The Boston Neighborhood Basketball League is teaching more than just jump-shots and boxing out at the Mildred Ave. Community Center.
The Mattapan Patriots Pop Warner Football and Cheerleading organization gears up for the 2009 season by having a fundraising event on Friday evening, May 22, 2009 at the Policeman Post located at 500 Morton St. ( American Legion Highway). Come out and get your laugh on with some really funny comedians: Lady Vain, Just Al and Steven Donovan will make you laugh.
After the show is the After Party. Playing the old school R & B and block party mixes will be DJ Joe Peters. After you laugh , it will be time to GET DOWN with the old school dances like the Wop, the Cabbage Patch, the Running Man, the Bus Stop, and the Prep. Tickets are $10. Food will be for sale at the party, cash bar.
Call Jonathon Gates at 617-590-8334 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange to purchase your ticket. Read more
There is no more charming clichÃ© in baseball â€“ all of sport, for that matter â€“ than the mossy tale of the engaging rube who comes out of nowhere to amaze us with his raw and unspoiled skills like some sort of young, undamaged, and real-life Roy Hobbs. Read more
Footnotes! Dribs and drabs. Or â€˜disa and data,â€™ as Bud Gillooly used to call the stuff. In other words, here are some more odds and ends looking for a place to land.
â€¦Three and a half years after he graced the waiver wire â€” when any team in the NHL could have had him for peanuts â€” Tim Thomas is about to win the Vezina Trophy, the fabled bauble annually awarded the chap adjudged the best goaltender in the game. As rags to riches tales go it doesnâ€™t get much better in todayâ€™s unsentimental and greedy pro sports scene. Nor might there be a fellow more deserving. Read more
ADSL Summer Baseball Tryout
Date: Saturday, May 16th
Time: 9:00 AM â€“ 12:00 PM
Place: Town Field
Any questions, please call (617) 287-1601
Officials from the Dorchester Eagles youth football and cheerleading program made it official yesterday: They have pulled out of the national Pop Warner organization and joined a new youth sports league. The break comes on the heels of a bitter dispute that began after a brawl involving members of the Eagles and a rival team from Rhode Island last December. Read more
Here are three things to ponder while waiting for the Stanley Cup playoffs to awaken from sabbatical and the Celtics to prove they are not a one-man team.
1. The Draft.
Thereâ€™s no accounting for taste, especially where it concerns sporting appetites. Hence thereâ€™s no explaining the odd obsession with this annual dragooning of college football fodder into the gristmills of the National Football League. Although it could be argued this proves that as a nation we may have too much time on our hands. Read more
In olden times (like, the â€™50â€™s) battered old ballparks â€“ dusty and rather bleak â€“ sufficed and they were plentiful. Moreover, we were happy to have them. Gripes were rare and rarer still were heated calls for the body politic to belly up and provide newer and grander playpens for the hirelings of the local ballclubs who would come and go. Read more