Frank O. Pinion gave me a shot. Over two years ago, I first joined Frank in the afternoon on a Tuesday. Being in a studio lives on its own island. … Continue reading How Frank O. Pinion made me a better film critic
Family. Human interest stories. Tributes. All here.
For eight years, this place took care of us.
Please, don’t sweat the small stuff.
I married my sweetheart in 2005, and today we are still in love.
A call or visit goes a long way, so make it happen.
Blake Snyder may be gone, but he can teach us a valuable lesson.
It’s okay to do what you want to do until it’s time to do what you need to do. What if those two things merged, though? Working in a warehouse … Continue reading 590 The Fan: From warehouse to radio
Fathers Day is a reminder, painful for some, that being able to call your parents shouldn’t be taken for granted.
When I think of Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers, I think of Dan Marino and the Miami Dolphins. The juicer subplot is James winning two titles with the Miami … Continue reading Lebron James and Cleveland: Second place lifers
While Miesha Tate and Nate Diaz were huge winners in Saturday’s UFC 196, the biggest winner was Dana White. His model is working.
What if a child was raised on nothing but technology? Instead of books, he was shown fighting videos and pornography. Instead of nurturing and a comfy bedroom, he was kept … Continue reading The Eternal Echo: Uncomfortable yet thought provoking
11 years ago, I married my wife. Still my best move yet.