrate his first Father’s Day in victorious fashion. Rahm climbed the leaderboard throughout the day, succeeding over the likes of Rory McIlroy, Brooks Koepka, Bryson DeChambeau, and third round leader Louis Oosthuizen.

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Raising Cane’s Plans to Open Locations in D.C. Area

Louisiana based fast food chain Raising Cane’s announced that they will be opening up new locations in the D.C. area soon. The chicken finger chain is one of the best fast-food places in the country and is always consistent. It is a fan favorite of people across the country as well as food bloggers.

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Ed Sullivan Theater at Full Capacity for the First Time Since the Pandemic

Theater has been one of the hardest hit industries since the start of the pandemic. Theaters across the United States have been closed because of the pandemic, causing a lot of them to shut down for good. There are still movie theaters that are closed due to the pandemic despite COVID restrictions being loosened.

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Is it Ethical That CONMEBOL Moved Copa America to Brazil on Two Weeks’ Notice?

There are big COVID-19 issues surrounding the Copa America with Brazil’s health ministry announcing 41 new cases of COVID-19 consisting of people involved in the tournament. The people consist of players, coaches, and tournament workers.
The tournament was originally supposed to be held in Argentina and Colombia, but they lost their hosting privilege because of the increase of COVID cases in their countries.

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