Monthly Archive: September, 2014

My Boo

By: Connor Lenahan A few months ago my life changed for the better. At one of the orientation sessions at Boston University that I was working I had a girl come up to… Continue reading

The Captain

By: Connor Lenahan Derek Jeter is my favorite athlete of all time. This isn’t a discussion. There isn’t a second place. There’s Jeter and then everyone else. I wasn’t raised a religion, I… Continue reading

My Hero

By: Connor Lenahan In December of 2009 I broke my leg. A complete fracture of my right tibia and fibula. It was not fun. It happened at our family Christmas Party, with over… Continue reading

Teddy Bears

By: Connor Lenahan Because when you’re going to be talking about teddy bears you’ve got to make a Lotso Huggin Bear reference. Completely unrelated, but Toy Story 3 is still amazing. Okay, now I’m going… Continue reading

The Horror – Week 2

By: Connor Lenahan Just sitting and writing this article now I am concerned that I will tear my ACL. No, I’m not even moving, but after this past weekend in the NFL how… Continue reading

Patiently Waiting

By: Connor Lenahan Buzzfeed gave me hope today. A lot of hope actually. They reported that Frank Ocean has signed a new manager. You’re probably thinking “why does this matter?” Here’s why: Frank… Continue reading

Everybody Hurts

By: Connor Lenahan I normally write about the NFL on Tuesdays, but this was too insane not to talk about. Everybody got hurt today in the NFL. I mean everyone. Robert Griffin III… Continue reading

The Big Red Goofball

By: Connor Lenahan Last night at the Hollywood Bowl there was a special night of music and performance designed around The Simpsons. If you know me in the slightest, you know I am in… Continue reading

Stevie

By: Connor Lenahan Yesterday brought good news. Stevie Wonder, one of the greatest musicians in history, is going on tour. Not any old tour mind you – Stevie is playing his entire 21… Continue reading

Never Forget

9/11/01. A day that will live for the rest of time. Never forget what happened that morning. Never forget the innocent lives lost. Never forget the way it changed our country forever. Never… Continue reading