How To Entertain Your Young Children at Fenway Park

This past weekend I accidentally took my family to the hottest, most boring place in the entire universe: Fenway Park. We were there to watch the Red Sox defeat the Astros 5-4, and while we did technically do that, we had to do a lot of other things as well because of how not cool […]

A New Way to Remember Dates

I did well in school, but I could have done better.  The thing is, I am terrible at remembering dates.  Sure, there are a few that we all know, like “In 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue,” and the 1776 signing of the Declaration of Independence, but most dates just slip right out of my […]

Singing The National Anthem at Fenway Park

Well, I finally did it.  I sang “The Star-Spangled Banner” on the field at Fenway Park.  It’s been a long time since I won that contest back in January, and now it’s hard to believe that it’s all over. We started the day by taking the “T” in for my 9:30 am sound check.  I […]

Singing My Way to Fenway

My mother called me a couple of days ago to tell me about a contest she’d heard about on the radio.  Apparently, if I went down to the mall on Saturday there would be a national anthem singing competition hosted by the Boston Red Sox, and the winner of the contest would get to perform […]

Loves From My Father

As Father’s Day is this weekend, I thought I would take this opportunity to reflect on the things in my life that I love because my father loved them first. These are the things I carry from him, and always will. 1. Comic Books When I was 6 or 7, my father gave me his […]