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.
The Celtics may lose one of their Big Three of KG, Allen, or Pierce to retirement, trade, or free agency, but can still be title contenders...
The Los Angeles indie folk rock group returns with a worthy sophomore effort about an American folk hero.
SSPU may finally get recognized for having their own sound on their third record, but is it better or worse than previous efforts?
The Celtics could very well surprise some people in these 2012 NBA Playoffs if they can overcome injuries.
On its brand new and third record, this truly unique, pop-minded heavy rock band has made yet another army of tracks worth digging and which will definitely satisfy its fans.
On latest disc Carved Into Stone, it's clear that Prong has gone metal thrashing mad once again, which will surely delight longtime fans of the band.
Red Sox Nation got to celebrate the old ball park's once unthinkable milestone with generations of former players, and one notable ex-Sox manager.
Get a load of the Boston Celtics' secret to their recent success, which has seen them ascend to the 4th seed in the East and top of the Atlantic Division.
Making the Celtics a title contender again with a trade or two isn't going to happen. But if Ainge decides to rebuild, it should be with, not without, Rondo.
On Thursday, the highly respected future Red Sox Hall of Fame inductee will call it quits after 15 seasons with the club.