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Walk a Mile in His Shoes

Walk a Mile in His Shoes

Stephen Lyons, Associate Editor

September 23, 2018

"There are good people in Latin America."

Hell’s Angel

Stephen Lyons, Associate Editor

September 20, 2018

A few Rewatches ago I talked about my love of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The tales of the blonde slayer wouldn't be complete without a journey to visit her tall, dark, used to be evil, on-again, off-again boyfriend, Angel. For three seasons the vampire with a soul worked with Buffy and the Scoobies to save ...

Victim’s Arts Show Holds Nothing Back

Victim's Arts Show Holds Nothing Back

Stephen Lyons, Staff Writer

September 13, 2018

Crime and Victims' Rights week usually doesn't bring thoughts of an art exhibit and performances, but that is exactly what Victim Assistance Services did. All the art on display and performances were inspired by crimes. There were dozens of paintings, spoken word pieces, interpretive dance and songs...

First Rule, You Don’t Talk About It

First Rule, You Don't Talk About It

Stephen Lyons

September 13, 2018

In October of 1999 a movie came out that punched the world in the face. It was based on a book that came out in 1996 that also punched the world in the face. It is a coming of age film for a generation that came of age wanting to flip off the establishment. That film was Fight Club. And this tim...

Fantasy Football’s Finest

Fantasy Football's Finest

Stephen Lyons, Associate Editor

September 6, 2018

From October 2009 to December 2015 fantasy football players around the world had a program that showed the rigorous trials and tribulations of being in a fantasy football league. A program that not only had a group of friends who would do anything to win a trophy and stop at nothing to escape the dreaded...

The Detective Who Came From Mars

The Detective Who Came From Mars

Stephen Lyons, Staff Writer

April 24, 2018

In 2004, TV screens across the globe were introduced a teen noir mystery drama series. Veronica Mars, also the name of the protagonist of the series. Kristen Bell plays Veronica Mars, a high school and later college student, who after many years of helping her private investigator father, also wor...

Top 10 Best Stephens and Steves of All Time

Stephen Lyons, Staff Writer

April 19, 2018

  Stephen King  The top Stephen on this list in the one, the only, father of horror and king of the macabre. Stephen King. If you have a pulse you have either read one of his countless novels or short stories. If you haven't then you almost 100% have seen a movie based on one of his sto...

Adventure Has a Name

Adventure Has a Name

Stephen Lyons, Staff Writer

April 19, 2018

As readers of this column have noticed, I've done all TV series, it's time to change things up. The first movie series I've decided to watch, in this columnist's humble opinion, is the greatest franchise in the history of franchises. Indiana Jones is my favorite franchise of all time and I will s...

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s a CW show that lasted 10 Seasons

It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's a CW show that lasted 10 Seasons

Stephen Lyons, Staff Writer

April 12, 2018

In October 2001, a program launched that not only lasted a multitude of seasons but also kick started the young adult superhero drama that dominates many channels. Smallville was a 10 season spanning drama with over 200 episodes becoming, at the time, the longest running North American science fiction ...

Maybe You Can Help Solve a Mystery

Maybe You Can Help Solve a Mystery

Stephen Lyons, Staff Writer

April 11, 2018

Murders, strange disappearances, con artists, lost treasures, aliens, ghosts, monsters, lost loves, conspiracies, and so much more were covered on Unsolved Mysteries. In 1987, actor Raymond Burr hosted the first special of the series. The next two specials were hosted by Karl Malden, until finally ...

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