Sunday, February 1, 2099

Welcome Back To The Show!

This page is developed for my students at Smithtown High School West to serve as the ultimate class resource. Students will be able to use this resource to continue our daily dialogue in "Extra Innings" outside of class. Additionally, you will find information on class assignments, homework and any other useful or entertaining tidbits of relevant information that I wish to share with you. To view material most relevant to your class, click on your course page under "Mr. E's Class Pages."

I'll now leave you with the words of Christopher "Mad Dog" Russo, "...And Away We GO!"

Thursday, September 10, 2015

9/11/16 - 15 Years Later We Still Remember The Heroes of 9/11

As you know, all of my Sports Management and Sports Marketing classes today are taking a break from our "regular programming" to pay tribute to the heroes, victims, families and Americans hurt by 9/11.
The Sports World too was also affected by these acts, but also played a major part in installing hope and reminding all Americans that our nation would prevail.

UPDATE FROM 2015: ESPN 30 for 30 produced a documentary that gives an inside look at President George W. Bush's desire to help the American nation return to a sense of normalcy by throwing out the first pitch of Game 3 during the 2001 World Series.

MR. E's Note: This is by far one of the best things I have ever shown any of my classes! Enjoy!

Click Here to Watch!

Here are two clips that show an excellent portrayal of this:

Baseball returned NY after, the MLB suspended 6 days and 91 games of the 2001 season. Here in this clip, Mike Piazza restores order and extends a light of normalcy to NY and America at Shea Stadium, 10 days after the attacks (9/21/01).

George W. Bush, the 43rd President of the United States, instills a sense of hope in all Americans, proving he wasn't scared of terror by marching out onto the pitcher's mound at Yankee Stadium to throw out the first pitch in Game 3 of the 2001 World Series.

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Were They Really That SUPER?

Historically, the Super Bowl is known for outstanding football, premium entertainment at half-time, and the BEST commercials of the year.  Super Bowl XLVIII can be argued as the event that brought none of this. (Unless you are a Seattle Seahawks fan). Bruno Mars was not bad at all during halftime. But the real question is, were the commercials really that SUPER? 

Each year USA Today ranks the commercials using their AD METER. You can find the results here.  Here is another article discussing all of the results.

Here is the winning "PUPPY LOVE" Super Bowl commercial of 2014:

Here is one of my personal 2014 commercial favorites from my favorite TV Show of ALL TIME: "SEINFELD!"

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Farewell to a Legend...DICK CLARK!!! 1929 - 2012

Dick Clark, The Grand Marshall of New Year's Eve, passed away yesterday at the age of 82. I have always admired his career and wanted to share some links that highlight his life. I always considered him to be an integral part of my New Year's Eve celebrations! Enjoy!

Dick Clark Dead at 82

New Year's Eve in Time Square

Farewell to a TV Legend!

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

MLB "The Show" - Very Cool Commercial

A great commercial for my favorite video game....ENJOY!

Monday, April 16, 2012

Caine's Arcade

A 9 year-old boy took something he was passionate about and came up with this...


As promised, here is the video from the LA Times about Caine's Arcade. Enjoy!

Here is a link to the original article in the LA Times