Aspiring student athletes across the nation rejoiced last month when news broke that the NCAA would soon allow athletes to make money from their own names and talent.
A group of high school students has been diving into the world of soft-shells and sliders, and we’re not talking crab or tiny sandwiches. These kids are part of a lab class learning what field work is really like.
Bart Weiss sits down with Norm Hitzges to talk Dallas sports.
David J. Silverman joins us to talk about how peace between the Wamanoag tribe and Plymouth pilgrims finally dissolved – and about how we should look at the time period through the eyes of the indigenous people involved.
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