Thanks to her breakout role as Washington D.C. call-girl, Rachel Posner in Netflix’s critically-acclaimed political thriller series, House of Cards, 23-year-old Milwaukee-born and Chicago-area native, Rachel Brosnahan is one of Hollywood’s fastest rising talents. With past roles in The Unborn, Beautiful Creatures and The Blacklist, Brosnahan—set to appear in the new ABC series, Black Box—starring Kelly Reilly (Flight, Sherlock Holmes), is set to take the next step into being recognized
[caption id="attachment_21984" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Courtesy of www.theblackcadillac.com[/caption] The subject of child abduction and stranger danger has always been something close to my heart. When I was in fifth grade while heading to school in Lakewood, OH, a man in a long black car offered me a ride to school. Had I hopped in that car, I probably wouldn't be here today. It was that memorable event that sparked my best-selling novel,
When I met Cleveland Browns left guard, Jason Pinkston a couple of years ago, I saw a humble man that was ready to embrace the NFL and his new team. Drafted in the fifth round in 2011, Pinkston was a star at the University of Pittsburgh and was considered one of the best offensive linemen in the senior class of 2010. The Browns stole him with the 150th overall pick.
What is the definition of a super fan? Is it dressing up in a costume, painting your face, and then cheering on your team? Or is it being a walking football encyclopedia that is more passionate about a team and the game than life itself? Cleveland Browns fans, I'd like you to meet Walter "Big Wally" Pavicic. Every single day, we read articles about the players we root for and hold dear to
Tomorrow former NHL great Theo Fleury will march in the Victor Walk onto the steps of Parliament tomorrow on behalf of his charity, to raise awareness for childhood sexual abuse. Back in January The Inscriber Digital Magazine had the chance to sit down with Theo Fleury and discuss his participation in the Victor Walk and his time in the NHL. Fleury talks about the Victor Walk and why it is important to Canada and himself. He also discusses how
Jack Taylor, a shooting guard out of Grinnell scored an NCAA-record 138 points on November 20th, 2012. Taking 108 shots, Taylor made 52 baskets, including 27 threes. Taylor, the 5'10'' sophomore had 58 points at halftime, which means he scored a whopping 80 points in the third and fourth quarters. Playing only 36 minutes, he broke the record by 25 points as Grinnell went on to win 179-104. Taylor was