Young Sheldon

19 Mar 19
Funk's House of Geekery

Horror fans know that the 1990’s was the crash in the genre after the embarrassment of riches the 80’s gave us. That being said there are some true gems hidden among the rubble which fans of scary flicks hold near and dear. Silence of the Lambs: The movie stuffy critics love to insist is a […]

19 Mar 19
Lucian Poll's Web Ramblings

After the relative disappointment of Best New Horror 2 compared to the first volume, it’s pleasing to see a noticeable improvement in this third outing. Out go the sci-fi pretenders and bloodless time-wasters of book two to be replaced by some notably darker material – this was the year American Psycho hit the bookshelves, after […]

19 Mar 19
Puck77

When looking at the Toronto Maple Leafs for each of the last few seasons (Last place finish aside), one issue has been coming up a lot with this team… its consistency. This team has struggled with being consistent throughout the last few seasons, despite the record. At the time of this writing, the Leafs sit […]

19 Mar 19
Wausau Pilot & Review

WAUSAU – Northcentral Technical College announced today the President’s List for outstanding academic achievement for the fall 2018 term. The following students enrolled in a post-secondary program, earned a 3.75 grade point average or above and successfully completed a minimum of six credits during the fall term.   Abbotsford: Samantha Hawkey,  Morgan Monroe,  Alleah Schmidt,  […]

19 Mar 19
Smart Cat Press

In the storied history of television, moms get short shrift. They’re often shallow, underdeveloped, and generally wind up more stereotypes (or, more charitably, archetypes) than actual women. But every now and then you get a fully developed,…

19 Mar 19
Jonathan E. P. Moore

As long as the Progressive Democrats and the outside interests control the ‘Deep State’ Mainstream Media, and the American people keep drinking the Kool-Ade because they’re too lazy to do their own research, then know that when it comes to the intentional transformation of America to Socialism that will eventually lead to the New World […]

19 Mar 19
The Joys Of Binge Reading

Kathryn Hughes’ first dual time line novel, The Letter, became a word-of-mouth best seller that knocked Gone Girl off Kindle’s Number One spot. Hi there I’m your host Jenny Wheeler, and today Kathryn talks about her stories of family secrets and deep emotion, and having actress Joanne Froggart – Anna Bates in Downton Abbey – […]

19 Mar 19
Oakland County Moms

Futskills Academy Soccer Camps – Rochester Hills Michigan summer soccer camps for kids ages 3-16 located at Stoney Creek High School and Holy Family

19 Mar 19
Gotham City Book Club

Introducing the most pathetic member of Batman’s A-List villains, The Riddler. Plus: the troubling legacy of writer Chuck Dixon.

19 Mar 19
Touchdown Wire

The first wave of the 2019 NFL free agency is over. The biggest names in free agency have signed contracts and are preparing for the 2019 NFL season. But with each signing, teams either helped themselves or got worse. That makes it a perfect opportunity to review and alter our power rankings accordingly. Here’s the […]

19 Mar 19
Redshirt Review

With over a week gone in NFL Free Agency, most of the big names have been signed. It is time to take a look at the winners and losers. 

18 Mar 19
TVLine

Mom, Young Sheldon, Criminal Minds, FBI, God Friended Me, The Neighborhood and Magnum P.I. will absolutely be back next season. The NCIS franchise once again is a lock to return. And