“A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms” – Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 2

After spending most of the first episodes of season eight reconnecting characters who spent most of the last seven seasons apart, the second episode of the final Game of Thrones season used redemption and forgiveness to bring many characters full circle. One of the best written episodes in the series also brought to mind an important episode from season two. 

Basketball Documentaries On Netflix

Beyond monster slam dunks and iconic Cinderella upsets there are alluring dynamics that make basketball one of the most popular sports in the world. Factors that go far beyond the nostalgia of city playgrounds and Hoosiers cornfields. There are a handful of compelling basketball documentaries on Netflix that explore the growing world of hoops, traveling from Harlem to Canada and India to explore high school, college, the NBA, and even wheelchair basketball.

Sopranos: Peppers & Eggs Soundtrack Review

Few television series implemented music as well as The Sopranos. The HBO show featured an incredible soundtrack comprised of different styles of rock, standards, classical music, and R&B. Music from the series was reissued for Record Store Day this year. The re-released Sopranos: Peppers & Eggs vinyl not only made for one of the standouts... Continue Reading →

What Philly Record Shops Are Doing For Record Store Day 2019

Record Store Day 2019 is almost here. The twelfth edition of the international event includes limited releases from big names like Courtney Barnett and David Bowie. Philly record shops are doing a lot more than selling collectible vinyl and used CDs on April 13. Discounts, in-store performances, libations, and even specialty coffee and donuts are among the... Continue Reading →

B-Sides Of March: Leftovers From The Month In Music

As is often the case with the Music Monday series, I don't always get the chance to spotlight the shear amount of great indie music out there. The monthly leftovers column for March shares some amazing discoveries, plus a little on the shallow Jezebel take on a classic record that went viral. 

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