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Carrying the Flag in the Offseason - Part One
The 2008 NHL Entry Draft was this weekend, which means it's time once again for us to bring our resident hockey guru, Adam Burke, for a little analysis of the draft efforts of the Columbus Blue Jackets as well as the impending free agency period. Adam has hammered out an excellent two part piece, and in Part I for us today, Adam focuses on the draft, penning bios and providing opinion on each one of the Blue Jackets draft picks of note. Part II posts later this week ...
Jun 20, 2008 7:00 PM
Debuting a new piece today, the brainwork of site columnist Brian McPeek and our renowned, and insanely profitable resident handicapper, Mike "Lead Pipe" Piper. In it, Peeker and The Lead Man take on three topics, presenting opposite viewpoints on each. Today, the duo debates how the Browns handled the LeCharles Bentley situation, if the Indians should be buyers or sellers at this juncture of the season, and who the hottest 80's girl band lead singer was ... Susanna Hoffs or Belinda Carlisle.
Jun 18, 2008 7:00 PM
The Best Cleveland Games I've Ever Seen
Sports Illustrated's website has been running a feature called "The Best Game I've Ever Seen," in which the magazine's writers contribute articles on the best sporting events they've ever witnessed. This inspired The Hornless Rhino to dig deep into his memory banks and remember the greatest Cleveland sporting events he's ever seen, isolating the one game for each of Cleveland's pro sports franchises that stands out most in his mind.
Jun 17, 2008 7:00 PM
The Greatest Golf Tournament Ever?
Was this year's United States Open the greatest golf tournament ever? A tough question to even pose says Mitch, but one thing is for sure. It was without a doubt one of the most entertaining golf tournaments of most of our lifetimes, save possibly Jack's unthinkable victory at the '86 Masters at age 46. Tiger. Rocco. Torrey Pines. 91 holes of nail biting back and forth drama. Mitch talks about the spectacle that was the 2008 U.S. Open.
Jun 16, 2008 7:00 PM
Families, Freaks, & Tall Frosty Ones
In a world of corporate blandness where every strip plaza is the same crap from San Diego to Boston, and we build fake towns like Crocker and Legacy because we let Wal-Mart TM kill off the real-things in places like Kamms, Euclid and Maple Heights, there is Geneva-on-the-Lake. And on this Father's Day, Mansfield Lucas pens an amusing and informative piece about this hidden gem, about an hour east of Cleveland. Happy Fathers Day dads!
Jun 14, 2008 7:00 PM
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