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Joseph Arellano wrote music reviews in college for the campus newspaper and FM radio station. In recent years he has written book reviews for several publications including San Francisco Book Review, Sacramento Book Review, Portland Book Review and the Tulsa Book Review. He also maintains the Joseph's Reviews blog. For Blogcritics, Joseph writes articles about music, books, TV programs, running and walking shoes, and athletic gear. He believes that most problems can be solved through the purchase of a new pair of running shoes.

Running Shoe Review: Vasque Pendulum


Does the Pendulum trail running shoe from Vasque impress or depress? Read More »

Running Shoe Review: Reebok Zig Carbon

Reebok Zig Carbon (Amazon)

Is the Reebok Zig Carbon simply a radical looking shoe or is it a true running performer? Read More »

Running Shoe Review: Zoot Banyan

What's the verdict on the lightweight Banyan trainer running shoe from Zoot Sports? Read More »

Bridge Over Troubled Water – Finding Solace in a Record

How did one person find a bit of solace and redemption in a record album after the events of Boston? Read More »

Running Shoe Review: La Sportiva Helios

Is the lightweight La Sportiva Helios running shoe fit for both road and trail? Read More »

Running Shoe Review: Asics GEL-Neo33 2

What is it about the Asics GEL-Neo33 2 that makes it a stealth running shoe? Read More »

Running Shoe Review: TrekSta Sync

Do you need to run on high mountain trails in order to appreciate the TrekSta Sync stability running shoe? Read More »

Running Shoe Review: Zoot Tempo Trainer

Does the Zoot Tempo Trainer work just as a running shoe, or does it succeed as an all-purpose shoe? Read More »

Music Review: Brian Dolzani – If I Don’t Speak a Word

Is Brian Dolzani's latest album a sign that the best is yet to come from this singer-songwriter? Read More »

Running Shoe Review: Skora Core

Is the Skora Core simply a visual work of art, or a beauty on the feet and on the road? Read More »