Last night was one of the best Tigers games I’ve ever been a part of. We squared off against the Hotshots. They had a full bench while we had nine skaters. They had Peter in net, which is always a challenge for us. We had a goalie we’d never played with before, who graciously agreed [...]
It was a much better week for biking as the weather returned to something less gross than the previous week. We actually had morning temps in the high 60s/low 70s and a decent breeze so the rides were pleasant. Nothing extraordinary really happened during the week. I managed to ride four days of five (Monday [...]
We love Ugly Betty. The show started shooting in New York for season three and they are downtown a lot shooting at the Woolworth Building (which doubles as the headquarters of Meade) and in and around City Hall Park. Tonight, however, they are shooting in our back yard in North Cove Marina. They are shooting [...]
A songwriting legend passed away in New York last night. Ellie Greenwich wrote some of the most enduring songs of the 60s, including the Crystals’ “Da Doo Ron Ron” and “Then He Kissed Me,” and the Ronettes’ “Be My Baby” (a song the Recording Industry Association Of America and National Endowment For The Arts included [...]
Here’s a short video I made of the life-size Barbies on display in the window of the Rootstein NYC showroom.
J.M. Snyder’s The V in Valor is the first of five stories in a new set of Vic & Matt adventures. It’s also my first exposure to Snyder’s super couple and I like what I’ve read so far. Since I haven’t read any of the former stories, I don’t know the complete back story, but [...]
Well, Richard Simmons can finally hang up his sequined tank tops and short-shorts because there’s a new gay minstrel in town! What Would Brian Boitano Make? premiered this weekend on Food Network and the show is an insulting, stomach churning mess. First, Boitano’s credentials for hosting a food show are dubious at best, but the [...]