“The entirety of V carries a similar John Hughes-by way of-Saturdays=Youth vibe, albeit one viewed thru the lens of The Breakfast Club’s “weirdo” Ally Sheedy character rather than Molly Ringwald.”—Oh Pitchfork!
“I always believed that I’d return to Boston and finish my career there. I just didn’t know when. After the season, I went to see 22 Jump Street. Then, I saw They Came Together with Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler. It was delightful. But I have two girls and one boy. We have a lovely family. I started thinking about what it would be like to raise my family in Boston, well not like downtown, more like Metro West or at least twenty minutes outside the city.”—EXCLUSIVE: “I’m coming home” by Brian Scalabrine
Back in 2001, a grownup person – like a real, human, grownup person – thought it’d be a good idea to dress up three professional basketball players as chefs in order to sell cookbooks. Shortly after, this same grownup person convinced other grown people to turn his dream into a reality. The result: the greatest cookbook of our generation, “Denver Nuggets: Cooking with Altitude,” a culinary masterpiece that would go on to sell more than 18 copies in the Rocky Mountain area.
Thirteen years later, the book is more popular than ever, which is to say that it’s still not that popular…
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Members of the House of Representatives are trying to sneak through a dangerous amendment that will strip the FCC of its power to enact meaningful net neutrality. The provision will prevent the FCC from treating the Internet like an essential telecommunications service…
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