Football, Cheerleading, Soccer and more Suspended for Columbus Public Schools

Columbus City Schools made a big announcement today (August 13th). All in-person interscholastic athletics and extracurricular activities will be suspended due to concerns of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to, the district says the suspension will go into effect Friday. A release from CCS reads, “CCS will continue to evaluate this suspension as the District […]

Peace out February! Hello March! After an extra-long February, March has finally arrived. Here are a few things to look forward to this month. According to NationalToday, we have a few great things to look forward to this month. Here’s the ‘Top 5’: 1.  Daylight Saving Time starts.  We spring forward this Sunday, March 8th.  […]

James opens up about his feelings towards his son and the pressure he will have to endure. LA Lakers LeBron James is opening up about his son, LeBron James Jr., and the pressure he will face caring on his legacy. On the new HBO series ‘The Shop,’ James tells Jon Stewart, Snoop Dogg, Odell Beckham Jr […]

Get in on the fun with the family! The world famous Harlem Globetrotters will be coming to Columbus in December. Tickets go on sale Wednesday, June 20 at the Schottenstein Center box office and Fans can also purchase Magic Passes which allows you to meet the team, shoot hoops and pose for pictures. Source: 10TV

Ummmmm, I’m not sure about this one buddy. One of the Cleveland Cavs is stating that if they had former player Kyrie Irving the series would be flipped. According to The Athletic’s Jason Lloyd said a Cavs veteran said: “no doubt we’d be up 3-0 if Kyrie was here.” via GIPHY Now, as much as […]

It was good while it last. Sad news as we saw Columbus Blue Jackets get eliminate Monday night in Game 6 by the Washington Capitals. The Blue Jackets lost 6-3, making last night’s loss their fourth-in-a-row ending the series 4-2. Welp, there is always next year. Source: 10TV

With early game struggles the Blue Jackets were able to pull away with the win. The Columbus Blue Jackets were able to win Game 1 against the Washington Capitals in an exciting 4-3 finished in overtime. Real talk, we were looking like a hot mess and allowed the Capitals to take a 2-0 lead in […]

The Jackets begin their run to the Stanley Cup. We are so proud to see our Columbus Blue Jackets go for a run for the Stanley Cup. The Washington Capitals are the first team in our way. Columbus Blue Jackets head coach John Tortorella talked about getting the lineup just right in time for the […]

Add NASCAR as the next sport black excellence will be showcased on full display. Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr is the first full-time African American driver in NASCAR since 1971. Back then it was Wendell Scott who was the first to make his mark in a sport that was dominated by white men and racism. Now in […]

These Winter Games will see a more diverse set of Olympians from all over the world. The Winter Olympics Games start Feb 9 but U.S. bobsledder Aja Evans hopes to win gold and diversify the sport. The 25-year-old from Chicago won a bronze medal in the 2014 Winter Games. Evans knows that winning the gold […]

The last of the “good-ole-boy” racing fans feeling butt hurt with black excellence. America has our very own Lewis Hamilton in stock car racing. Darrell Bubba Wallace will be the first African American to race full-time in NASCAR since Wendell Scott in 1971. Participating in a sport know for hanging Confederate flags around its venue […]