It’s probably not a coincidence that Jimmy Haslam sold his family’s business just a few weeks prior to former employees going on trial for a fraud scheme.
Last week, news broke that LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers had reportedly purchased a $21 million dollar mansion in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles. Now, we’re (finally) getting a glimpse inside. According to Curbed LA, the 9,350-square foot home was custom built in 2011 by architect and acclaimed “mansion specialist” Ken Ungar—lavishly, one
The Browns are finally good enough to own this rivalry. Will they?
Jason Kipnis gets tossed and makes lip-readers blush. The Tribe lost yesterday, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t some fireworks. Jason Kipnis must have used some language that the umpire found inappropriate. Kipnis’ account sounds tame. Said the Indians second baseman: “I didn’t think I showed him up. I didn’t try to stand there. I’m
I set a Google Calendar reminder so that I wouldn’t forget to do WWW this week. Let’s hope that works from here on out. Now on with the WWW. ***** I saw Draft Day last night, and here are my initial thoughts. Don’t worry. I will save you any and all spoilers. This isn’t a great
It may be January 20th, but Andrew and I just got to our top music of 2013. We used Andrew’s top ten, played some short clips, and then I unleashed some of my favorites at the end in a less-structured way. For both of us, 2013 wasn’t so much a top-heavy year for music, but
Andrew and I decided to talk about some music after the Cavs podcast last night. There’s been a lot of good new music lately, so here you go! Wooden shjips and Andrew’s love of the album San Francisco drone rock. Psychedelic. PledgeMusic and Kickstarter for rock albums Speakers vs. headphones and how you listen How