My Friday Five: On Atlanta Falcons, 'Stranger Things' & USMNT

1. Grace Makes History at The Open

The Open Championship always tends to make history each year. This year was no different as Branden Grace shot the first ever 62 in a major. The 29-year-old South African was "slightly dumbfounded" after being told of his accomplishment by his caddie, according to Newsday. Grace's score beats a 63, shot by Johnny Miller in the final round of the 1973 U.S. Open. Congrats, Branden! What a huge accomplishment!

My Review: Dunkirk

Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk was one of the most intense films I've seen.

Nolan tells the story of Dunkirk in three parts - I. The Mole, II. The Sea and III. The Air - each lasting for a duration of time in the film's non-linear narrative, as IMdB describes it. The three parts are intertwined to depict the (true) story of the high-stakes evacuation of Allied troops from the British Empire, France and Belgium from the war-torn beaches of Dunkirk, France.

My Friday Five: On A Supercon Wrap-Up, 'Dunkirk' in 70mm & A Ticketmaster Update

1. Supercon Wrap-Up

The first ever Raleigh Supercon is in the books, wrapping on Sunday! It was, coincidentally, my first "con" of any kind and I had a blast! Just in case you missed it (or want to read it again, I won't judge), check out a story I wrote on meeting Gaten Matarazzo from Stranger Things at Supercon. it's definitely worth the read! Supercon is coming back in August 2018 and I'm already looking forward to it. Especially if organizers can bring back Gaten and/or some of the other cast members from the show!