Monthly Archives: November 2015

Warner Brothers Studio Tour

If you’re in Burbank with a free day, I highly commend the WB Studio tour to you.  See if you  can get Daniel as your tour guide — excellent job!  It did help that we took the combo golf cart/walking … Continue reading

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Celebrating the Miracle Baby Who Has Become A Man

In Jewish tradition, the child arriving at age 13 has become a man.  We’re privileged to be in L.A. this weekend to celebrate the bar mitzvah of the grandson of close friends who has not only survived to become a … Continue reading

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Adam Sandler Updates Signature Song

Can you believe it?  The first night of Chanukah is around the corner, on Sunday evening December 6, and in honor of that Adam Sandler unveiled list #4 last week during his sold-out appearance at the San Diego Civic Center.

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Gratitude

It is that time of the year, with Thanksgiving upon us, where we tend to stop and reflect on that which makes us most thankful.  We have a tradition in our office of sending tokens of gratitude to referral sources to … Continue reading

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Big Sam’s Bobblehead is Here

Big Sam Thompson was a Philadelphia Phillies legendary outfielder who I’ve blogged about before.  Sam was finally accorded his due, being inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1974, with his primary team identified as the Philadelphia Phillies. … Continue reading

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Against All Odds

The New York Mets organization is receptive to using the Arizona Fall League as a chance to let prospects who have struggled and are at a crossroads of sorts be given a second or even third chance at proving themselves. … Continue reading

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The Backside of Baseball

Perhaps that’s not the best title for a piece that probes a hidden side of baseball, but it’s one that I’ll take away from the struggles of many players who never reach the big leagues nor a reasonable pay day. … Continue reading

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