Last year around this time, everything started to get canceled. The majority of those were live sports. If you paid for a specific channel or a live sporting event, you have some money coming to you. A deal has been reached with seven cable providers to give New Yorkers the refund they deserve for s…
On Monday, Governor Cuomo announced that New York City's indoor dining establishments could reopen starting February 12, at 25% capacity. Today the Governor announced that sports arenas and stadiums with a capacity of 10,000 or more can reopen as early as February 23rd.
We were so excited when the governor announced that Little League baseball could start back up on July 6th. But I don't think anyone was totally prepared for what it was going to look and feel like because of the coronavirus pandemic.
We are in day thirty-something of the lockdown and we are all missing sports. My son, Ryan, is a very active athlete and I am really missing him on the field. I also enjoy cheering him on. I have had to find other ways. This time we go fishing.
This week's installment of "Big League Chooch" is from Ryan's flag football game. A funny thing happened when we played it back this week. Jess admitted that she takes a certain headache medication to cope with "The Chooch".
It's now basketball season and my son Ryan is learning a new sport. He is on a CYO team and I go to all of his games. I am his biggest and loudest fan. So I get mic-ed up and record my obnoxious cheering. We call it "Big League Chooch".