Toronto FC comes out victorious in MLS Cup

Photo courtesy of Marktci, Wikipedia Two months removed from failing to qualify for the World Cup, U.S. Men’s National Team stalwarts Michael Bradley and Jozy Altidore were able to lead Toronto FC to a 2-0 victory over the Seattle Sounders in the 2017 MLS Cup Final. Toronto simply dominated the […]

Georgian Netflix film explores middle-aged crisis

Photo courtesy of Karat, Flickr Georgian born writer and director Nana Ekvtimishvili follows up her award-winning movie “In Bloom,” with the subtle, but sluggish film, “My Happy Family.” The movie describes an unconventional rite of passage as middle-aged wife and mother, Manana Ia Shugliashvili, breaks free from the grasp and […]

U.S. Men’s Soccer team focus on youth development

Photo courtesy of U.S. Soccer, Twitter Exactly one month removed from disgracefully crashing and burning out of World Cup 2018 contention, the United States men’s national team has brought a squad full of youth and inexperience to Portugal as they attempt to move beyond the agony of their failures in […]

“Daddy’s Home” sequel brings nothing new to the table

Photo courtesy of Eva Rinaldi, Flickr “Daddy’s Home 2” transpires during the holiday season but follows the franchise blueprint, as the plot is a predictable, indistinguishable replica of the original film. This time around, Dusty (Mark Wahlberg) and Brad (Will Ferrell) are successfully co-parenting through their complex, modern family routine […]

Sandler displays their acting range in Netflix dramedy

Photo courtesy of Celebrity ABC, Flickr Brooklyn-born writer-director Noah Baumbach presented his sixth film in the last eight years, “The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected).” The film displays a side of New York that outsiders rarely get to see. It tells a series of stories about an ultra-liberal, effortlessly intellectual […]

Men’s Soccer suffer tough loss to Rutgers-Newark

Photo courtesy of Ramapo Athletics The Ramapo Roadrunners men’s soccer team were defeated by the Rutgers-Newark Scarlet Raiders by a score of 1-0 in Brick City on Wednesday night. The defeat brings Ramapo to a 7-8 overall record on the season as Rutgers-Newark currently sits at a very impressive 15-1. […]

Men’s soccer deal with second loss of the season

Photo courtesy of Ramapo College The Ramapo Roadrunners men’s soccer team lost to the William Paterson University Pioneers by a score of 4-3 in Mahwah on Wednesday afternoon. The loss marks Ramapo’s second New Jersey Athletic Conference defeat of the season, bringing them to a 4-6 record overall. William Paterson […]