A Different Sort of Yoga at SaltAer Circus Arts

As I was searching for an aerial yoga class near the beaches, I ran across SaltAer Circus Arts and was immediately intrigued. I grew up in Sarasota, home of Ringling Brothers, and the circus has always been close to my heart. My high school even had its own Big Top! So when I saw they offered … Continue reading A Different Sort of Yoga at SaltAer Circus Arts

Country Style Ribs with Tiger Tail Sauce

Tiger Tail has a delicious line of mustard and fusion BBQ sauces that taste great as a sauce, or as a condiment. When they contacted me about doing a recipe post, I wanted to create something a little different and incorporate their sauce into one of my favorite recipes and give it a new twist. … Continue reading Country Style Ribs with Tiger Tail Sauce

Keane Interest: Jazz Fest, Costumes on Etsy, Mother Ruckers and Hurricane Dorian

This past week we had a lot of excitement with Hurricane Dorian making its slow way across the ocean and then just barely touching Florida, we checked out the Atlantic Beach Jazz Festival at Johansen Park, I got a jump start on Halloween season and we gave rucking a try. Keane Interest Round-up August 26 … Continue reading Keane Interest: Jazz Fest, Costumes on Etsy, Mother Ruckers and Hurricane Dorian

Geek of the Week: Alicia Alexandra from the EightBitBlonde Blog

The week's featured geek Alicia Alexandra, aka EightBitBlonde, took a break from preparing for PAX West to answer a few geeky questions about gaming, sci-fi and early geekdom. She keeps busy blogging, streaming and podcasting about the gaming industry and community while covering everything from local events to geek inspired food creations. 1) Introduce yourself: … Continue reading Geek of the Week: Alicia Alexandra from the EightBitBlonde Blog

The TV Shows that Shaped My Early Childhood

My son is four-years-old and the TV shows I remember best from my early childhood, the ones that made the biggest impact, are the ones I starting watching around his age. Later, around six or seven is when I got more into cartoons, particularly the Saturday morning variety, but my early years were immersed in … Continue reading The TV Shows that Shaped My Early Childhood

Hurricane Dorian is Coming. Better Go Buy Wine.

Growing up in Florida means growing up with hurricanes. Other states have Snow Days for missing school, we have Hurricane Days. I can't count the number of times the first day of school was cancelled due to an impending storm. My son is only four, but we are about to go through his third hurricane … Continue reading Hurricane Dorian is Coming. Better Go Buy Wine.

Keane Interest: Hive Society White Party, GAAM, Chuck E. Cheese and Geek Mama T-Shirts

Welcome to the latest edition of the Week in Review, now called "Keane Interest" because I wanted something a little more catchy. This edition covers the latest GAAM event, the Hive Society White Party, a new love for Chuck E. Cheese and the Geek Mamas t-shirt shop on Tee Public. Space GAAM gets a New … Continue reading Keane Interest: Hive Society White Party, GAAM, Chuck E. Cheese and Geek Mama T-Shirts

A Visit to the Jack Daniel Distillery and Miss Mary Bobo’s, or Kids Don’t Care About Whiskey

I'm not a big fan of whiskey, but I am a fan of touring historical places and learning new things. So if I happen to visit a historical landmark where they also serve whiskey then I'm down with liking whiskey for the day. I was all ready to tour, learn and taste on a recent … Continue reading A Visit to the Jack Daniel Distillery and Miss Mary Bobo’s, or Kids Don’t Care About Whiskey

First Day of Preschool Derailed by Lunchbox

We were all set for the first day of school. The school bag was packed, school shirts were washed and ready, and we got a new fancy lunchbox that could hold twice as much as his lunchbox from last year. He was so excited he had to try it on and then put things in … Continue reading First Day of Preschool Derailed by Lunchbox

I Got the Playstation Thumb. Don’t Worry, It’s Not Terminal.

A weird thing happens when you get older. You go and do perfectly normal things, things you do all the time like getting out of bed or bending over to pick something up, and all of a sudden you are injured. A muscle gets pulled, a tendon gets tweaked, and then you spend a week in … Continue reading I Got the Playstation Thumb. Don’t Worry, It’s Not Terminal.