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Wednesday
Apr202016

Equality For Some

Our sport has a culture problem.  Actually that’s not true, our country has a culture problem.  We say we are all about life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness but the Declaration of Independence was not written for diversity.  I am a white, American, cis woman; despite known disadvantages, I still have a leg up on so many people and I am part of the problem.  

 

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Saturday
Mar052016

A Suggestion

Zac Rinaldo, stop it.

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Thursday
Feb182016

Show Review: Laura Jane Grace and The Devouring Mothers

Taking a break from recording their new album, Against Me!'s Laura Jane Grace has embarked on a solo-ish tour of the northeast, bringing along The Devouring Mothers: Against Me! drummer Atom Willard and a bassist, along with opening act Dave Dondero. I got the pleasure of seeing her play Wednesday night at Cambridge's Sinclair.

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Tuesday
Feb162016

How To Tank: A Guide For Fans And Teams

With a couple weeks left in the season, the noise about playoffs and the draft is becoming hard to ignore.  As we all know by now, the top half of the league starts making moves before the trade deadline and the bottom half starts gunning to be the NHL’s Next Edmonton Oilers.  But in the middle there’s that barren wasteland, where a team must decide if they have chance to make an ernest effort to and in the playoffs or if they should just attempt to align themselves to improve their drafting position.  

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Wednesday
Sep162015

Rage In The Key of LA

So let me trace this summer for the LA Kings, let me know where I go wrong with my anger.  

Jarret Stoll was arrested for cocaine and MDMA possession at a Las Vegas pool party in mid-April, and conveniently chased out of town once free agency opened up.  

Mike Richards was arrested at the Canadian border with oxycodone pills and managed to keep the arrest under wraps until June 26th when the Kings found out at the NHL Draft.  By June 29th the man’s contract was terminated.  

On July 2nd, Slava Voynov was found guilty of domestic assault from an incident the previous October.  The man served 60 of his 90 days before meeting with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to begin an investigation.  

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