It has been a huge first week at Place to Be Nation. With new material every day you may have missed something along the way. Here’s a recap of what happened last week at the only Place to Be in your Pop Culture World.
Andrew Riche set the stage for game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals, going back to a fateful night in 1998 to talk about a past NBA game 7 and a very important WWF pay-per-view.
The NBA Finals tipped off on Thursday and Andrew broke down the match-up and talked about what was at stake for each team.
The Place to Be Nation Staff shared their memories after nine seasons of The Office. Relive your favorite and least favorite characters and story lines over this two-part feature: Part One and Part Two.
Michael Waldrop debuted his Scouting Report column by taking a look at Randy Savage from 1987-1988.
Jeremy Nichols gave the Place to Be Nation his instant reaction to TNA’s Slammiversary pay-per-view right after the show ended on Sunday night.
Marc Clair asked the question: What kind of person watches wrestling?
We cover every weekly show – Raw, Main Event, Smackdown, NXT, Ring of Honor and Impact Wrestling.
Jen Engle and Justin Rozzero reminisced about America Online in the regular column, We Miss the ’90s.
Todd Weber has issues, and he’s here to regularly share them with the Place to Be Nation.
Scott Criscuolo kicks off his run through every James Bond movie with Dr. No.
Jeremy Nichols asks if Nintendo has already lost this generation’s console race?