A story: One day in mid-June 1997 my dad brought home a strange hardback book for my 8th birthday. Much like Vernon Dursley, I was initially skeptical and unfairly prejudiced. This book looked weird. On the cover was a bespectacled teenage boy wearing a rugby shirt and what appeared to be a crimson cape riding a… broom?
Month: June 2017
If you’re roughly my age (or a bit older), the early 2000s marked the years in which you started to become conscious of music as a medium. In those early adolescent years, music changed, morphing from random sounds you heard on the radio or in your childhood home to a medium you began to control
“With these lazy eyes, I’ve seen more than you could see in seven lifetimes” Curren$y – “Flight Briefing” (Pilot Talk II) Shante Scott Franklin aka Curren$y aka Spitta Andretti is a Louisiana rapper and the unlikely hero of our story. A journeyman of the rap game, Spitta never quite found a permanent home in the industry.
Last night, the Pittsburgh Penguins clinched back-to-back Stanley Cups in Game 6 in Nashville. Winning a Stanley Cup is a difficult and trying pursuit that requires immeasurable amounts of injury luck, physical resilience, puck bounces, and above all else elite play from an entire team – #1 forward to #6 defenseman – over the course
The Bakery Podcast returns for Episode 28! The domestic soccer season has come to an end, a Champions League winner has been crowned, and the transfer market rumor mill has already begun churning. Now we face a summer filled with a lot of baseball (ugh), Confederations Cup matches, and deflating DC United losses. Despite those
In less than 2 hours we will all collectively be eyeballs deep in the Champions League Final between reigning champion Real Madrid and Juventus FC. It is the match-up the soccer world has been waiting for since October. The final duel we deserve. The Cavs – Warriors of European finals. When group stage began 9
Back in October, I tuned in to watch the opening night of the NBA season. Sitting next to me, my roommate declared that there was no point in watching this game (Warriors – Spurs) or any regular season game for that matter because we all knew who was going to be in the Finals. “Start the