B1G Mascot Parody
They may represent rival schools, but the mascots of the Big Ten have no problem joining forces when it comes to having some fun outside of sports. Roughly two years after teaming up for one of the more memorable “Call Me Maybe” parodies, the Big Ten mascots have once again outdone themselves, this time to the tune of Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off.”
Safe Ticket Buying
The old adage, “If it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is,” often comes to mind in regards to buying from sites like eBay or Craigslist, which predominantly feature a mix of professional and amateur sellers. With tickets in particular, Craigslist scams have become a regular occurrence for those looking to attend sold out sports, concert, and theater events, as sel… more
Let our 2014 Halloween guide clue you in to some of the best live concert and sporting events scheduled for Oct. 31 this year.
Phish Halloween Concerts Set for Las Vegas
2014 will mark 20 years since the first Phish Halloween events with a musical costume took place in New York. At that 1994 concert, the band performed The Beatles’ White Album in full and began a beloved tradi… more
World Series 2014
In a dramatic shift from last year’s Fall Classic, which featured teams with the best regular-season records in baseball, the 2014 World Series is instead comprised of two Wild Card winners (Kansas City Royals and San Francisco Giants) that tallied less than 90 wins on the year. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the former is a first under the current postseason format, the sec… more
Ohio will be getting a brand new country music festival in the summer of 2015 when the first annual Buckeye Country Superfest arrives at Columbus’ Ohio Stadium for the weekend of June 20-21. Presented by the same group that hosts the annual Bayou Country Superfest in Louisiana, this two-day music celebration will bring several acclaimed acts into town for the huge stadium show.