Posts Tagged ‘Super Bowl’

Super Bowl Songstress Reclaims Dignity – Oops!

Jeff Prince
The pressure was on Christina Aguilera during the opening number of last night’s Grammy program. Aguilera took a pounding the previous Sunday after 111 million viewers of the  Super Bowl in Arlington watched her forget l...


“WaPo” Disses Super Bowl

Jimmy Fowler
Yes, yes, I promise to shut up about the Super Bowl after this post. I’m not a football fan and didn’t watch the game. But all the big and small, natural and man-made disasters that bedeviled Sunday’s event and the week l...



Super Bowl’s Musical Ouch

Jeff Prince
During the Civil War, the Northern troops burned crops on Southern plantations but didn’t bother with the fields of black-eyed peas. Northerners considered the peas as cattle food — inedible to humans. Black-eyed p...


Super Bowl Post-”Glee” Analysis

Kristian Lin
I watched the Green Bay Packers’ defense come up big and Christina Aguilera flub her lines, but you’re not hear to read about that. You want to find out how the post-Super Bowl episode of Glee turned out. Read on, b...



Will Super Bowl National Anthem Be Yodeled?

Jeff Prince
Associate editor Anthony Mariani declared the Black Eyed Peas as overcooked and inedible for tomorrow’s Super Bowl halftime stage. I’m not particularly a fan of the Peas but I’ve seen them perform on various ...


Cori Lynn At Lone Star In Sundance Square Saturday

Jeff Prince
Local pop singer Cori Lynn is putting on a show and releasing a new CD and music video at 3 p.m. tomorrow (Saturday) at Lone Star in Sundance Square near ESPN’s Super Bowl headquarters.   Cori Lynn’s music is...



Heard About the Super Bowl Yet?

Jimmy Fowler
I’m happy that the Super Bowl is bringing national attention and patronage to Fort Worth and its businesses (including the one that employs me). But in the relentless flood of hype, some local TV coverage has been a teeny bit...


Super Bowl Halftime Show Needs New Blood

Jeff Prince
The Super Bowl is infamous for trotting out geezers during its halftime show (McCartney, the Stones, Prince, Petty, and Springsteen), but this year they went younger with the Black Eyed Peas. Still, the Peas aren’t all th...



Steelers Ruin Super Bowl Party Yet Again

Jeff Prince
First, the Pittsburgh Steelers rob the Dallas Cowboys of the “Team of the Decade” crown in the 1970s. And now those bums have ruined our Super Bowl party. The “Stealers” beat the groggy New York Jets on ...


I Am a Super Bowl Victor

Jimmy Fowler
If anything is clear about 2011’s much-hyped Super Bowl in Arlington, it’s that fans can be divided between winners and losers. So stand back, beyotches, because I am a Super Bowl victor – I just bought a $200 “Plaza Pa...