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  The Vietnam Veterans Memorial – The Moving Wall Nov 1st through Nov 4th will be present here in Las Vegas at 312 E. Clark and Las Vegas Blvd for a very special event and presentations, NOV 1 – 12PM-10PM WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC FOR VIEWING AND OBSERVATION NOV 2 – 10AM-10PM OPEN […]

On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS October 22, 2018, #715… Building a Legacy! After further review… Heading into my fifth year as an NFL official, a new official joined our officiating corps, namely Burl Abron Toler, an African American. That’s an important addition to Toler’s name, since he then became the first African American on-field NFL official. He […]

On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS October 8, 2018, #713… Success and Failure! After further review… My Facebook post recently was a reminder: “Don’t let your victories go to your head, or your failures go to your heart!” Since many of you may not be on Facebook, or maybe you are just fed-up with its whole approach, I thought […]

  On The TunneySide of Sports August 27, 2018 #707 Up next…Back on the Grass After further review…This coming weekend, September 1st, is the start of the 2018 college football (NCAA) season. For Coach Herm Edwards it’s beginning of another adventure in his already exciting athletic life. His sports interests began in Seaside, California at the Boys Club—just […]

Comedy at the Crossroads Our film is a history of comedy, Hollywood, music and crime. A winter’s night, 2018. Three lost legends of comedy in a recording studio built by rocker Graham Nash. We capture that “something” that happens in this magical spot. An ancient retail mall built to erase the memory of one of […]

  On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS June 18, 2018, #697…Wrapping Up The NBA Season! After further review…Wrapping, or is it “rapping,” the 2017-18 NBA season, which is finally over with the Golden State Warriors as the NBA champions!  We recently discussed (or rapped) the style of play in this professional sport. Many fans, more than […]

      On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS June 11, 2018, #696…Dwight Clark – He Leaves the NFL a Better Place After further review…This issue is a tribute to Dwight Clark. The below quote is from John Elway, Pro Football Hall of Famer, former Denver Broncos quarterback and now their general manager, who said, “Dwight Clark left the NFL and […]

On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS June 4, 2018, #695…The NBA After further review…Follow-up to last week’s TunneySide of Sports column/blog regarding the NCAA and the investigation of its practices of recruiting and, perhaps, paying its athletes, let’s explore the next level for some of those college basketball stars that move on to play in the National Basketball Association (NBA). The […]

On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS May 14, 2018, #692…”The Glass Ceiling” After further review…”The Glass Ceiling” is a metaphor used to represent an invisible barrier that keeps a given demographic (typically applied to minorities) from rising beyond a certain level in a hierarchy. The metaphor was first coined by feminists about barriers of high-achieving women […]

On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS April 9, 2018, #687… Stepping Up? After further review…” Throw the ball to me” said # 24 Arike Ogunbowale, point guard of the University of Notre Dame women’s basketball T*E*A*M in the huddle with three-seconds left to play in the NCAA Women’s Basketball championship game played at American Airlines Arena in Dallas, Texas. When […]


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