Without Lou Brock, I may not like baseball as much as I do today. One could call it a stretch. After all, my dad’s old man famously paced the front … Continue reading Lou Brock may have finally stolen heaven, but he’ll live in Cardinal hearts forever
Time is a constraint. No matter how you see it, the clock is always ticking, reminding us of our mortality and how long we may have left on this rock. … Continue reading ‘Synchronic’ is proof that Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead are for real
Sean Connery was a towering talent who knew when to walk away from the movie game. A Great Scot who left Hollywood nearly two decades ago, deciding to let the … Continue reading “That’s how you get Capone!” Looking back at Sean Connery’s greatest performance
Mel Gibson as Santa is the comeback role of a lifetime!
Troy Siade died too young. He was the kind of the guy who came into a dark room and provided instant electricity. A guiding light for a slow day at … Continue reading South City Confessions: The one heroic deed that the St. Louis Cardinals did for the Manual Scoreboard crew
No one cares about writers anymore. I mean, not really. Let’s pour a bourbon and wax poetically about the dying breed of scribes. It’s not like minds aren’t reading articles … Continue reading South City Confessions: Are writers becoming a dying breed?
The best kept secret on a great show.
If you know anything about mixed martial arts, you know that Greg Jackson is the Godfather of the practice. One of the original practitioners of getting punched and asking for … Continue reading Greg Jackson on what ‘Kingdom’ got right about MMA: How much their personal life affects event performance
Nick Jonas playing an MMA fighter didn’t exactly land right off the tongue. As his co-star, Paul Walter Hauser, would say, it was more of a mad lib than true … Continue reading Why Nick Jonas was the secret weapon in Byron Balasco’s ‘Kingdom’
Hello there. Here’s 15 minutes of my time. What it means for you on the reading side, I have little clue. Call it a small coffee with Princeton Heights. Let’s … Continue reading 6 Worthy Conversations: Elections, being harsh on the Cards, and the documentary to watch
Some endings are sad and pathetic. The finality of it all overwhelms the person, encasing them in angry grief for days. A pity unlike no other takes over and well, … Continue reading The Frank O. Pinion Entertainment Segment, Episode #84: The final hour on 590 The Fan