Sections

Tag Archives | Books

Lacrosse: The Ancient Game

New to The Lacrosse Shop, Lacrosse: The Ancient Game

1 - Published March 2, 2012 by in The Life

New to The Lacrosse Shop! We honor this great game we all have the privilege of playing by bringing you Lacrosse: The Ancient Game, by Jim Calder.

lacrosse is for me book

Show LAS Your Old School: “Lacrosse Is For Me” Book

0 - Published February 23, 2012 by in The Life

All hail Twitter! Thanks to this wonderful service we get AWESOME Old School submissions. This week we tackle “Lacrosse is for Me”, a lax book from the early 80s chock full of lacrosse goodness.

Lacrosse - The Ancient Game

Interview with Jim Calder, Author of Lacrosse – The Ancient Game

3 - Published September 20, 2011 by in Interviews, The Life

Brunelle talks with Hobart Lacrosse legend Jim Calder about his new book, “Lacrosse – The Ancient Game.”

The Sports Guy And Gladwell Take On The Writers Room

4 - Published January 14, 2010 by in The Life

Concussions in football have been a major topic swirling the media-sphere and in a recent ESPN article, Bill Simmons talked to Malcom Gladwell and lacrosse was mentioned. Some of your favorite LaxAllStars writers give their take. Open the door and step into a lively debate in “The Writer’s Room”.

GMODT: The Late Shift – 2 Night Show 2 Furious

2 - Published January 12, 2010 by in The Life

The lifestyle guru says it can all be broken down into one question: Jay Leno or Dave Letterman? Answer right and first prize is a set of steak knives. Second prize is your show is moved back to midnight.

GMODT 2010 Edition- Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger!

6 - Published January 6, 2010 by in The Life

Mitch shares his New Year’s resolutions and tries not to come off as condescending or arrogant. Spoiler alert: Nick Jonas makes a cameo.

GMODT’s Book Club

4 - Published November 23, 2009 by in The Life

Today I’m proud to say I’m stealing a page from Oprah’s play book. Even though Oprah is about to go on a year and a half long goodbye tour, it’s never too early to pay tribute.