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This may come as no surprise to anyone who’s ever seen the second bedroom in my apartment, but I love video games. If you haven’t seen my second bedroom, let me describe it: over 200 physical video games are...
As the calendar creeps into late February, fans are very carefully observing every move the Providence Friars make. Every win or loss will dictate their fate in a few Sundays, and fans are keen on knowing exactly how that...
It’s poetic beauty that the Friars beat Villanova on Valentine’s Day because the win against Wildcats is exactly how new fans become fans for life and veterans of the team remember what they love about the Friars. Providence’s win over...
The Providence Friars shot only 34 percent from the field and made only two of 19 three-point field goals as they dropped an 80-63 game to DePaul on Saturday at the Dunkin' Donuts Center. Ed Cooley said after the game...
I still believe the Friars will end up getting to the NCAA Tournament. I’ve watched this team all season and I’ve always been a believer in the Friars, even when they were going through heartbreaks. Now, all that said: this...
As Bracketology heats up and phrases like "Quadrant 1" and "Top 150 Wins" are thrown out incessantly, it's important to note that the picture is still incomplete. For the players and coaches, they must only focus on collecting the...
Watching Game of Thrones. Playing Mortal Kombat with my girlfriend. Experiencing Providence basketball in conference play. These are the things that I sit down for genuinely not knowing the outcome, but I know it’s going to take years off...
Any Providence College alum may remember learning about the theory of relativity in Western Civ class. For those who don’t know, it’s not an earth-shattering concept: it’s the idea that time feels like it moves faster sometimes, and slower...
I think it’s that time to say that Friar fans need to accept that this year’s Providence team may not be Big East elite. That is not something any fan should take lightly: it wasn’t too long ago that...
There is a saying in the hockey world that the first half of the season is the boy's league while the second half is the men's league. As far as the Providence College Friars are concerned this season, the men's...
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5 Ways to Find a Good New or Used Car

As people get back to work and back on the road, demand for new and used cars is very high. Add to that a shortage of cars based on automaker production slowdowns and supply chain issues, and getting your exact car can be tough. Here are a few tips to help find the right car for you.
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Driven Chases Down the World’s Most Famous Storm Chaser

Driven tracks down the "Twister" truck that's still located in Tornado Alley. Plus, you'll meet a true family affair in short-track racing, and the amazing restoration of an 1968 Buick Skylark.
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Driven’s All Access Pass to Audrain Newport Concours & Motor Week

Automotive history and sport return to their American home, Newport, Rhode Island. The Audrain Newport Concours & Motor Week returns and Driven has an all-access pass.
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Getting Our Kicks on Route 66: A Driven Special (Part 2)

Our road trip along the historic Mother Road continues in Part 2 of this Route 66 special. From Tulsa to Glen Rio, Texas, this Great American Drive takes host Tom Gregory through the legendary land of giants and ghosts. Get lost in the adventure.
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Getting Our Kicks on Route 66: A Driven Special (Part 1)

In part one of a two-part Driven special, we get to the heart of the matter as we get our kicks on Route 66 through the Heartland.
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15 Must See Virginia Beach Attractions and Places to Visit

Virginia Beach has it all - a rich history, beautiful beaches, a variety of arts and entertainment, a robust foodie scene, and LOTS of unique attractions for the entire family.
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