Whew, that was close. Brett Favre and his Minnesota Vikings came that close to reaching the Super Bowl. Am I the only one who's glad it didn't come to that? It's truly refreshing that we'll be spared from the massive overexposure and sappy melodrama Favre invokes from the national football media.
The Guns 'N Roses that came onstage at 10:25 p.m. in Hamilton was fighting fit. And as the opening riff of "Chinese Democracy" shot out of the speakers, it was hard not feel goosebumps—it felt like this was the ultimate rock show.
CBS Films' first foray in the feature film world, Extraordinary Measures, opens today. Based on the true story of one man's fight to save his children from Pompe disease, the movie follows his search for the cure.
It doesn't appear Marty Schottenheimer, Jim Fassel, and Mike Martz got so much as a phone call, let alone an interview. What does that say about Nix's sense of due diligence with this, perhaps the most critical hire in Bills coaching history?
Interesting concerts seem to come in pairs, and so it goes this weekend—Ronnie Spector at the Seneca Niagara Casino on Saturday (Jan. 23) and Guns N' Roses at Copps Coliseum in Hamilton on Sunday (Jan. 24).