I went to the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience on Sept. 15 at Jiffy Lube Live, and this time, I sat up close. Cellist Cameron Stone came out into the crowd before the show, introduced himself, chatted, joked, and took pictures with everyone, up until the concert began. It was an incredible pleasure meeting him… He’s one of those guys who you meet and you feel like you made a new best friend. He was even nodding to me after the show!
On Tuesday I attended Caps Media Fantasy Camp, which you can read more about on Caps Outsider. Aside from playing alongside friends and colleagues, the highlight for me was winning a round of keep-the-puck-in-the-circle and coming in second place in Round 2, getting knocked out by Caps prospect Alex Alexeyev. I really wanted to beat him and even tried cheating but it didn’t work. In Round 3, Courtney Laughlin knocked me out. Continue reading “Fantasy Camp!”
I saw the band Slipknot for the first time on Sunday at Jiffy Lube Live, but the best part was that I was with folks related to the drummer, Jay Weinberg, and I got to go backstage and meet him right before the show. Needless to say, my brother, who is also a drummer, was extremely jealous. Continue reading “Slipknot!”
Rest in peace to Harriet Steinhorn-Roth, who was a friend of my grandparents and also my Hebrew School teacher at Shaare Tefila Congregation. Continue reading “Rest in Peace to Harriet Steinhorn-Roth”
You’d think professional journalists would be smarter than to use flimsy evidence to back up what they’re writing about. And there’s no flimsier evidence than anything said on the biggest microphone of our time: Twitter. Continue reading “Another Day of Bad Journalism”