Author Archive: Steve Sullivan

Steve graduated from Southwestern Michigan College with an Associate's Degree in communications. He currently resides in Niles, MI

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Baseball’s Greatest Games: Collector’s Edition

Baseball’s Greatest Games: Collector’s Edition

| October 23, 2011

Baseball’s Greatest Games Has there ever been anything more American than the sport of baseball? Possibly apple pie, but I’ll digress. As the month of October wind’s its way to a close, so does another baseball season. Major League Baseball and A & E are looking to capitalize on this magical month with the release […]

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Baseball’s Greatest Games: 1991 World Series Game 7

Baseball’s Greatest Games: 1991 World Series Game 7

| September 4, 2011

Major League Baseball carries the designation of “America’s Pastime”. It was given this moniker for a number of reasons. During The Great Depression, baseball was there to take a struggling nation’s mind off of its financial woes. During World War II, baseball was there to keep the focus away from possible global annihilation. And after […]

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Leonard Maltin’s 2012 Movie Guide

Leonard Maltin’s 2012 Movie Guide

| August 25, 2011

Leonard Maltin is one of the most respected film critics in the United States. He has worked for Entertainment Tonight for the last 19 years. He was Playboy’s resident film critic for six years, as well as hosting his own film review show on the ReelzChannel, Maltin On Movies. Mr. Maltin was not only the […]

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Card Subject To Change

Card Subject To Change

| July 11, 2011

Let me start off by saying: I love pro wrestling. I’ve loved pro wrestling since birth. If you ask my mother, I actually had one of her kidneys in a headlock. My father never cared for sports, but he has always been a wrestling fan. Pro wrestling has given us a bond, which is really […]

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The Making Of The President: The 1960′s

The Making Of The President: The 1960′s

| July 5, 2011

The 1960’s was perhaps the most tumultuous decade of the 20th century. College students, women, and non-white Americans suffered for their freedoms as citizens of the United States. There was a military action in Vietnam that divided a nation. In the middle of all of this social upheaval were three landmark presidential elections, each with […]

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Challenge of the GoBots: The Original Miniseries

Challenge of the GoBots: The Original Miniseries

| June 27, 2011

They have returned! The lethal, alien robots with the ability to alter themselves into motorized vehicles are back. Not since the mid-1980′s has there been such a level of fear and excitement. That is correct. I am, of course, referring to the re-emergence of…the GoBots! Sure, the public-at-large is all too familiar with Transformers, now […]

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