Short. Classy. Optimistic. There has been no better speech in sports than the one given 75 years ago today from Lou Gehrig.
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Welcome to the website of Shep. I've been creating websites for several years, personal and professional. Feel free to browse around my wesbite to see the projects I've completed or am currently working on, as well as my blog, photos, and more.
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One of my favorite films of all time is Ghostbusters, celebrating it’s 30th anniversary this year. Screencrush has the inside story of the cameo-filled music video for Ray Parker, Jr’s song Ghostbusters. The cameos, featuring the likes of John Candy, Al Franken, and Chevy Chase, among others, are pretty random. You can watch the music […]
A Miles Davis biopic has been floating around Hollywood for years, but has never been made. With movies like Walk the Line and Ray hitting theaters, I thought for sure the film would be made. Mile Davis is one of the most influential musicians in American history, after all. Sadly, the script has been sitting […]
God, I hope not. Ben Shepard has launched the “Kanye 4 Mayor” campaign. The initiative includes a website, Kanye4Mayor.org, that features several pages of explanations on why Ye would be the best successor to Chicago’s current leader Rahm Emanuel. Shepard believes “Mayor West could lead a movement to make it the best city in the […]
The new Batman/Superman crossover movie now has an official title and logo. The title of the movie is Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. I think it’s now pretty obvious (as if the casting leaks for Wonder Woman and Cyborg weren’t enough) that this is going to be the first installment of The Justice League. […]
It’s been 8 years since one of the best groups in hip hop called in quits, but Jurassic 5 is back… sort of. They recently released a new song and video in preparation for their first US tour in 8 years. The song is entitled The Way We Do It and was produced by the […]
Jason Kottke recently had a post on his blog declaring the blog dead. Of course, it’s not really dead, but the way we write, consume, and share content has changed drastically over the past several years. If you look at my posting on this site over the years, you can see the number of posts […]