Archive for January, 2009

Checking in on hometown mass

Sunday, January 25th, 2009

Going to mass in Auburn with my family is always a trip. Today was no exception. Mass started out with a very loud plea (as in the microphone was way too hot for this naturally projecting speaker) to urge parishioners to contact their congressmen about the Freedom of Choice Act, the “most radical and divisive” […]

Wishmaker Casino Overview

Thursday, January 22nd, 2009

Wishmaker Casino Overview Wishmaker is a very new casino that will was established with the goal to make all players desires come true. At least the types related to video gaming online. Powered by the leading game companies, they truly provide an irresistible online casino experience. When you become a new participant, you are likely […]

Meet the new style … quite different from the Old Style

Monday, January 19th, 2009

The official drink of downtown Lincoln (among many other places) will undergo a reinvention — the people of Pabst will not only tinker with the flavor of Heileman’s Old Style, but it’s going to cost more too. Pabst Brewing Co., which owns the Old Style brand, said this week it will soon be marketing Old […]

Too Jaded Failures

Thursday, January 15th, 2009

Check out Too Jaded Failures, a podcast from a couple of friends of mine. If you’ve been around Lincoln for a while, you may remember co-host Tony Bock from KRNU’s “Hot Lunch” from several years back.

Time to run

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

The Lincoln marathon is in less than four months. That means you’ve only got four weeks until Hal Higdon’s 12-week half-marathon training schedule kicks in.

WWE: “Hulk Hogan was a terrible wrestler.”

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

Commentary on the public release of WWE steroid testimony is doing the rounds, including Marc Ambinder @ the Atlantic and Michael Scherer @ Swampland and Ambinder again. But to get the full effect, and hours of entertainment, check out the full supply of testimony released last week from the House Oversight committee. You get interviews […]