Top 50 Fictional Villains of All Time Countdown, Day Two

Warning: This blog entry is full of spoilers so if you have not seen this character in action…. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! Halloween is in three weeks!  Did you pick out your Halloween costume yet? Tired of dressing up as Edward Cullen, a mediocre witch or even an abysmal pirate? Try dressing up as one […]

Top 50 Greatest Villians of All Time: Day One

Warning: This blog is full of spoilers so if you have not seen this character in action…YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! Its October that means it is time for Halloween and during this time-the fictional monsters, villains and evil doers want to be recognized by pop culture fanatics like me. While there are numerous antagonists running […]

My Apple Story So Far….A Tribute to Steve Jobs

This past week, we lost a true innovator in technology….Apple Co-Founder and CEO Steve Jobs.   Jobs co-created a company that changed the world we live in today and it will be his legacy with Apple Computers that he will be remembered the most about him. I remember back at Indian Valley Elementary School where I […]

Jacob Reviews….Little Miss Havana by Gloria Estefan

For the first time in eight years, Gloria Estefan, the reigning Queen of Latin Pop, has released an English-market studio album.   Little Miss Havana has more dance music than her previous English-market album, 2003’s Unwrapped.   Before listening to this album, I had a few questions: “Will this dance album be better than Estefan’s 1998 Gloria?” […]

The 10 Collaborations You Should Have on your MP3 Player

Earlier this month, music super group Superheavy released their debut album.  Superheavy features five different musicians from diverse music field.  This all-star line-up includes Sir Mick Jagger, Slumdog Millionaire composer A.R. Rahman, Reggae artist Damian Marley, Eurythmics co-founder David A. Stewart and British soul singer Joss Stone.   While listening to their debut album, it reminded […]

Jacob’s Travels: Family Weekend with the Pride of Arizona Marching Band

This past weekend I was in Tucson, Arizona for the University of Arizona’s Family Weekend. My younger brother, Aaron, attends the University of Arizona and is finishing up his undergraduate college experience.   For four years, Aaron has performed in the Pride of Arizona (PoA) Marching Band playing a 60-lb tuba.   This marching band has 250 […]

Jacob’s Music Reviews: Duets II

Tony Bennett is one of the best singers of all time!  This 85-year-old New York native has won 15 Grammy Awards, two Emmys and a Kennedy Center Honoree.  Bennett has released 70 albums throughout his career and he is not showing signs of slowing down anytime soon. Bennett released his new album, Duets II, which […]

Jacob’s Comic Review: DC Comics’ New 52

This blog entry represents my views and beliefs on several of DC Comics’ new 52 comics. During the past couple of months, DC Comics announced that they would relaunch their entire DC Comics line with 52 number one issues. For hard-core DC Comics readers like me, the news was…shocking!  Especially with the news that longtime […]

9-11: Ten Years Later…A Reflection

This blog post is a personal reflection. Ten years ago…the world as we knew it changed forever.  Terrorists set out to destroy the American Way of Life by using our own inventions against us.   They first crashed two jets into World Trade Center’s Twin Towers and we all saw in horror as they collapsed.   […]

The Albums I Can’t Wait For: Fall 2011 Edition

2011 has been hit-or-miss with music. Artists like Adele, Britney, Beyoncé, Jennifer(s) Hudson and Lopez, Jay-Z & Kanye West threw down the gauntlet to all other artists putting out albums during the latter half of this year. There are several artists that I believe are going to deliver and go above and beyond the call […]

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