The final month of the worst year in my lifetime is finally here! Not that anything is really going to get better when we flip the calendar to 2021, but there is some hope that next year will be better than this one. Here’s some stuff to look forward to in the month of December:…

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This ain’t the first, and it definitely won’t be the last. But USA Today put together a list of the “20 Best Christmas Movies” of all time and it’s not good. Props for putting one of my favorites in the top spot, though. “Scrooged” is a wonderful take on “A Christmas Carol”, with the incomparable…

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You know what’s better than eight minute abs? Seven minute abs!!!! I’m a BIG fan of doing less. I’ve got super friends who seem to do nothing but workout. They’re constantly running or lifting or swimming or doing yoga or whatever. Six, seven, eight hours a day. Blech. No thanks! I’ll take a six-hour binge…

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We’ve got two dogs at our house, Fenway & Maggie. And just like most dogs, they LOVE to beg for table scraps. Occasionally, they’ll get a bit of steak or a small piece of a pizza crust, but we try to limit the amount of people food they get. Doesn’t stop them from sniffing around…

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Don’t get me wrong, Rotary Lights here in La Crosse is a kick-ass attraction that I thoroughly enjoy checking out every year. But if you go see the lights at Riverside Park this year and you’re still Jonesing for some more holiday magic, you might want to get to the other side of the state…

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Concerts. Hands down. We had soooo many shows planned for 2020 when March rolled around and shut everything down. I was REALLY looking forward to seeing Snoop at Rock Fest this year, along with Anthrax, Limp, and a ton of others. There were a few shows planned for the La Crosse Center this year that…

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For much of my life I’ve carried this weight on my shoulders, more in my belly and hips to be honest, that has haunted me like the ghost of Marley from Christmas Carol. That lurking feeling that someone is watching me. Silently judging my every move. A specter that sees exactly what I’ve put on…

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