I’ve been doing annual reviews of WWE events over the last few years — a Wrestlemania here, a SummerSlam there. Perhaps my favorite event, though, is the Royal Rumble, especially since they added a women’s version. That means you get … Continue reading An Extremely Timely Review of the 2019 Royal Rumble
Tuesday was the long-awaited Zelda concert in Symphony Hall in Phoenix. We went with family and friends of Chris’ and the experience was absolutely fantastic. The Symphony of the Goddesses came to Phoenix five years ago, and from I heard, … Continue reading Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses Concert Thoughts
This past Friday, Chris, Nick, Shaun and I attended the Final Fantasy New World concert in Phoenix. The concert was held at the Crescent Ballroom, a partial bar and venue. We initially had some complications getting in (basically, they didn’t … Continue reading Final Fantasy: A New World Concert Thoughts
Last night, the Suns unveiled their new uniforms, and reactions were…tepid. Some might even say awful. People simply did like these jerseys. Whether it’s the fact that the new look didn’t meet their expectations, or they just hate the design, … Continue reading Rise of the Phoenix: Why I don’t hate the Suns New Jerseys
Like most everyone else, it was my belief that the Phoenix Suns should see this season for what it is – lost – and tank for the lottery and a high draft pick this year. And like most everyone else, … Continue reading Phoenix Suns: To Tank Or Not To Tank
So I was searching youtube for good music the other day, and I decided to look up music to Phoenix Wright. Fans of the show may or may not be aware of my love affair with this game series. The … Continue reading Phoenix Wright: The Greatest Song in Music History
Shaun and I were down in Phoenix over the weekend and some of the usual hijinks ensued. We played golf in the scorching heat (seriously, why in the hell is it 105 degrees in mid-April?), and have the videos to prove it. As always, you can subscribe to our Youtube channel to get the latest updates on when things like this are put up.
We also were part of a farewell party for our news girl, Molly. No, she’s not leaving the show (despite all the content she’s made us lose). She’s going overseas for a year to help teach kids English through song and dance. Supposedly everyone was going to be swimming at this party, but Shaun and I were tricked and ended up being the only ones. I also set a modern-day record for most giant Hebrew National hot dogs eaten before swimming.
Finally, we went to the Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses concert on Saturday night. Definitely worth the money. Even though the balcony seats weren’t spectacular, they still provided a perfectly good view of the proceedings. One of the neat touches was a monitor by the conductor’s stand that allowed the conductor to sync the timing of the orchestra with videos that were playing on a giant screen in the background. It allowed the sound and video to work together to tell something like a small story and really added to the experience.
Anyway, busy weekend, and I’m sure we’ll talk more about it on this week’s show. In the meantime, here are those golf videos.