Marc “The Raz” Rasbury: Their Legacies Were on the Lines

The NFL gave us one of the great sports days in quite some time this past Sunday. The NFC Championship game went into overtime and the AFC title game at least should have. Continue Reading →

The Raz: The End is Near, Now…….

By Marc “The Raz” Rasbury

For nearly four months, Football fans had to endure the ever changing outlooks stemming from various media outlets regarding the status of the NFL Lookout situation. Continue Reading →

The Raz: Tale of Two Shortstops

By Marc “The Raz” Rasbury

It is funny how fortunes can change in a (Harlem) New York minute. Two years ago, Derek Jeter was the King of New York while his Mets counter part, Jose Reyes, was being labeled an enigma. Jeter was leading the Yanks to their 27th World Series Championship whereas Reyes was nursing what was originally diagnosed as a hamstring strain that eventually turned into a year-long rehabilitation stint.

Now Reyes is being mentioned among the NL MVP candidates and some folks are trying to run Jeter out-of-town. In all fairness, it is not right to compare Jeter and Reyes at this stage of their careers. Continue Reading →

Gil Scott Heron Harlem Tribute

By Marc “The Raz” Rasbury

Last August 5th, with the Harlem’s Marcus Garvey Park serving as a background Gil Scott Heron gave one of his last NYC performances not too far from where grew up.

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