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The Last Ride

I remember the moment when I found out that pro wrestling wasn’t real. It was the late 80’s, and only a few

Phoenix Sports Restaurant

When you consider the sheer number of offerings on the restaurant’s extensive and extremely tempting menu, and that he is chief cook


When analyzing pop culture longevity, it’s pretty tough to argue with the enduring staying power of Scooby-Doo. The personable pooch and his

Were We Awake

When I was first awakened to the joy of writing, short stories were my love. There was something about the genre that

Sangria Ham

Stay Committed to Achieve Your Goals

Do you complain about not achieving your goals? Do you grumble about all the obstacles and problems that make it so difficult?

The Confession Killer

When MAKING A MURDERER was released on Netflix, it revolutionized a genre. While a plethora of true crime features have entered the

The LaFayette Inn

“A true hidden gem. Amazing fresh fish and beef sandwiches.”

“We can’t wait to come back to try new flavors of

Checklist For The Last Chapter

It’s been a while since I’ve covered it but I have to deal with it practically every day so let’s make sure

Expanding Our Discussions

The September 24 Post-Standard featured an article by Anna Clark headlined “Affordable clean water is a racial issue.” The headline stated “separate