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The fear of missing out
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The fear of missing out

It may seem counterintuitive, but staying connected through Twitter definitely exacerbates the condition known as FOMO. FOMO, which stands for the Fear of Missing Out, is a phenomenon that has taken hold in various ad campaigns over the last few years, and is pretty straightforward. It’s about the feeling you […]

Jackson Schultz looks to put back a rebound against Mount Pleasant on Jan. 18. Schultz had an assist in the Titans’ 5-1 loss. Photo/Mike Smith
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Ice Cats skate past Titans again

If their record is any indication, the Rye Town/Harrison Titans have had an answer for just about everything this year. The only thing they haven’t figured out yet, is how to beat Mount Pleasant. On Jan. 18, the Titans dropped their second contest of the year to the Ice Cats […]

Thornton-Donovan’s John Curanaj dribbles the ball up the floor. Photo/Mike Smith
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Thornton-Donovan sports program progresses

Thornton-Donovan’s boys basketball team may not have come away with a win on Jan. 14, but even a quick glance at the state of the Lions’ athletic program confirms that huge strides are being made. In just three years of varsity competition, the gains are evident at the New Rochelle-based […]

The agony of da feet
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The agony of da feet

If you hail from Minnesota or Cincinnati, or root for the football teams in those areas, I want to offer my condolences. I don’t know how you got out of bed on Monday. Over the weekend, the Vikings and Bengals suffered absolutely brutal losses in the NFL Wild Card round, […]

Mark Croughan contests a shot by Harrison’s Zach Evans. Croughan and the Garnets topped their rivals 56-38. Photo/Mike Smith
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Garnets top Huskies by 18

On Jan. 9, bitter rivals Harrison and Rye squared off in the annual Michael Ice Memorial Classic with both teams needing a win to keep pace in a crowded Class A landscape. In the end, a late push by the Garnets put the home team on top for good, as […]