Closing the Book on “Mad Men”

Tonight, it ends. The story of a guy named Don Draper and the life surrounding an advertising agency in New York’s 1960’s. But, this story doesn’t begin with a script written by Matthew Weiner. It actually began, innocently enough, with a group performing in Des Moines one night. Critically acclaimed group “RJD2” performed at Vaudeville Mews. Popular … More Closing the Book on “Mad Men”

Catching Up

A few days ago, several friends were interviewed for a cover story about Millennials and the perception of their generation.  They shot down the notion that their generation are selfish and disconnected.  I agree with them.  Maybe because we live here in Iowa, but I’ve seen more Millennials active in organizations, being creative, starting their own companies, and doing other things that … More Catching Up

Sunday Sports Leisure Reading – March 25, 2012

I haven’t done one of these for awhile, but there’s plenty of stuff going on that’s flying under the radar. Deadspin this week profiled two former Drake Basketball greats in their series, “Tell Me When It’s Over”.  Willie Wise and current Drake color analyst Dolph Pulliam recalled their run to the Final Four and facing … More Sunday Sports Leisure Reading – March 25, 2012