Just Shuffle and Deal

July 31, 2013

By Will Martin If there has been any team in Major League Baseball unafraid and uninhibited to get out of heavy debt in exchange for blue chip stock the last three years…can you say Houston […]

The Magnificent 7

July 31, 2013

By Steven Doyle Summer is in full swing and thoughts of the backyard bird smoking for a few hours is awfully enticing, but not nearly as provoking as meandering stealthily into a few dozen barbecue […]

No Hitting Means No Winning

July 29, 2013

  By Mark Miller Unable to score enough runs in too many games, the Texas Rangers find themselves in territory unheard of during their recent years of success. The team was shut out three times […]

SXSW Road Trip – 2013

July 26, 2013

This was the fifth year in a row my friends and I went on our annual SXSW Road Trip to Austin, attending Texas’s biggest music event. Eight of us got together after last year’s trip […]

Really Unusual Bizarre & Weird News: July Edition

July 26, 2013

By Andrew J. Hewett SHOCKED? LOOK THIS UP YOURSELF The Washington Post reports when President Obama and family visited Africa recently, with all involved, including hundreds of security agents, an entourage of planes and ground […]

On Deck: Russell in the Wind

July 26, 2013

By Will Martin Every once in a blue moon we come across a feel-good story where you hope someone finds the road back to redemption through a way of life, a passion or labor of […]

The Wolverine Movie Review

July 25, 2013

By Gary Dowell Let’s face it: Old man Logan took a serious cinematic beating in his first solo outing, X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009), most of it from the writer and director rather than the villains. It was […]

Blitz Weekender: July 25-28

July 25, 2013

By Audra Stamp It’s the last weekend before August hits which means summer is slowly coming to an end. What this means for you is that you better get out there and enjoy everything before […]

Red 2 Movie Review

July 24, 2013

By Gary Dowell Much like its 2010 predecessor, based on Warren Ellis and Cully Hammer’s comic book about elderly secret agents forced out of retirement after they’re targeted for elimination, Red 2 is free from […]

Mayweather & The Machine

July 24, 2013

By Keysha Hogan Stephen Espinoza, Showtime’s head of sports, is betting big on Floyd Mayweather’s staying power. For Mayweather, the power of his opponent’s left hook isn’t the only stress he faces. It is crucial […]

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