New from the Springsteen archive: September 21st & 22nd, 1979 – New York, NY – No Nukes – Madison Square Garden

While the last four years have gifted us special archive releases very close to Christmas, there was some doubt that 2018 would see a bonus show released, given how The Roxy '75 was released on December 7th and Springsteen on Broadway dropped as both an album and a live concert viewing on Netflix last weekend. I … Continue reading New from the Springsteen archive: September 21st & 22nd, 1979 – New York, NY – No Nukes – Madison Square Garden

Preview and Predictions: NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 13 in Tokyo Dome

It's New Japan Pro Wrestling's biggest event of the year and Wrestle Kingdom 13 is stacked from top to bottom. The two previous shows from the Tokyo Dome have set a very high standard for the company to reach on January 4th, but it's very likely coming out of this we'll be talking about some … Continue reading Preview and Predictions: NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 13 in Tokyo Dome

E Street Review: Netflix’s Springsteen on Broadway (2018)

Hours after Bruce Springsteen brought to an end his two hundred and thirty-six show Broadway run and his "first ever day job", Netflix's Springsteen on Broadway gives fans who experienced the show personally a chance to relive, and those who were unable to attend an opportunity to understand the reasoning behind this being touted as one of … Continue reading E Street Review: Netflix’s Springsteen on Broadway (2018)

New from the Springsteen archive: October 18th, 1975 – West Hollywood, CA – The Roxy

As Bruce Springsteen prepares for his final week in the Walter Kerr theatre on Broadway with what can be suggested as the epilogue of a near-fifty year career, the Archive Series is taking us back to the start through a show that works perfectly in comparison to Springsteen on Broadway as evidence of his rise to superstardom. … Continue reading New from the Springsteen archive: October 18th, 1975 – West Hollywood, CA – The Roxy

TV Review: “A Very Sunny Christmas” [Spoilers]

It's Christmas in Philadelphia and in Paddy's Pub, so Frank's celebrating his annual tradition of spoiling this time of year for Dennis and Dee by buying himself the gifts they really want. Having finally had enough, the Reynolds children decide to pull a Christmas Carol type scheme to get some payback, while Mac and Charlie … Continue reading TV Review: “A Very Sunny Christmas” [Spoilers]