Monthly Archives: September 2013

REVIEW: “Star Wars: Empire and Rebellion : Razor’s Edge” by Martha Wells

Princess Leia is the focus of the Martha Wells novel “Razor’s Edge,” the first of the “Empire and Rebellion” trilogy, which follows one of the “Big Three” in a one-shot adventure set during the fertile three years between “A New Hope” and “The Empire Strikes Back.” Continue reading

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My Commandments of Sport Fandom

Maybe I’m not as strong willed as I’d like to think or I just had to satisfy my own morbid curiosity.¬†Either way I bit a bullet I had been trying to avoid for years: the national phenomenon known as…Fantasy Football. … Continue reading

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Fox Sports 1 ignores Waltrip’s involvement in Controversy

While normally as chatty as can be during a broadcast of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, Michael Waltrip fell noticeably silent in one segment Friday night during the series’ race at Chicagoland Speedway. The segment in question had announcer … Continue reading

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That New Season Feel

You smell that? That’s the smell of optimism. Actually, I don’t know if a state of mind can have a scent, but if it did, I’d like to think it’s the smell of freshly cut grass/turf/whatever your favorite football team … Continue reading

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Out and about in the Circle City

Is it possible to get cabin fever after one day? It sure felt like it after Saturday, when I never left the confines of home, thanks in most part to the first Saturday of the college football season. After watching … Continue reading

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