Being known for his former career in Major League Baseball, pitcher Roger Clemens apparently has another secret talent. In a New England Sports Network broadcast over last night’s Red Sox Game, he works the music room at the Clemens household, and goes by a very specific DJ name.
Monday night, the Golden State Warriors beat the Boston Celtics 104-94 in game 5 of the NBA Finals in San Francisco.
The Boston Celtics beat the Miami Heat on Sunday, May 29th, in game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals in Florida, thereby clinching the series. The Celtics took the final game Sunday evening 100 – 96 with Jayson Tatum of the Celtics leading his team with 26 points, 10 rebounds, and 6 assists. Marcus Smart’s efforts were equally impressive with 24 points, 9 rebounds, and 5 assists. Jaylen Brown also scored 24 points, with 6 assists and 6 rebounds.
The Red Sox will be returning to the States through a two hour bus trip instead of the plane. They will be crossing the Canadian and American border, and this is important to them because flying in different countries requires a negative result in COVID testing, but this is not required for border crossings. The Red Sox don’t want to leave anyone behind, and they are willing to commit more time on the road to make sure that happens.
If you have been to other countries, you probably noticed that the United States has a strong car culture. From the heavy, dreadening traffic of Los Angeles to the ruggedy roads of Boston, driving is not always pleasant. Roads are constantly being fixed and they contribute a lot to climate change. Other nations have done so well with their public transportation, why can’t we?
The Nets are one loss away from elimination. After losing 109-103 to the Celtics last Saturday evening at Barclays Center, they have now accumulated 3 losses in a round, something that no team in NBA history has recovered from in a playoff series.
It’s been a long three years staying inside due to the pandemic. But now, the Boston Marathon makes its opening spectacular as runners from all over the world return to its tracks for a gratifying and satisfying run. Since 1972, there have only been eight women who ran this marathon. Now, 12,100 are running. Talking about a stark difference from the past, the marathon shows there are no limitations on people’s backgrounds, as long as they are willing to run and have an awesome experience.
If you have watched the movie CODA, you’ve probably recognized the song that actress Emilia Jones sang in sign language for her audition at Berklee College of Music. Her own rendition of “Both Sides, Now” brought many audiences to tears when they saw and listened to her voice, honoring the lyrics of Joni Mitchell who originally created the song. In our younger years, we often think about ourselves, but this song teaches us to appreciate the little things in life because nothing is permanent in this life.
A study conducted by WalletHub determined the best “sports cities” in the United States. Each city was scored based on the five most popular sports in the country: football, basketball, baseball, hockey, and soccer.
Democrat Michelle Wu became the first woman and person of color to be elected as the mayor of Boston.
On Sunday, February 5, 2017 New England Patriots won Super Bowl 51 at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, 34-28. In the first half the Atlanta Falcons had a 18 point lead over the Patriots. The Patriots gained a huge comeback and were able to tie the game 28 to 28. To break tie, Tom Brady […]
For Pinkberry, frozen yogurt is not enough anymore. The company decided to begin serving nonfat Greek yogurt. The Los Angeles- based chain is known for its rich frozen yogurt; however their new, Greek delicacy is unfrozen. Also, Pinkberry is not settling for their usual likes of granola, fruit, and honey on their yogurt. Now, on […]