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Barenaked Ladies start slow, pick up steam, end with big bang

Published July 10, 2016

By the time we were nine songs in, I was ready to give the Barenaked Ladies a solid grade of "Meh," but after that, the band hit their stride. They kept up that enthusiasm, the crowd kept up theirs and the show as a whole became more entertaining.


The Decemberists give Summerfest a much-needed change of pace

Published July 8, 2016

The expected rain stayed clear of Summerfest on Thursday and made it a perfect night to sit back and enjoy the lovely, indie-folk music of The Decemberists. I didn't really know what to expect, but I think that made me enjoy the concert even more.


Rogue Sriracha Hot Stout: Da bomb or just a bomb?

Published March 7, 2016

Seems the world still can't get enough of Sriracha, the garlicky spicy hot sauce from Hong Fuy Foods. But would it be good brewed into a beer? We tried the re-released Rogue Sriracha Hot Stout to find out.


"Teen Beach 2" delights in its campiness

Published July 26, 2015

When the original Disney Channel film "Teen Beach Movie," did well for the cable outlet, the young singing stars were bound for a sequel with all of the dance numbers and songs you'd expect from a production aimed at pre-teens. When "Teen Beach 2" aired in June, it brought in 13.5 million viewers. Now, it is available on DVD.


"McFarland, USA" tells a true story of Americana

Published June 3, 2015

In the Blu-ray combo pack that came out on Tuesday, Kevin Costner offers an outstanding performance in "McFarland, USA," telling the true story of a coach and his cross country runners becoming champions.

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Rev. Ron reviews "Nebraska"

I don't know for certain why it is but I have a soft spot for films that aren't bubbly or happy. Bittersweet, sad, even downright depressing films are often some of the best movies I've seen in my life. There's a magic quality to them that comes off as more authentic and realistic than films that...

Rev. Ron reviews "The Lego Movie"

Let's cut right to it:  Legos are AWESOME!!!  They were a major part of my childhood and still remain a permanent facet in my life as an adult.  I still have all my old sets and like bringing them out of storage every now and then to take a gander at the creations I once built and,...

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