The KISS Room: March 10, 2023

This past Friday, March 10, I returned to The KISS Room to join my friends Matt Porter and Bobby Dreher for another fantastic episode. We covered everything from KISS announcing the final 50 dates of its final tour ever to all of us getting tickets to see KISS at Madison Square Garden in December to the band being on Howard Stern, and more. Listen to the full episode below. Enjoy!

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The Best Super Bowl Halftime Shows

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The Super Bowl halftime show is one of the most highly anticipated performances in the music industry. Over the years, there have been some truly unforgettable performances that have left audiences in awe. Let’s look at some of the best Super Bowl halftime shows of all time.

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The KISS Room: February 10, 2023

After a much-too-long hiatus, I returned to The KISS Room on Friday to join my good friend, Matt Porter, for a fun episode filled with excellent music and even more enjoyable conversation. We covered everything from KISS to the Super Bowl to my new role as the CEO of Everything or Nothing, and more. Listen to the full episode below. Enjoy!

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Supermarket Stories: Super Bowl Syndrome


I’m on my second break at the food store. Why two breaks you ask? Because three employees called out and I agreed to stay an extra two hours. Since I’m working eight hours, I get a second 15-minute break, which I’m spending eating strawberry yogurt, mixed with a crunched up Oreo, and blogging.

In case you’re unaware, tomorrow is the Super Bowl. Consequently, I’ve been hit with endless waves of customers, all of whom are spending between $200-$300 on an absurd amount of groceries for Super Bowl parties.

I just got called back to the front. To be continued…

And I’m back. Clearly 15 minutes isn’t enough time to eat a snack and blog. Anyway, where was I? That’s right, hordes of customers buying Doritos, soda and pigs in a blanket.

The rest of my shift was just as insane as the first half. The good news is I didn’t have any difficult or rude customers. But I shouldn’t speak too soon; I’m back at the supermarket for a six-hour shift right before the big game on Sunday. God help me.