VCU loses a heartbreaker

This article should have been written Friday morning. Unfortunately it is the protocol of my position to bear this burden tonight – less a recap than a personal journey.

VCU beats rival ODU to advance to the CAA finals

“64 East!!!… 64 East!!!… 64 East!!!… 64 East!!!” – with a clever, and regionally specific, chant and a shake of the keys, the VCU Rams crowd sent the Monarchs of ODU home for the weekend. You want to know more you say?

Top 9 notes from Friday’s CAA Tournament

A totally useless and mind-numbing read – except for Justin Morgan.

Regular Season Champs

VCU won their last regular season game, clinched the regular season CAA title, crowned a new all-time scoring leader, retired a jersey, and heads into next weekend’s tournament the number one seed.

Steven Bernstein visits. I rant.

Top-down artistic growth is bogus. No one can point me to a city emanating relevant artistic output and give me the phone number of the city planner so I can pick his brains about how he created such a place. Never has happened, never will.

VCU’s streak continues

The Rams beat George Mason 76-71 in front of a sold-out (and blacked-out) crowd.


First Half, Second Half, miscellaneous observations (not the least of which is teaching everyone a new cheer), here we go…

White House Christmas Video?!

I think that guy from Richmond is in this. httpv://

5 Things… (Christmas, sports and 90’s alt-rock)

1. Christmas parties. I think everyone is having a Christmas party this weekend. If you cant find one to go to you can come to mine. Friday and Saturday. Presumably free? 2. VCU v. Oklahoma & Richmond v. Montana. Both of our fair city’s universities play their biggest games of the season this weekend. Vcu […]

The West Wing is a piece of folk art

This is a narrative of my time in D.C. yesterday. SOUNDS BORING?!??! We’ll see. BUT, before we move ahead with this business you can leave your guesses as to what highly influential D.C. politico I met in the comments below.

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