Peppers at 10, which seems low.
Thank you Bob for the 47 years of service to Sesame Street, Michigan alum.
Former NFL linebacker Dhani Jones will serve as a reporter during NBC’s coverage of the Rio Games it was announced Wednesday.
The host of NBC primetime hit “Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge,” Jones will travel to various venues over the course of the Games and contribute to features on a variety of platforms. He’ll also be a part of the Olympic Zone, which is a 30-minute nightly show set to air on NBC affiliates.
“Dhani is an engaging personality with a wide-range of experiences and interests – from professional athlete to primetime entertainment host to haberdashery and philanthropy. We’re excited to have him on our team in Rio,” said Jim Bell, Executive Producer, NBC Olympics.
Greetings brewers! Based on some interest from another thread, I am proposing a new recurring OT topic for the blog - home brewing. Hopefully there's enough interest and expertise on here, because I've certainly got tons of topic ideas and questions.
For our first topic, introduce yourself if you are a home brewer, or even if you are interested in getting into the hobby and have questions! There's no better knowledgebase on the web than MGoBlog as far as I'm concerned.
# of batches? (approx # of batches brewed)
Batch size? (typical batch size, 1 gal, 3 gal, 5 gal, etc.)
Method? (extract, partial match, all grain)
Recipe Software? (BeerSmith, BrewersFriend, etc.)
Future topic ideas? (best recipe, favorite style, favorite hops, etc.)
I'll be travelling to the Big House for the first time in my life in the month of July -- and couldn't be happier about it -- to take in the Real Madrid-Chelsea match.
Does anyone have any details about parking for the game? Obviously, there will be no golf course parking in the middle of the summer. I am wondering, which lots are going to be open? Would you advise a pre-pay?
For those who are also going to the game, where do you plan on parking?
Thanks very much. I am really looking forward to this.
Another thing that caught my eye is the backround, is that supposed to symbolize the Michigan Union?