Keith Luhmann

Explorations in Ethnic Cuisine – Indian

When I graduated from Dear Old Maine and moved south to the North Jersey, I was woefully unprepared for the culinary experiences of NYC. Though I had enjoyed many a Bert’s Special at Pats (feta, tomato, and spinach pizza? Opa!!) and even sampled a fair amount of crab rangoon at the old China Light, I […]

Alex Claverie’s ‘One Steining Moment’ : Frozen Fenway, 2012

Leading up to Frozen Fenway 2014, we here at Fill The Steins are pleased to bring you a few posts in our ‘One Steining Moment’ series, recalling previous visits to Frozen Fenway.  We hope these looks at the past will build excitement for this year’s match-up, and get you in the mood to Fill The […]

Nog

In honor of the Christmas season, I’d like to spend some time suggesting a few tasty recipes for stein fillsmanship at your holiday gathering. Nothing puts the icing on your fruit cake like a fine festive beverage to quench the thirst and warm the soul. Besides, a little social lubrication may be just the thing to keep grandma cooking up […]

Marathon Recap Article 6 – Post Marathon

This is my FINAL article of six detailing my personal experiences from Week One of training to finishing the 26.2 miles of the 2013 ING NYC Marathon. For the previous posting, please click here. If you’ve managed to read all of them; congratulations, you now are an unofficial marathoner…don’t even bother signing up!After the Finish […]

Marathon Recap Article 5 – End Game

This article is the fifth of six detailing my personal experiences from Week One of training to finishing the 26.2 miles of the 2013 ING NYC Marathon. For the previous posting, please click here. Manhattan V2.0 and the Grand Finale The second trip into Manhattan starts art Mile 21 with some great little neighborhoods in Harlem and a […]

Marathon Recap Article 4 – Mile Zero to Twenty One (the Easy Part)

This article is the fourth of six detailing my personal experiences from Week One of Training to finishing the 26.2 miles of the 2013 ING NYC Marathon. For the previous posting, please click here. Staten Island (i.e. The Verrazano)The first two miles of the race were probably my favorite. Everyone is fresh and pumped up, the views of […]

Marathon Recap Article 3 – Marathon Weekend

This article is the third of six detailing my personal experiences from Week One of Training to finishing the 26.2 miles of the 2013 ING NYC Marathon. For the previous posting, please click here.The Taper Finally after four solid months of running, I found myself heading into the taper period in the last couple weeks leading up to the […]

Marathon Recap Article 2 – Surviving Training Injuries

This article is the second of six detailing my personal experiences from Week One of Training to finishing the 26.2 miles of the 2013 ING NYC Marathon. For the introductory posting, please click here.   Putting One Foot in Front of the Other In the first few weeks of training, there’s a lot of running through […]

Marathon Recap Article 1 – Let’s Get it Started

This is the first installment in a series of six articles documenting my first marathon. My goal is to try and pass along some of the lessons learned and share my adventures from start to finish; hopefully giving the reader a sense of just how awesome a marathon can be…     Intro Looking back on my […]

Five Stories High Returns to Hoboken

Last Saturday night marked the first time in four years that Five Stories High, an original rock band partly made up of UMaine alums, played out in Hoboken, New Jersey. The idea of an FSH reunion show was prompted when the band learned that their lead singer and resident superstar, Merrit David Janes (a.k.a. DJ […]

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