It's a slow blogging day over here today, and for that, I apologize. But I was up late handling Aeros stuff last night, which you can see below, plus I'm working on a big post for the end of the month that is taking a lot of work.
But I've also been spending some time on a new blog that myself, the Chron's Andrew Ferraro, photographer Fred Trask, and blogger Heather Galindo (Ms. Conduct) are setting up. You might have seen it referenced over in my blog links, or you probably saw that I cross-posted my Aeros game story to it last night, so let me make it official.
The Third Intermission is a blog we're setting up that will hopefully become the definitive Houston Aeros go-to site on the web. The plan current plan is that Andrew, myself, and Heather will file our game stories all on that site, so that you won't have to search all over the web among various sites to read them. Fred's going to be our photographer, and hopefully, along with his photos, he'll post his thoughts from time to time. If the Aeros make a roster move, we hope to not only post it, but to discuss it. We'll do our own three stars of the game. We're thinking of doing the Barry Brust Words of Wisdom for each game, or maybe getting words of wisdom from a different player every night. Andrew does a lot more reporting than I do, but he doesn't have the space over at the Chron, so he wants to put it all up over at the new place.
We're still in the early stages, so there's not much content up yet, but I hope that you'll give it a read and stick with it. And don't worry, I'm not giving up the CVC. Not with baseball season coming up, but I when Andrew came to me with this idea, I thought that it was too good an idea to pass on.
So, as always, thanks for reading the CVC and please keep coming back, but I do hope that you'll check out the new place when you want your hockey fix.