Brett Hull thinks hockey today is boring, and someone created false outrage over it

Does the player’s personality get strangled by the protectiveness a team shares over his freedom? What if players could get away with some fun, just like the old days? Does that make necessarily them bad people? Brett Hull is one of those retired Hall of Fame hockey players who thinks current players have no personality … More Brett Hull thinks hockey today is boring, and someone created false outrage over it

South City Confessions: Living with high blood pressure and heart attacks in the family

We’re all going to die. As a wise person once said, none of us are making it out of here alive. Those are just the facts, but it’s all a matter of how you deal with and interpret them. You can either live in fear or get busy living. For me, it’s an interesting setup. … More South City Confessions: Living with high blood pressure and heart attacks in the family

The Frank O. Pinion Entertainment Radio Segment, Episode 59: ‘Homeland’ finale delivers emotional pathos

Every week, the balance between movies and television show commentary on The Large Morning Show in the Afternoon isn’t always easy to gauge. There are always movies discussed and dissected-with the dissection mostly coming from myself-but the TV show news can take over the majority of the show. These days, it’s more often than not. … More The Frank O. Pinion Entertainment Radio Segment, Episode 59: ‘Homeland’ finale delivers emotional pathos

Why Bernie Miklasz without a radio show is a sad thing for St. Louis sports fans

Late last summer, when Kevin Wheeler was let go from 101.1 WXOS ESPN, I thought to myself, “well, at least Bernie Miklasz is still there in the mornings.” Today, that is no longer true. Miklasz, a veteran on the St. Louis sports radio and journalism scene, was let go amid a flurry of cuts at … More Why Bernie Miklasz without a radio show is a sad thing for St. Louis sports fans