Dallas Mavericks Not Feeling at Home

March 31, 2014

By Will Martin Right before the start of the currently running eight game homestand I remember telling myself that going 6-2 during this homestand would be a good thing for the Dallas Mavericks. This thought ran […]

Steven Bowditch holds on to win Texas Open

March 31, 2014

By Jay Betsill The 2014 Valero Texas Open week began with the buzz that comes along with having a star-studded field including Phil Mickelson, Jordan Spieth and Ernie Els. Thursday morning arrived amidst a thick […]

MLB: Under Cuban Influence

March 31, 2014

By Will Martin It’s interesting how certain things in life are among the absolutes in their path, description, or expectation. Like a duck takes to water, born to play a position, being placed somewhere that […]

Movie Review: Sabotage

March 31, 2014

By Gary Dowell A loud, visceral, and messy assault on the senses — and not in a fun way — actor/California governor/actor again Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Sabotage delivers what it promises to its star’s career. It’s […]

Angela Scott Will Save Us All

March 28, 2014

Angela Scott Is a Designer Who Knows Men’s Footwear By Amber LaFrance In case you didn’t already know, women always, and I mean ALWAYS, check out a man’s shoes. A pair of cross-trainers on a […]

Has Hollywood Lost Its Way?

March 27, 2014

By Ethan Harmon Simple answer: yes. Yes, it has. Hollywood is taking a turn for the worse over the past few years, cranking out reboots and sequels, most of which do not work and never […]

Blitz Weekender: March 27-30

March 27, 2014

By Tommy Kennicot The sporting world is preparing itself for the Sweet Sixteen and baseball’s Opening Day games which is greatness for sports fans there are still a lot of cool events going on in […]

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