The Atari 5200 was supposed to be the next step forward for an early video game giant. Instead, the company tried to pretend it never existed, even after selling a million consoles. Three years later, they were $500m in debt.
Up until Tuesday, every AoG alcohol taste test has involved some sort of horse poison. To celebrate a season with two bye weeks, we decided to change things up and give some of America's finest high-ABV craft beers a try.
It's bye week, which means you can spend your Saturday watching football and drinking heavily without having to worry about actually remembering any of it. Actually, given the events of the last seven weeks, this probably would have saved you a lot of misery come Sunday anyhow.
No, this isn't a post about a tavern somewhere in Lincolnshire, though I would love to stumble across a pub called "The Huntsman and Shrub" and mingle with the locals. However, it is about a sandwich and cocktails that both have English roots.
There are three rules for tailgate food. It should be: Something that can be shared. Simple enough to cook after a few cocktails. Easy to eat, especially after said cocktails. With that in mind, we bring you spicy garlic shrimp.
Step one is to acquire a decent steak. This is shockingly difficult the first time, but extremely easy once you have a "guy". In DC, my guy was a large lesbian woman named Pam. She called me Tiny (note: I’m not tiny) and would literally hand me meat.
McDonald's loved American athletes so much that the company was willing to give away millions of dollars worth of food to support them in the 1984 Olympics. Of course, a Soviet boycott of those games certainly didn't help things.
An extended look at the worst bar on television and Uncle Jesse's opus - the Smash Club. Let's delve into this dayglo nightmare of terrible music, horrible service, and a seemingly endless supply of poor decisions.
An exclusive look at the 8-bit adventures of Tennessee Athletic Director Dave Hart and his adventures in finding the Volunteers' next head coach. SPOILER: Mike Gundy receives his own planet.
I'll be moving over to Nashville Sports Hub to cover Vanderbilt sports there, but I'll still be at Anchor of Gold in a diminished capacity. Don't worry though, I've got some cool stuff to do before I go.