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Sean Isabella

Content Marketer

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Raised in New York and now adopted by the South, I've been writing professionally for more than eight years — two at a small afternoon daily in McComb, Mississippi, four covering Louisiana Tech and Grambling for The News-Star in Monroe, Louisiana, 10 months of Big 12 content for CNHI, and the past year-plus as a content writer for a digital marketing agency. I'll tell you something you may not have known.

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Joy Cone Blog
11/26/2019
White Chocolate Praline Bread Pudding

If you've ever stepped foot in a Southern restaurant to stock up on a belly full of Creole, Cajun, or down-home Southern classics, the dessert menu you generally wave off likely featured a centuries-old staple - bread pudding. No, not that pudding you may be thinking of: the porridge-like concoction you see in holiday movies.

CNHI News
10/10/2018
Where the sausage is made: Inside the CFP selection process

GRAPEVINE, Texas - The sights and sounds trapped inside the 4.5-acre atrium at the Gaylord Texan Resort make this scene look like a miniature Disney World. Instead of movie characters and fantasy rides, a scaled-down version of the Alamo and San Antonio's Riverwalk help produce a world within a world where, night and day, suits walk among the passageways as if it was a Monday morning on Wall Street.

Oklahoma Gazette
COOP Ale Works will follow its F5 success with a whirlwind of new brews

Blake Jarolim figured Oklahoma beer drinkers weren’t ready for this. “This” being F5, a West Coast IPA created in 2010 that would eventually help COOP Ale Works explode from a small craft brewery to a growing empire in Oklahoma City. At one point, Jarolim wasn’t ready for it either. The schoolteacher turned master brewer hated hoppy beers until he realized they brought flavor instead of just bitterness. “‘They’re going to taste this and they’re going to think this is so bitter and...

CNHI News
06/30/2018
States racing for piece of sports gambling action

The morning of May 14 started like any other for Jake Williams at Sportradar U.S. Hours later, following the U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing sports gambling nationwide, he felt like a fourth round National Football League draft pick - happy for the news yet aware of the long and uncertain road ahead.

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thenewsstar.com
The Fobbs playbook: A guide to revival

GRAMBLING - A rugged-looking, wide-ruled notebook sits on the desk of Broderick Fobbs with a portion of it masking a black three-ring binder equipped with a stack of notes, a ruler and a stencil of plays.

thenewsstar.com
Tech running back pays it forward

RUSTON - It's an ordinary fall day for a seemingly ordinary young boy in the Brown household. At his grandparents' house in southern Ruston, 11-year-old Deangelo Brown slides back on a dark couch and peers up at a television with a Spongebob re-run playing in the background.

thenewsstar.com
12/26/2014
Strong roots: The story behind Kenneth Dixon's stardom

STRONG, Arkansas - An overcast day with pockets of sun shines over Jerry Burson Field, a place that hardly resembles much when empty. On this December afternoon, the field is littered with spots of brown grass - a sign that winter is coming - and a few puddles of water from a lingering rainstorm.

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