By coming up with five wishes per topic and pitting them against one another, I attempt to Jedi mind trick myself into determining my one true passion.
Internet hustle is here, alive, and well. Nas is definitely not letting the times slip away from him. While he may have made his first fortune from the rap game, he is now expanding his vision in investing.
“What do you see when you look at me?” That is the overarching question driving the 2018 film Monster (released wide via Netflix on May 7th of this year). Though we live in a society that tries to justify right and wrong, it often can be a grey area--at least that’s how it appears to be for Steve Harmon, a 17-year-old on trial for a robbery gone wrong, which he claims he did not take part in. Through its depictions of the criminal justice system and Harmon's experience within it, Monster leaves us with yet another question: do we find Steve innocent or guilty?
Cody sends in his awards for the 2020-2021 NBA season. Get your angry tweets ready.
Steph Curry can have a strange effect on opposing crowds. Simon has personal experience after attending a Rockets-Warriors game.
The WNBA has a lot to celebrate going into the 25th season. Whether viewed corporately from the top-down or the grassroots perspective the women’s game has come a long way since 1996. Still, there is progress to be made. Thankfully, the WNBA has the ownership and talent pool to see the league thrive in the next 25 years of play.
Learn five lessons that will improve your elementary music teaching from a professional cellist turned dedicated music educator.
Some movies make you laugh. Some movies make you cry. Some leave you staring at the screen in disbelief for hours wondering “WTF did I just watch?” Inspired by a recent viewing of one such film, contributor Nate Mondschein deep-dives into the chaotic sub-genre of “WTF Did I Just Watch” movies, highlighting some of his favorites along the way.
Much like their Chinese counterpart from the news, the Houston Rockets crashed this year. Dodson starts the MMH Obituaries series with their sendoff.
Coaches Rory Poplion and Shaun Dumas are building a championship basketball culture in New Orleans that is not only bringing in global attention in the present but building a long-term legacy that will ensure the pounding of a basketball is part of the city’s soundtrack for decades to come.