It’s Roary Night here at the Ocean Bank Convocation Center (FIU Arena), meaning free yellow dad hats for the first 400 students who show up. Yeah, free!! Also, a basketball game went down. The Monarchs of Old Dominion traveled their way from Norfolk, Virginia, all the way to 8th St.
Lemon City Live decided to go back to high school to revisit one of the biggest, most notable rivalries in the history of sports. Yeah, that’s right. I’m talking bigger than Red Sox/Yankees, Lakers/Celtics, Frazier/Ali, Duke/North Carolina, Barcelona/Real Madrid, and the list goes on. The Belen Wolverines/Columbus Explorers rivalry is a bit different than most high school
Pep talk time. No excuses for this one. The University of South Carolina Gamecocks got on that plane following Monday night's win against your Florida International University Panthers; they can't hurt us anymore. That game followed the second win of the young season for FIU. As I wrote following that
Miami - It was a beautiful, four-year long romance between Lebron and the city of Miami. Promises of multiple championships, celebrations and parades. All came to fruition between 2010-2014. You know the stats, four finals appearances, two championships and one incredible story to pass down to the next generation. That
In the realm of sports, especially nowadays, few stories go untold. Basically, social media and an over-saturation of outlets have made it damn near impossible to fly under the radar for any athlete in the national entertainment spotlight. However, I still feel like there are things – huge, news-worthy, pressing
Culture is defined as a particular form or stage of civilization, as that of a certain nation or period: see Miami Heat. Once again the Miami Heat ownership and management show why this team is nothing but first class. “The Hardest Working Best Conditioned Most Professional Unselfish Toughest Meanest Nastiest Player In Heat History – Haslem.” That's what the first banner reads as you pull up