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fantastic. And of course the most notorious, Janet Jackson’s “revealing” of 2010. -Austin Chadwick

Super Bowl Halftime Show Well there you have it. Another Super Bowl halftime show goes completely wrong..First off, I think that as an active, on-

stage performer, Madonna

actually looked her age (53). There needs to be a rule that anyone over the age of 50 is not allowed to perform at the Super Bowl unless they are in a timeless band. I.E. The Rolling Stones, Aerosmith, etc. On top of that, Madonna brings along a couple of fad rappers with a sketchy persona and.... Wham-O!!! We all get the obscene gesture. To top it all off, instead of sticking exclusively to her iconic hits, Madonna finished with a new song. You know when you go to a concert and you are there to see a legend and the next thing you know, they are shoving their new, undesired music down your throat? Yeah, that was Madonna at the SB. The only highlight was the fact that LMFAO was included. Let’s face it, everyone loves those guys.

This all brings memories of the best halftime shows, as well as the most notorious. Michael Jackson’s Super Bowl of 1993 is the greatest SB performance in my book, but hey, that is just my opinion. Brittney Spears in 2008 with N’Sync and Aerosmith was absolutely


Pinned - The Movie A film by the Norman Bros. Pinned takes you on the rollercoaster ride that is high school wrestling. Based in the Cleveland suburb of Lakewood, Ohio Pinned follows the two very different lives of Matt Curley from Lakewood High School and the Palmer brothers from St. Edward High School. Lance Palmer is attempting to become a four time state champion while just a few blocks away at Lakewood, Matt is working hard to become the first state champ at Lakewood since 1959. Follow the lives of these two young competitors as they experience the highs and lows of wrestling at the highest level. Mike and Patrick Norman do an incredible job of shedding light on what it takes to be a champion and what happens when things don’t go exactly how you expected them to go. Pinned is a journey. A journey that forces the viewer to experience the emotions of life on and off the mat. Visit the Pinned website at -Brad Heath

Oh My! By Dick Enberg Oh My! by Dick Enberg with Jim Perry takes you on a journey following the storied career of broadcaster Dick Enberg. Enberg started his broadcasting career at a radio station in Mount

Pleasant, Michigan, but would go on to become one of the icons in television. If you’ve watched a basketball game, a tennis match, a horse race, a football game or the Olympics chances are you have heard the voice of this 13-time Emmy Award winner. From his relationship with the great Ted Williams to his brush with Secretariat, Oh My! chronicles the life of a legend in broadcasting. Tennis great John McEnroe provides the forward and tells some great stories about Dick Enberg. Whether you are a high school sports broadcaster or just a fan of the game, Oh My! is one book to add to your collection. For more on this autobiography visit www.skyhorsepublishing. com. –Rod Coulter

adizero Rush Any runner will tell you the weight of the shoe matters. Adidas took that to heart when they created the adizero Rush. This lightweight running shoe is for the everyday runner or the long distance runner who want something light, but supportive on their feet. Retailing for around $100.00, the adizero Rush is one of the lightest running shoes on the market at only 7.5 ounces. The adizero Rush is offered in several color combinations (our favorite is the grey with green or the orange) giving the athlete an opportunity to add that pop of color everyone wants from their shoe. Also look for athletes at the 2012 Summer Olympics to wear the adizero Rush in London. Overall this shoe from Adidas gets the VYPE stamp of approval as the top new running shoe on the market. For more information visit www.shopadidas. com or search for the adizero Rush on www. - Brad Heath

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