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Archive for the month “November, 2015”

Alive ’75 Brings KISS Show To MONTCO

IMG_7320As you may recall, I saw Alive ’75 back in September. Having enjoyed their terrific show in Newton, I was eager to see their Montgomery County Community College (MONTCO) concert, which took place last weekend. Unlike the Newton show, the one at MONTCO was an all-day celebration of KISS and it happened to take place on the 40th anniversary of the formation of the KISS Army.  Read more…

Blood, Sweat And Bond: Behind The Scenes Of SPECTRE

2CC2DBA000000578-3247907-Blood_Sweat_And_Bond_Behind_The_Scenes_Of_Spectre_curated_by_Ran-a-9_1443346701744If you’re a James Bond fan looking to learn about all of the behind-the-scenes details from the latest 007 film, SPECTRE, DK Publishing has a new book out you might be interested in picking up. It’s called Blood, Sweat and Bond: Behind the scenes of SPECTRE. Check out my review of the book below to determine whether or not it’s worth the price of admission:

Meeting Burt Young & Dr. Ruth

IMG_6993Last Saturday I decided to do the Rocky Run for the first time, mainly because of the cool-looking medals everyone received for completing the 10k run/walk, which you can see in the image below. It’s also worth noting that the money raised by this sold-out event benefited the Special Olympics.  Read more…

James Patterson Honored At National Book Awards

IMG_7083Last night I attended the National Book Awards in New York City, an annual event hosted by the National Book Foundation. My reason for going was to see James Patterson receive the 2015 Literarian Award for Outstanding Service to the American Literary Community. Past recipients of this award include Maya Angelou and Dave Eggers.  Read more…

Undertaker: 25 Years Of Destruction

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This year marks the Undertaker’s 25th anniversary in wrestling, so it’s only fitting that DK Publishing should release a beautiful hardback book celebrating this occasion. Below is my review of Undertaker: 25 Years of Destruction.

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