Jimmy Goldenberg


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My name is Jimmy Goldenberg. I was born and grew up in Chicago, Illinois. I have moved around quite a bit in pursuit of post secondary degrees. In addition to Chicago, I have called Las Vegas, NV, Delray Beach, Fl, Muskeegon, Michigan, Toronto, Ontario, and Niagara on the Lake, Ontario home. I have four university degrees, a BS,MS,MA, and a PhD. I essentially use none of them. For the past ten years I have been involved in thoroughbred horse racing as an owner, trainer, jockey agent, and bloodstock agent. Recently, I put that all behind me, and went back to school to study journalism. I hope to be a sports reporter in the not to distant future.

A Devilish Good Time

Nikolai Diablo comes straight out of a nightmare. With the look of a deranged vampire and a voice that would make you want to sleep with the lights on, "the ring monster" of Carnival Diablo has been guiding audiences through a mystical journey of fear for close to 25 years.

Blood in the Game

A Social Media Story storified by Jimmy Goldenberg


Uploaded by Jimmy Goldenberg on 2016-02-29.

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Re-living the dream

It seemed like a strange place to talk about dreams. The lights of the chain-store coffee shop were muted, but not dull enough to disguise a floor victimized by the shoes that had maneuvered through a slushy February day in Toronto. The parking lot led to a side door.

Pig Racer

Kenny LaSalle, Boss Hogg the Pig Racer


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There's hockey played in India?

The Brampton Beast was hard at work preparing for an East Coast Hockey League season opener October 23, when some well-travelled visitors stopped by to watch the practice. The group of young men was from India, and while they were enjoying their Tim Hortons coffee, they didn't travel this far just for a cup of Canadian java.

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Hockey is hockey - played standing or sledging

The moisture on the glass made it difficult to see, but the sounds of blades cutting into ice and pucks slamming in the boards were undeniable. As the clock ticked down closer to zero, the players finished warm-ups and lined up for the opening ceremony. The faces looked familiar; determined and anxious.

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Mountaineers suffer bruising defeat in women's varsity b-ball

Mohawk women's basketball coach Kevin Duffy knew his squad was in for a tough night Saturday at the DBARC. The Mountaineers were short-handed and facing the highly-ranked Humber Hawks. Duffy's team battled throughout the contest but ended up on the losing side of the 52-43 final. Mohawk's struggles started early.

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Collins to the rescue for Mountaineers

Playing the role of a superhero, Kareem Collins waited until the last few seconds on the clock to dramatically save the day. The first-year guard sank two free throws with 6.3 seconds left to give Mohawk a 92-90 lead, then shut down Sheridan guard Dylan Periana on the ensuing possession to preserve the victory and the Mountaineers' undefeated record Wednesday night at the DBARC.

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Putting the right fist forward

The thought of having your nose punched to one side of your face would be alarming to most people. For 23-year-old Hamilton boxer Jessie Wilcox, it's all in a day's work.

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