Author Archives | Bo Dietrick

One Man’s Journey to the South Pacific

Throughout a 4-week period of time, I was fortunate enough to go on the adventure of a lifetime in the South Pacific. I spent time in Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, and the Philippines, mostly exploring the beauty of the world and the wonderful people who live in it. These photos were not meant to be a cohesive inspiration, but rather a collection of sightings that may have caught my eye.

2 Comments Continue Reading →

The Magic Letters of Primetime TV: AMC

The cable TV channel AMC has, in the last 5 years, become one of the most viewed and talked about programmers in the television industry. Don’t believe me? Let’s take a look at the three most popular shows that are currently being produced by AMC, also known as Summer, Fall, and Spring.

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

Baseball: America’s Past Time (Whether You Like It Or Not)

Every April, the long-debated topic of baseball being “America’s game” comes back into the limelight. Fans across the country awake on Opening Day after months of reading the scouting reports and news from Spring Training with a fresh perspective on life. A new season presents opportunity for redemption. It stands for fresh starts and second […]

1 Comment Continue Reading →

New York State of Mind: A Midwest Boy’s Impressions on Life in the Big Apple

The crossroads of America, also known as the Midwest, are often known for vast open spaces, simplicity, and humble inhabitants. Those that grow up in these surroundings have little experience in a bustling metropolis, so what happens when an Indiana boy makes a trip to New York City, known far and wide at the Granddaddy […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

Adventures in Cleansing

Writing is often about communicating experiences, feelings, and emotions to other people. As an exercise in both writing and life, I recently chose to participate in what is now a fairly common health practice. The practice that I am referring to is known as a juice cleanse. This cleanse consists of 3 days in which […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

Making Sense of “The Master”

Paul Thomas Anderson is the auteur behind such cinematic works of art as Boogie Nights, Magnolia, Punch Drunk Love, and There Will Be Blood. Through writing and directing, he has grown to become a master of cinema, often taking a deep look into the human psyche of a collection of unique characters. His latest work just happens to […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

The Year of Mumford

2012 brought with it many hip new trends for the music industry. The diverse range of nominees in this month’s Grammy awards proved just that. From the mellow smooth R&B beats of Frank Ocean to the quirky rock-pop jingles of Fun., new music certainly gave us a lot to talk about. But one genre rising […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

Top 10 Films of 2012

The months of January and February are well known in the entertainment industry as an opportunity for studios to highlight the award nominated films of the past year. With the upcoming Academy Awards and reflection on all that 2012 had to offer cinema attendees, let’s review some of the best works in film that have […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

2012: A Musical Countdown

A new year brings with it many signs of transition and reflection. Celebrations, resolutions, and, of course, “best of” lists. Thousands of music lovers across the country spend the months of December and January contemplating their better audial experiences of the past 365 days, which can be a daunting task. Typically this provides a great […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →