Friday The 13th: The Series, wasn’t a program that focused on hockey masks, sharp knives, or sex’d up teens ready to be executed because that’s what the script says. The program was propelled by the search, acquisition and salvage of cursed antiques of all kinds. Dolls. Jewelry. Baubles, relics. The list could have gone … Continue reading A Conversation with Ryan Dallion’s Alter Ego: John D. Lemay
Monthly Archives: October 2020
Carbs, protein and fat. Macro and micronutrients. Dieting and calories. Supplements. All things that athletes are concerned about to varying degrees. Proper nutrition is essential for fueling our bodies and optimizing our athletic performance. But are our athletes doing it correctly? Are we advising our patients correctly? Today I’m joined by a prominent sports … Continue reading Nutrition for Athletes, Part 1
A parent’s worst nightmare – to wake up and find that their child is missing. Panic sets in as fear takes over; where is he, did he runaway, did someone take him, how long has he been gone, who could he be with, who could have him? Call the police, call his friends, look … Continue reading Runaway
Being a fan of pop culture entertainment comes with a certain amount of healthy debate on some topics. Who would win in a fight…Superman or the Hulk? Which one’s better…cyborgs or robots? What would happen if warring aliens battled in a post-apocalyptic Earth city? The answers to all of those questions and scenarios can … Continue reading Writers Room: Horror Comic Pitches
Sleepy French towns. One can only wonder what magic they hold. The memories, the food, the people. What about being the centerpiece for the arrival of the Beast?! It’s time to recount our visions of the darkest tale told to date during Friday the 13th The Series. It’s a devil ridden epic broken into … Continue reading Our Review Of “The Prophecies: Part 1” – Season 3, Episode 1
I’ve had the privilege to have known many veterinary professionals, from veterinarians, veterinary nurses and veterinary technicians over the years who have provided quality care to my pets. These professionals have challenges that most people are unaware of. Besides taking care of our animals, they also have to help their human clients deal with … Continue reading Support Services for Veterinary Professionals & Pet Owners
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! No, I’m not talking about Christmas. I’m talking about Halloween. The month of October has turned into its own celebration for most of us horror lovers. As a matter of fact, I personally have a saying on my social media accounts… I don’t celebrate Halloween. I … Continue reading 2020 Halloween Horror King (Or Queen) Monster Battles!
Today on the Healthy Young Athlete Podcast we are going to tackle a topic that I would predict that most of us do not get enough of……and that’s sleep. Sleep is a necessity for all of us but it can have a critical role in the life of an athlete in terms of injury … Continue reading Does Sleep Affect Athletes?
There are so many benefits to having animals as part of our lives and the special benefit is their ability to provide emotional support. Besides unconditional love, they have a natural instinct to heal in a way that is often difficult to explain. In my previous episode I had mentioned that clients would often … Continue reading Living Out What You Love: Combining Passions with Jane Miller, LISW
Inside the Animal Academy Podcast I speak with people from all different areas of specialization’s regarding their experiences with a human/animal connection. My hope is to broaden all of our perspectives on what’s available and to spark interest in others that also appreciate the role that animals play in our lives. I met Dr. … Continue reading Veterinary Social Work with Dr. Pam Linden