Monthly Archives: December 2012

December 20

Great Christmas Songs You Probably Didn’t Know Originated in a Movie

A few nights ago the best channel on television (a.k.a., Turner Classic Movies) happened to be playing one my favorite movies of all time:  Meet Me In St. Louis.  This movie follows the lives of a middle-class family (the Smiths) in 1903 St. Louis just prior to the World’s Fair.  This 1944 movie featured stand-out performances […]

December 08

Why John Sterling is to Blame for the Yankees’ Quiet Offseason

With the winter meetings coming to a close, many observers have noted that the normally hyperactive New York Yankees have been unusually quiet.  In terms of the free agent market, Brian Cashman has been doing his best Commander Richardson impression.  Other than re-signing two players who were unlikely to sign with any other major league […]