Copy editor/content writer for Penn Multimedia; print/web journalist/freelancer, formerly for Boston Examiner, EMSI, Demand Studios, Brookline TAB, Suite 101 and Helium.com; co-head sports editor & asst. music editor at Blogcritics Magazine; Media Nation independent newspaper staff writer, printed/published by the Boston Globe at 2004 DNC (Boston, MA). See me on twitter.com/chucko33, myspace.com/charlied, & Facebook.
There's a little bit of everything in my list this year.
A mix of veterans, young guns and a new #1 goalie have catapulted the Bruins to a thrilling start in this lockout-shortened NHL season.
In this year's list of mine, there's a little bit of hip-hop, metal, and a lot of damn good rock and roll.
In the middle of one of the strangest sports stories in recent memory is a real silver lining.
This is strictly for Dinosaur Jr. aficionados only.
All of a sudden, New England's road to the Super Bowl in New Orleans just got a little easier.
Simply put, Colin Kaepernick's offense and the SF defense kicked Patriot ass for much of the game and held on for an impressive road win.
Koi No Yokan is the Sacramento alternative metal heroes' best record since White Pony.
A wild, 35-point second quarter helped Tom Brady and company easily defeat their AFC East rival.
Parklife, one of the seminal releases of Britpop gets remastered and doubled in size of tracks, via a bonus CD.