Maybe next year, Tiago. Via.
Tony Parker’s miraculous shot propelled the San Antonio Spurs to a win over the Miami Heat in Game 1 of the 2013 NBA Finals.
Mad Men returned to television on Sunday night with a morbid and dark episode titled “The Doorway.” Set in December 1967, this episode focused on Don Draper’s not-so-subtle obsession with death and his omnipresent sense of loneliness.
How great is Jennifer Lawrence? After winning the Oscar for Best Actress, she fell on the way to the accepting her award but it mattered little once she reached the podium.
Around this time last year, we did a DVD blog on (500) Days of Summer, a film starring maneater Zooey Deschanel. A year later, we revisit Deschanel in her television project New Girl, which is about three guys living with a girl named Jess Day (played by Deschanel).
As a part of Valentine’s Week, here is another installment. This time, we delve in the 1978 B-movie delight, Coach. THE SKINNY: Back in 2011, Bill Simmons unearthed a trailer for the film Coach, starring Cathy Lee Crosby. It appeared to be awkward and your typical 70s B-film. […]
Unless you were in complete isolation, hidden somewhere in a northeastern snow bank, and oblivious to humans, you probably heard that it’s Michael Jordan’s birthday on Sunday.
Valentine’s Week continues with an app that proves that we’re being watched…a lot. A new and disturbing app has arrived to further prove that dating is America’s fifth sport. Lulu, an app designed for women, rates the male Facebook friends of females based off ratings in an assortment […]
If anyone out there knows someone who bought a nearly five-foot tall Vermont Teddy Bear, send him/her my way. I’m curious to the thought process on a such purchase.
Our first blog post as a part of Valentine’s Week examines America’s fifth sport…dating. As a member of the “football media” while I was in college, I gained access to the NFL Media website. The aforementioned site contains a calendar of events for the NFL outside of the […]