Believe It

Nick Foles cries. A lot. But he can afford to. He’s the Super Bowl MVP of the E-A-G-L-E-S Eagles. More to the point, I endorse his message of finding strength through weakness. Foles’ honesty is refreshing as he is not playing for fame, for wealth, or an accumulation of trophies. He’s playing to honor God….

What Does This Button Do?

Run to the hills, Maiden fans. Front-man Bruce Dickinson’s autobiography What Does This Button Do? is fun, relatable, and likable, just like the rock deity himself. Bruce is, after all, a different sort of heavy metal artist, so there is no reason why his book should also not be equally unique. Alongside the tales of…

Not Dead Yet…

As an impressionable young boy in the summer of 1985, fully discovering my personal musical tastes, I distinctly remember purchasing Genesis’ self-titled release, on cassette of course, and probably due to the fact that local-Philadelphia radio station WMMR was, as it was quite known for doing, playing the album to death. But more than the…

Spectacular Uncanny Invincible

How else would one expect Stan (the Man) Lee to craft his own memoir than through a bombastic graphic novel, where he speaks to you like a friend about his MARVELous life – and he does this in the mighty manner that only Stan knows how. With fan-favorites Peter David and Colleen Doran along for…

An Irish Story… In America

Breaking away from his bold set in Ireland stories, Jim Sheridan tells an Irish tale, a personal tale at that, set, you guessed it, in America. In doing so, especially by placing the story in New York, makes this movie inherently American. In fact, In America offers up a huge slice of Americana both thematically and…