Weekend winners (college football version) SEC in general, Georgia in particular. The Bulldogs handled their BID-ness and completely whipped Georgia Tech in a manner that does not happen often. The final was 45-21 and the game was not that close. It was a powerful season-ending run, that as TFP ace sports columnist Mark Wiedmer points out here, has Georgia looking to topple mighty Alabama. And buckets if that happens, well, the college football playoff committee has some serious thinking to do. If UGA beats Alabama in a one-score game, I see the SEC getting two spots friends. Tua. Man, that dude is amazing. And know this: In any other year over the last decade, with the possible Kyler Murray would be walking away with the Heisman Trophy. But Tua has been so good all season, there's no way it's anyone but him? And how about this stat from Ryan Brown of WJOX in Birmingham: Tua attempted 10 fourth-quarter passes against Georgia in the title game last January. He's attempted three … [Read more...] about 5-at-10: College football winners and losers, Pay-per-view for golf and more, Rushmore of cartoon character’s catch phrases
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A Drake-themed cruise, a Brazil-themed street fair, a glow-in-the-dark dance party and more of the best things to do in New York City this weekend. Watch anime all weekend It’s the 15th anniversary of Animation Block Party, BAM’s annual survey of what’s new in the cartoon world with four days of shows and movies by professional, indie and student artists here and abroad. This year highlights female animators, and will have a screening dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the anime classic Akira. There’s also a night just for experimental films and music videos. The fest kicks off with a free Opening Night Party at Littlefield on Thursday. July 26-29, BAM Rose Cinemas, 30 Lafayette Ave., Brooklyn, $15, animationblock.com Prospect Park holds a fish(ing) fry Some people love fishing for the sake of catching fish, and some just like to hang out and knock back a cold one with friends, then enjoy the spoils later with someone’s secret family recipe. … [Read more...] about The Best Things to Do in New York City This Weekend, July 26-29
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During my first semester working at The Sun Star, a cartoon surfaced in the newsroom. It was deposited in the Editor-in-Chief’s inbox and made light of The Sun Star’s financial situation, with less budgeting allowance allocated to the paper than to other governance groups. However, despite asking around the office, nobody could claim they put the cartoon in the mail basket. No one asked me if I knew anything about the picture, but at the time I was a bit preoccupied at my work station. I joined the conversation later, while the staff were discussing the precarious budget situation university-wide. If anyone asked me about it now, I’d say that it was strange how a cartoon that cropped up three years ago left such an impact on me in the present day. It seemed like a prediction of the semesters that followed; The Sun Star’s budget has dwindled with the university’s budget, with student enrollment, and with decreasing interest in print advertisements. As I … [Read more...] about Letters from the Editor: One small step