Post Tagged with: "Tom Ward"

  • The Death of Archie

    The Death of Archie

    Entertainment July 11, 2014 2:29 pm no comments

    It appears that death has been a revolving door in the comic book world, especially in the superhero-titled comics. If this were DC or Marvel comics, Archie might end up being resurrected just in time for a new movie featuring the character. However, there is no need for that here as Archie is only dying in the “Life with Archie” series. All the other versions of the Archie titles and incarnations will continue to live on.

     
  • Meet the talented people behind the “Mary Worth” comic strip

    Meet the talented people behind the “Mary Worth” comic strip

    Entertainment June 25, 2014 5:58 pm no comments

    Eighty-six year old Joe Giella is a comic artist icon who has drawn the “Mary Worth” strip for the past 23 years. Giella has worked in the comic book and comic strip business for a mind-boggling 69 years. He’s probably best known as the longtime artist and inker for DC comics on titles like “Batman”, “The Flash”, “Green Lantern” and “The Justice League.” During his long and illustrious career, Joe has worked as a comic book artist on almost every main character for DC and Marvel comics.

     
  • The Personal Golf Tote Bag

    The Personal Golf Tote Bag

    Tee Time with Tom Ward June 19, 2014 5:02 pm no comments

    Ms. Wark’s first venture into the golf market introduced golfers to her stylish golf fan that can be placed in your golf cart or is adaptable to your walking push cart. Now, she’s added another very useful tool that will aid all those golfers out there that don’t seem to have enough space in their golf cart.

     
  • Young Golfer Eyeing His Future

    Young Golfer Eyeing His Future

    Tee Time with Tom Ward June 13, 2014 3:43 pm no comments

    During a high school practice round his sophomore year, where he was the number one player on his team, one of his fellow teammates goofing around like players occasionally do tossed a stick at him as he was chipping near the green. Justin abruptly turned around and the stick hit him directly in his left eye. He was rushed to the hospital and over the next few months visited numerous doctors trying to salvage his vision, to no avail.

     
  • California Chrome Dreaming of a Triple Crown

    California Chrome Dreaming of a Triple Crown

    Entertainment June 7, 2014 5:00 am no comments

    Winning the triple crown is considered the greatest accomplishment in thoroughbred racing and winning all three legs (The Kentucky Derby, Preakness and the Belmont Stakes) may be one of the hardest things to do in all of sports. Only 11 horses have pulled off the feat in over a 120 years of racing.

     
  • Ben Hogan Golf Returning to Fort Worth

    Ben Hogan Golf Returning to Fort Worth

    Tee Time with Tom Ward May 29, 2014 1:22 pm no comments

    I was traveling out of the country when I first heard that Ben Hogan Golf was making a comeback and moving its operations back to Fort Worth. I got very excited because I’ve always been a big fan of Ben Hogan golf clubs. I still have my Hogan Apex irons and Tour bag and every year at the Colonial media tournament I take my set of irons out to play at Hogan’s alley, honoring the legendary golfer.

     
  • Patrick Rodgers wins 2014 Ben Hogan Award

    Patrick Rodgers wins 2014 Ben Hogan Award

    Tee Time with Tom Ward May 20, 2014 1:32 pm no comments

    On the drive home I told my wife that I look forward to following the careers of all three of the young men we met this evening, because they are great examples of how young athletes should act on and off the golf course. I could tell after speaking with these remarkable young collegiate golfers that they were in awe of what Ben Hogan accomplished and what this award bearing his name really meant.

     
  • Tom Ward Reviews Rick Reilly’s New Book

    Tom Ward Reviews Rick Reilly’s New Book

    Tee Time with Tom Ward May 14, 2014 9:46 pm no comments

    In the foreword of his book Reilly writes his self-authored obituary. He notes, “Reilly was a very odd sports writer in that he didn’t really write about sports. He wrote more about people who play sports.”

     
  • 2014 Kentucky Derby Festival Artist – Twinspired

    2014 Kentucky Derby Festival Artist – Twinspired

    Entertainment May 1, 2014 2:26 pm no comments

    These twins have given the expression ‘horsing around’ a whole new meaning, as this is a record fourth time the honor has been bestowed upon them to create the poster, which has become a big seller back in Kentucky. Recently, I had the opportunity to speak with both of them separately.

     
  • Colonial to Unveil New Entrance for Crowne Plaza Invitational

    Colonial to Unveil New Entrance for Crowne Plaza Invitational

    Tee Time with Tom Ward April 26, 2014 8:44 pm no comments

    Spectators arriving in the tournament’s public shuttles will be dropped at the park area along Colonial Parkway. They will proceed immediately into the golf interactive games area, then past a live music area for evenings after play ends, and then into the tournament’s Fan Fest expo tent, featuring official merchandise, concessions and other exhibitors.