Monthly Archive: October, 2014

That Comeback

By: Connor Lenahan Penn State just lost to the Michigan Wolverines for the first time since I was in seventh grade. It’s been a long time for the Wolverines. Way longer than I… Continue reading

The New Ride

By: Connor Lenahan Earlier this year I endured one of the weirdest 12 hour stretches of my life when my wheelchair was stolen late in the evening of Marathon Monday. Thanks to the… Continue reading

Rise Today

By: Connor Lenahan Today is a fun day. Today I will be traveling with my girlfriend, Laura LaBrecque, to Worcester, MA, to go see Alter Bridge. This quartet of world class musicians is,… Continue reading

Stone Mountain

By: Connor Lenahan It is no secret that I am a huge fan of Childish Gambino. In 2014 alone I have seen him in concert thrice. I got to meet him in March… Continue reading

We Know Nothing – Week 5

By: Connor Lenahan Very few members of my fantasy league, the XFL, will know what the above image represents off the top of their heads. There is no clear link between all of… Continue reading

Voices

  By: Connor Lenahan For the past four years I have worked professionally as a public address announcer over a large number of sports. It may be a stretch to call this “professional”… Continue reading

Strange

By: Connor Lenahan I’m not exactly sure how, but today was weird. It wasn’t exceptionally strange. Nothing extremely out of the ordinary happened. Frogs didn’t fall from the sky and I wasn’t offered… Continue reading

Slap Puck Dynasty

By: Connor Lenahan I did not grow up a hockey fan. This would be because my high school, nor any of the surrounding schools, fielded a team. The closest hockey was to me… Continue reading

Taco Time

By: Connor Lenahan It’s been far too long since I wrote an article about food. I figured that while I sit here, hungry as all creation, I should write a small love letter… Continue reading

The Fincher Effect

By: Connor Lenahan I go to the movies a lot. One of my favorite things in this world is getting to leave my house and watch a movie in theaters on the gargantuan… Continue reading