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Thinking about the Holidays. My mom was Jewish. My dad was Catholic, Italian. We celebrated Passover and Easter. The Passover Seder lasted hours and Easter Sunday meals lasted the entire day in my grandparents basement in Queens, NY. Food and love were one in the same.
@Raye_100 @Notmyown3 @SRiggsWDRB right? Also 'a stranger walked into'? - that was a Trespasser/Suspect/Criminal - without pants & growling in a child's room. Mr. Bracey is a Hero, home owner, 'law abiding family man' and an actual 'good guy with a gun'.
Football isn’t just for the boys. Ask Rachel Baribeau, a sportscaster and motivational speaker, who will be in Phenix City Thursday night for Gridiron Girls Kickoff Caravan, a night out for women football fans. Doors at the Idle Hour Park Community Center open at 6:30...read more
Rachel Baribeau remembers the summer of 2016, and she wasn't happy with the image of her favorite sport. The Baylor football scandal, which featured multiple player arrests and involved sexual abuse and domestic violence, had embroiled all of college football. The...read more
Each night as fall camp continues, Jeremy Pruitt brings in a speaker to stand in front of his Tennessee football team and share an important message. On Monday night that speaker was Rachel Baribeau, a host on Sirius XM’s ESPNU radio channel. She wasn’t there to talk...read more
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