Week 485 08_12_15

August 12, 2015By ChrisMusic Podcast No Comments

Hello music lovers Please support these bands…or we wouldn’t have bands like this around to support. Buy an album, or a ticket to a show, or a tee shirt, or…something from them. Thank you. If there are any bands/managers/labels etc that want their music removed, please contact me (chris at allthingsnext dot com) and I’ll … Read More

Those People

February 7, 2012By CoachMusings By Mark 1 Comment

So now that the super bowl is over one of my favorite phenomenon is occurring.  I’m talking about “those people”.  No this isn’t about to be a racist rant.  The phenomenon happens anytime there’s a big event in pop culture that people are talking about.  The phenomenon I’m speaking of are those people who insist … Read More

Joe Paterno (1926-2012)

January 22, 2012By AdrienneGeneral, Sports No Comments

The news has just come out that Joe Paterno has died at the age of 85. One could say a broken heart was the cause of death, though the lung cancer that he was diagnosed with will likely be on the death certificate. How to deal with his legacy? It’s too soon, of course. Time … Read More

Eli Manning

November 7, 2011By CoachMusings By Mark, Sports 1 Comment

As a Giant fan I think it’s long over do that someone give Eli Manning his due credit.  Yesterday Eli Manning went into New England and brought his team from behind to beat the Patriots in their own house.  Eli has long been criticized by many a Giant fan.  He doesn’t throw a spiral, he … Read More

Sports Wrap Up

October 3, 2011By CoachSports No Comments

Hey guys Coach here.  There’s so much going on in sports right now I figured why not cover it all right here.  Maybe I’ll do this every so often.  Let’s get right down to it. Baseball Well it appears that the Boston Red Sox finally realized that they don’t get paid extra for games in … Read More

There’s a Lot of Baesball to be Played

August 6, 2011By AdrienneGeneral No Comments

The Yankees beat the Red Sox last night at Fenway, 3-2. For the Bombers, it was probably their biggest win of the year, given that they had beaten the Hub team only once before in this season. It was also big because they came back from a 2-0 hole. There’s no doubt I was elated … Read More

Papi Pops Prodigious Power

June 9, 2011By AdrienneSports 1 Comment

This man, of course, is Big Papi.  Formally, he is known as David Ortiz, but for our purposes, he is simply Papi. Back to him in a moment.  Briefly, let me say that it is a pleasure to join my friends here at “All Things Next.”  Glad to be a part of the fun.  I’m … Read More