Bonus Content: Melody Gardot the Accidental Musician…

While riding her bike in Philadelphia, Melody Gardot was hit by careless driver who ran a red-light. The injuries from that accident left her confined to a hospital bed for a year. Learn more about her backstory…

SCMF Musings: “Membering” Emerald’s Breakfast on the Go Campaign…

South Park’s Member Berries got us ”Membering” the Emerald Breakfast on the Go campaign that we wrote about in April 2011. The ad has a catch phrase that we’re using 5+ years later. Enjoy!

AWSI: Cultivating Golfer Confidence is Doable – Part 2

Last week we did an AWSI post in response to the WSJ piece: Americans Want to Play Golf—Until They Try It. In this post, the emphasis is on ways to practice to gain competence (and confidence)…

AWSI: Cultivating Golfer Confidence is Doable – Part 1

Earlier this month there was an article in The Wall Street Journal bemoaning the fact that though plenty of people are taking up the game of golf for the first time, very few of them are sticking with it. So what else is new? Annie has some thoughts in the first of a series of posts…

GIF-ertainment: Crashing the Ivy…

We just saw this in today’s Cubs-Cards game. Ouch! Tommie GIF-ized it.

August 12 Could Be the Day… Why??

While blasting through The Wall Street Journal I came upon a 2-page ad that made me stop — or rather do the equivalent of a double-take. Then it made me race to the Internet because I felt there was some ‘splainin’ to do. So, why August 12?  Also, what was… more »

Classics to Take a Lap in Monterey…

Sunday’s New York Times had a write-up about the 63rd Pebble Beach Concours d’Élégance (think awesome classic cars). First conducted in 1950, the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance is often described as being the world’s premier celebration of the automobile where only “the most beautiful and rare” automobiles are invited to… more »

Under the Boardwalk: Buffett’s Rendition Heartwarming for Jersey Shore…

David Carr of The New York Times, wrote a piece about the Jersey Shore post-Hurricane Sandy. He noted, “…While every public boardwalk on the Jersey Shore has opened, some businesses in commercial districts are shuttered, and nearby housing will take many more months and perhaps years to be rebuilt. In… more »