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An Interview with Tom Brady’s Jersey

As a sports journalist, I have had some strange requests for interviews. I rarely turn down a legitimate request and the one I received on Saturday nearly blew my mind. After the disappointment I felt over the New England Patriots' win of Super Bowl LI, the last thing I wanted to be reminded of was … Continue reading An Interview with Tom Brady’s Jersey

Remembering Hope, Faith in the Face of Tragedy

  There are very few moments in my life that have affected me as deeply and personally as the tragedies that occurred on September 11, 2001, or changed my life so profoundly.  The memories of that day are haunting: reminders of grief and pain, but also ones of fervent optimism.  In the face of fear, … Continue reading Remembering Hope, Faith in the Face of Tragedy

Uncertain Blogoshere: When writers go ‘rogue’ in regard to ethics

There used to be a standard in how professional journalists presented 'news' to the public, but as blogging became more popular, what was a long-held belief in ethical behavior quickly altered with some writers going rogue. With the advent of social media, it has become commonplace to throw truthfulness and integrity into the trash receptacle while … Continue reading Uncertain Blogoshere: When writers go ‘rogue’ in regard to ethics

Preparing to edit Blastzone Magazine, Issue 2

In April, I had the honor of editing Volume 1, Issue 1 of Blastzone Magazine and using my publishing company, Sabretooth MicroPress to do so.  The first issue was a success and I have been asked to edit Issue 2.  I am truly looking forward to it. Issue 1 is available free for download here. … Continue reading Preparing to edit Blastzone Magazine, Issue 2