Stories for People – Blue Rodeo

Greg Keelor and Jim Cuddy have been referred to as the Lennon and McCartney of Canada. It would be more proper to refer to them as the Keelor and Cuddy of the universe.are When Blue Rodeo’s first album “Outskirts” was released in 1987, no one including the band themselves could predict the impact they would have. […]

Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. The Outtakes.

Image from Wikipedia Page The week that I write this saw Actor Will Smith and his Fresh Prince cast-mates reunite from the safety of their home screens. The clip I viewed included a moving tribute to the late James Avery, who made Uncle Phil a famous TV patriarch. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air was the […]

What If?

  When will this be over? When will physical distancing start to be a thing of the past? These questions are two of many that everyone is asking. We don’t know the answers. We can speculate all we want. The reality is, we do not know. Once people started to get wind of how serious […]

10 Great Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) Games.

With contributions from David Alexander and Chad Mitchell.  The NES remains one of the most popular video game systems ever produced. The brisk sales of the re-booted mini are proof of its’ enduring popularity. During the heyday, the NES won consistent praise from critics around the globe. Calling it revolutionary may be an understatement. Much […]

10 Great Atari 2600 Games

The Atari 2600 was one of the first home video game systems to be owned by millions of households across the globe during the early 1980’s. The 2600 catalog contains a great mix of dreadful disasters and high-caliber classics. This is a select list in no order of just ten of the classics worth mentioning. […]

Danzig III – How The Gods Kill. A Retrospective.

The classic Danzig lineup’s third album is an often forgotten, underrated entry into heavy metal’s diverse history. Whether you like Glenn Danzig or not, his contribution to music cannot be overlooked. How The Gods Kill marked an artistic merging point for the diversity of musical influences Danzig drew on. Even dating back to the Misfits […]

Workouts

Moving is chaos. No matter how far the distance. Routines change temporarily until they can be worked around the boxes and bits of a new place. What I’ve missed out on for physical workouts has been partially made up for in the moving process. Boxes and bins need to be moved several times. There is […]