Hampton Roads won't be getting a relocated Sacramento Kings franchise, and may not get a professional sports team to call its own for some time. That doesn't mean the region doesn't deserve it. The demographics are one thing, but the decades of weird history are something else.
On holiday traditions, Garfield's Christmas Spectacular, and Neil Lomax, the ultimate gift for anyone interested in things Neil Lomax-related.
With a little bit of savvy online shopping and some help from a line of notably un-lifelike sports figurines, fans no longer need to feel left out of the beloved "check out this weird village of Christmas-themed figurines" holiday tradition.
Christmas is nearly here, and Hannukah is already over, and somehow some of you still haven't purchased gifts for your loved ones. This is frankly appalling of you, but we've got you covered anyway.
The Cracker Jack Classic baseball series, which ran from 1982-1985, was perhaps the finest hour for baseball in the 1980s. Not exactly Old Timer's Day, but not quite baseball's version of the Champions Tour, a revival of the event would certainly be fun for the whole family. If everyone in your family is an Andy Van Slyke fan.