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rest in peace stuart scott

Stu­art Orlando Scott

July 19, 1965 — Jan­u­ary 4, 2015

I grew up enjoy­ing sports, but I can hon­estly say that Stu­art Scott was prob­a­bly the first broad­caster that made look for­ward to sports news. Scott was orig­i­nal, fresh, and, most impor­tantly, him­self. He stayed true to him­self, even in the face of crit­i­cism that he was, per­haps, too slick. I never felt that Scott went too far, or became a car­i­ca­ture.  To many, includ­ing me, Stu­art Scott spoke about sports in a way that we were accus­tomed to — with a lit­tle fla­vor. Scott was first diag­nosed with can­cer in 2007, and he valiantly and open­ing bat­tled with it for the next seven years. Sadly, Scott’s strug­gled ended this morning.

Check out Scott’s mov­ing speech at the ESPN ESPY Awards last July. Very moving.



New Year 2015


Wish­ing you all the best in 2015!

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happy new year!

entertainment, movies



I know there has been some grum­bling about the his­tor­i­cal accu­racy of Selma, par­tic­u­larly the depic­tion of Pres­i­dent John­son; nev­er­the­less the film is worth see­ing — par­tic­u­larly if you are younger than 30 or have young kids. David Oley­olo is fan­tas­tic as Dr. King.


Here is an inter­view of Ava DuVer­ney, the direc­tor of Selma, by Char­lie Rose.



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merry christmas

business, carla hall, restaurant

carla hall’s southern kitchen

What bet­ter way to get back into my blog than to post some­thing about my won­der­ful wife? Carla decided that it was time to take the plunge and open a restau­rant. I couldn’t be more excited for her and the team work­ing on the project. The restau­rant will be called Carla Hall’s South­ern Kitchen, and is Carla’s “love let­ter” to her home­town of Nashville. It will fea­ture Carla’s take on Nashville’s famous “hot chicken” and South­ern sides.


The first Carla Hall’s South­ern Kitchen will be in New York City. If all goes well, the sec­ond loca­tion will be here in Wash­ing­ton, D.C.; and then we’ll see where things go. The restau­rant, as planned, will seat around 60 peo­ple at a time, and be quick-serve. Since the announce­ment, Carla has been get­ting a lot of pos­i­tive feed­back. Tim Car­man of The Wash­ing­ton Post, write a really nice arti­cle on Carla’s restau­rant venture.

To get the ball rolling, Carla has taken her restau­rant idea to Kick­starter, the pop­u­lar, online crowd-funding site, to attract back­ers for the project. Click here to learn more about the campaign.


Here is the pro­posed menu for the restau­rant. Some of the sides will be added or deleted, based on sea­son availability.


If you would like to join me in supporting/backing Carla’s restau­rant project, please check out her Kick­starter page or you can click the but­ton below.


Carla and her team worked on cre­at­ing a num­ber of fun rewards for back­ers of the restau­rant. For instance, if you pledge $25 or more, your name will go on the “Founders Wall.” This wall will go up in every loca­tion that Carla and her part­ners open. There not be another Kick­starter cam­paign for the restaurant(s), so this is your chance to show every­one that you believed in Carla Hall’s South­ern Kitchen from the start. Of course, the rewards get better-and-better as you go up the pledge lev­els. Here is a list­ing of the rewards.


Thanks for your support!