It goes without saying that, being a freelance writer on the Internet, I have no shortage of respect and admiration for the folks who manage to make themselves a name and some fame in the always competitive world wide web. Folks like the Nostalgia Critic,
Liam Neeson is one of my favorite actors for a reason, known for his consistently solid performances from Schindler’s List to Taken, plus courtesy of the most recognizable Celtic accent this side of Sean Connery, he has been the voice of beloved characters from the
Zorba’s is something of a legend in the Richmond culinary community. Having opened it’s doors in 1994, it has earned a reputation as to go to Greek restaurant, both for it’s filling food and splendid service, no surprise given it’s a signature of Hellenic dining.
Well folks, it seems that millions of nerds who cried out and were suddenly silent no longer will at last get their wish. After taking the better part of the last decade or so to destroy every bit of good he’s ever done, in regards
Few historical events have given us as many marvelous tales of triumph and heroism as World War II, and few of the tales of triumph and heroism in World War II can match that of the Tuskegee Airmen. Facing discrimination at home from their countrymen
Among my more nerdy hobbies that I have, one people are most surprised at is my penchant for playing Dungeons and Dragons. Inspired by the Lord of the Rings and other works of the early fantasy genre, the game was created by Gary Gygax and
I don’t watch much television anymore, for good reason given my upcoming rant. The Fox television network may have finally earned a spot on my shit list dear readers. I’ll give them credit, they gave us Fringe and 24, which was, until now, was enough