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boxtorow.com DWCommunications, LLC, whose subsidiaries include the nationally syndicated sports talk radio program FROM THE PRESS BOX TO PRESS ROW w/ Donal Ware, also known as BOXTOROW, announces its partnership with Grind City Media, a subsidiary of the NBA’s Memphis Grizzlies. As part of the partnership, BOXTOROW and Grind City Media will collaborate on a
UNCW head men’s basketball Kevin Keatts is one of the most sought after coaches in the country. The Lynchburg, VA native is in his third season as the head coach of the Seahawks and has led UNCW to back-to-back CAA titles. The Seahawks (29-5) come in as a No. 12 seed and will take on
He’s a pioneer in the rap game. His name is Kool G. Rap. Biggie, Nas, Jay-Z are a few of the rappers that G Rap influenced. During his heyday, he was different than anyone that had been heard before, at least coming out of New York. His street stories and sexual exploits on record are
BOXTOROW host Donal Ware talks with the seven-time NASCAR champion about winning it last year, his future in the sport and if he could win the championship four-straight years as he did from 2006-09.
BOXTOROW host Donal Ware talks with the budding young country superstar about her music, her album Road Less Traveled, CMT Next Women of Country, Alabama football and well… her booty.
This is our first BOXTOROW Podcast and it features a conversation with Durham Herald-Sun reporter Jonas Pope, IV who covers the NCCU Eagles for the paper. He talks with host Donal Ware about the Aggie-Eagle battle and what to expect from both teams.
N.C. A&T running back Tarik Cohen talks about his success at North Carolina A&T, his high school years at Bunn High School in North Carolina, about how N.C. A&T was the only school to offer him a scholarship and about high school players attending HBCUs.