Republished with permission of gamepeople.co.uk game reviews. The long awaited Sequel to Motorstorm is here. Created by Evolution Studios, I was very excited to have a crack at Motorstorm: Pacific Rift. It had caught my eye as I waited for […]
I really wanted to like this video. With a voice cast such as Broderick, Hoffman, Weaver, etc., I thought it would light up the screen, and besides, who doesn’t like a small mouse with big ears?
When I started skateboarding again I knew that I would eventually wind up injured. It was only a matter of time and a question of how severe. I made it roughly two months. In that time I regained my form, […]
I was in a local bookstore a few days ago and ran across a book called Do Hard Things. It was written by two teenagers and targeted to high school kids, but the message could be aimed at anyone. It […]
Arthur Laurents comes back to Broadway with a refreshed production of his “West Side Story.” The production incorporates some major changes to the 50’s original, including songs and scenes in Spanish and an edgier feel to the overall story.
The AL West was the sorriest division in baseball last season, with just one team finishing above .500. That team, the LA Angels of Anaheim, ran away with the division, clinching weeks before the season was over.
Paul Rudd (Role Models) moves to the front of the comedian brat pack in a hilarious feature which raises the bar of the “Bro-mance” movie.
He plays Peter Klaven, a “girlfriend” guy, meaning he’s a serial monogamist who puts so much of his energy into his relationships with women that he’s failed to develop meaningful friendships with male friends. Now forced to find a best man for his wedding, he seeks a new
If you have ever seen the movie The Departed, you’ve probably heard the Dropkick Murphys’ song “I’m shipping up to Boston” that plays during the opening sequence. The song tells the story of a pirate who lost his peg leg […]
Ernie Banks once told the New York Times, “Spring training means flowers, people, coming outdoors, sunshine, optimism, and baseball. Spring training is a time to think about being young again.” I would submit that, with a six-month old in the […]
We’re running through a three-week preview of the upcoming MLB season, team by team. Last week, we covered the AL East and NL East. This week, the AL Central and NL Central.
The other night our whole family went to have Chinese food together. As we were getting ready to go outside into the frigid cold, I started zipping up Elijah’s jacket, but was having a little bit of trouble. It was […]
THE FATHER LIFE PODCAST with RadioDad Mike Austin Episode #10: Interview with Mike Baush from Discover card talking about their new “Current Card” that dads can get for their teens to help teach financial independence… also… “Gotta Get Me One […]
I earn a living in sales. I’ve been selling in some form or fashion most all of my life. I was a scrawny kid growing up, 5 foot nothin’ and a hundred pounds in high school. Ears like Dumbo. Literally the smallest kid in school in ninth grade. So I had to learn to sell myself.
As dads, our time is valuable. And it’s really hard to keep track of everything going on when you’re balancing a family and kids with a career and any other numerous activities you may have on your plate. One of […]
Over the next three weeks, we’ll be running through a preview of the upcoming MLB season, team by team. First in the lineup, the AL East and NL East.