Don’t let the fact that three number one seeds ended up making the Final Four fool you. This has been an exciting tournament (did you see Kentucky vs. Notre Dame?) and will continue to be so in its final three games. … Continue reading
Me? Yeah, four for four last night. But who cares. We interrupt this tournament update to bring even more euphoria-inducing news. Craig T. Nelson. Hayden Fox. Revival. NBC. More… reasons… to… keep… on… living.
The question most asked of me as baseball season begins remains: How do you feel about the return of Alex Rodriguez? Answer: Is it possible to feel differently and indifferently at the same time? It’s true, I do feel differently about Alex Rodriguez … Continue reading
I don’t think I’ve ever been disappointed by the opening weekend of the NCAA Tournament. From an objective standpoint, it somehow always lives up to the hype, and this year was no different. The performance of our local teams, however, … Continue reading
Gee, that first day of the NCAA Tournament got a lot of hype, but it just wasn’t that exciting. Said no one ever. Now if you’ll excuse me I have more work to avoid and basketball to watch.
The resignation of Aaron Schock (“R”-Ill.) from Congress should hardly come as shocking (sorry) to anyone following the troubled legislator’s exploits over the past few months and perhaps his entire congressional career. There are several disappointing angles to this story, … Continue reading
This is the only day of the year I buy a newspaper. And I’ve been doing it for more than 25 years. Thus begins the greatest week in sports, now that those Tuesday and Wednesday games have grown on me. … Continue reading
There was a time when the weekend culminating with Selection Sunday was one of my favorite weekends of the year. I suppose it still is, more though for the anticipation of what’s to come than of the days themselves. With … Continue reading
Much has been made about Walmart’s recent decision to raise its part-time workers’ hourly wage to $10 an hour, beginning April 1st and continuing into 2016. To some it’s as though Ebenezer Scrooge paused halfway through A Christmas Carol and … Continue reading
To say Tiger Woods is past his prime is like referring to a puddle as a snowman past his prime. It’s been nearly seven years since Tiger Woods won a major and a year and a half since he finished … Continue reading