I will admit that I am my son's biggest fan and I express it every week at his games. I am loud and proud when I cheer him on. I record myself and we play back my obnoxious rants on the sidelines in a segment we call, "Big League Chooch".
I have to admit that I am the loudest fan at my son's baseball game. I like to keep it positive, but sometimes I am so loud, it comes across as obnoxious. That's why, during baseball season, I am known as "The Big League Chooch".
It is amazing how country artists are with their fans. Being here at WGNA for just a few months has really opened my eyes to how country artist treat, value and care about their fans. This country superstar made time to visit a fan that was paralyzed just a few days before the concert.
Like a lot of boys growing up I played a lot of different sports like football, basketball, baseball and I even wrestled. However their is one sport that I regret not playing. I mean, I've seen The Mighty Ducks. How hard could it be?
First off, full disclosure, for those who don't know I'm a Los Angeles Rams fan and have been since I was 5. That said I've never been more impressed with a fan base than I have with the Seahawks fans here in Yakima. In fact I'll bet per capita there are more Seahawks fans here than Seattle...
Is social media the way to find true love with your celebrity crush? I think so! (Pssssst... are you listening Dierks?!?!)
Jake T Austin a 21 year old actor best known for his role as a young wizard in Disney series 'Wizards Of Waverly Place' (and a whole bunch of other stuff on Nickelodeon and Disney) has millions of followers on Twitter and millions more on Instagram, but through all the clutte
As a proud Florida transplant, I can say with authority, this would only happen there.
In Miami last night, former Governor Charlie Crist was set to debate current Governor Rick Scott for the upcoming Gubernatorial battle.
Now, I won't bore you with the back story of these two, but I'll tell you what happened last night...
When it comes to any event that you buy a ticket for, it's best to just stay in your seat while the event is going on. If you are at a baseball or football game, you aren't allowed on the field. If you are at at WWE event, you aren't allowed to jump in the ring. Same goes if you go to a concert. Unless you have a pass that says you can be on or backstage, it's best if you just stay in your seat an