With the Blues and Blackhawks waging war today in The Windy City and the home stead dialed down to a quiet roar right now, allow me to fire out a bullet round full of versatile material. Expect everything and wear extra padding if you feel the need. I used to write these once a week, … More The Bullet Round
On Thursday night at The Coliseum in downtown St. Louis, a couple miles from Scottrade Center where playoff hockey was getting fired up, a local band 1917 Soundtrack was starting their live stage experience. The Coliseum is a showcase for a number of artists, featuring painters, models and musicians. In a special event hosted by … More 1917 Soundtrack Hits The Live Stage
On Saturday night in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand, Manny Pacquiao got a little redemption. While a heavy majority of the boxing united will tell you what they saw wasn’t surprising, vindication came in the form of a majority decision for the W.B.O. champ. Pacquiao didn’t destroy Timothy Bradley in their rematch, but he did … More The Avenging Filipino
My takes on Captain America 2 and Divergent. … More Captain America: Winter Soldier/Divergent Movie Reviews
Two years ago, Manny Pacquiao climbed into the ring against Timothy Bradley and was ready to hand the undefeated fighter his first loss. Over the course of 12 rounds, Pacquiao did more than enough to deliver on that bet. Any time a fighter takes on another over money in front of a big crowd, he … More Pacquiao-Bradley II Preview
The Blues are in serious trouble as they attempt to find their footing heading into the playoffs. … More What Happened To The St. Louis Blues?
Every home opener at Busch reminds me of a fallen friend. … More Remembering Troy