Monster Jam landed with a bang at Baltimore’s Royal Farms Arena this past weekend. We watched Zombie, Grave Digger, Max D, Scooby Doo, Monster Mutts Dalmation and Rottweiler, and NEA battle it out in head to head and freestyle competitions. There were a lot of changes to the Monster Jam format. Check out my write-up and huge gallery of awesome pics, below.
(Washington, DC) -Monster Jam® will return to the nation’s capital with three shows at the Verizon Center on January 24 & 25. Monster Jam will feature fan-favorite trucks including Grave Digger, Crushstation and Aftershock. Monster Jam events are affordably priced for the whole family with seats starting at $25 for adults and $10 kids (ages 2-12). Pit Party Passes for Saturday and Sunday are also available for purchase for an additional $10 and offers fans the chance to see the massive trucks up close as well as meet the drivers. …continue reading MONSTER JAM returns to the Verizon Center on the 24th & 25th
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Today I got to chat with Bethesda based monster truck driver Jay Snyder. My son and I first got to witness his truck Illuminator at the Montgomery County Fair three years ago (see video below), and have been trying to keep up ever since. Next weekend at Monster Jam in DC, Illuminator will be competing against Crushstation, Man of Steel, Iron Outlaw, Bounty Hunter, and of course, Grave Digger. I wanted to ask Jay a few questions about driving a monster truck, and he delivered. Check it out.
This past weekend my old college roommate and I took our six and four year old sons to the Monster Jam at the Verizon Center in Washington DC. We got there early to hit the Pit Party to meet all the drivers and pose with the trucks. Check out all of our sweet pics below, and see why this is an awesome event to take your kid to. …continue reading Monster Jam! (Washington DC)
Just got word that we’re covering the Monster Jam July 9th in Baltimore. This show is going to be huge!
including Grave Digger®, Maximum Destruction®, Lucas Oil Crusader℠, Air Force Afterburner®, Advance Auto Parts Grinder℠, Monster Mutt® Dalmatian, El Toro Loco®, Avenger, Brutus, Backdraft , Grave Digger The Legend℠, and Nitro Circus!
We’ve shown you his burgers, we’ve shown you his pizza, now Chef Spike Mendelsohn (from Top Chef Chicago) is bringing kosher food all over DC with the Sixth & Rye food truck. The first kosher truck in DC. Click below to check out the pics. Right now, the truck will operate for a few hours on Fridays by Sixth & I st. Stay tuned as they start getting out and about. …continue reading Sixth and Rye Food Truck in DC
My son and I love our Hot Wheels Monster Jam Monster trucks… we have a couple of the playsets, and lots and lots of trucks. We race them down the Showdown ramp, we spin donuts in the Crash Arena, and much to my wife’s chagrin, we leave them all over the house.
Anyway, I decided to thin my son’s stable a little and take one or two to work. Yes, I look silly with Monster Trucks on my desk. So I decided to change the scenario and make a handsome backdrop display to improve their appearance in my workplace. And now you can too! Click below to get the PDF and see more pics. …continue reading DIY Monster Truck Display
If you watched my video about the Hot Wheels Monster Jam playsets, you’ll know that I was a little disappointed with the wrecker cars (or victim cars) that are included with the sets. Yeah they look crushed and beat up, but why can’t we get some soft rubber or cheapo plastic cars that would physically crush under the Monster Jam trucks? Perhaps its cost or safety, either way I took matters into my own hands, and produced this PDF of wrecker cars you can quickly print out and assemble (as many times as you want) for your Monster Trucks to run over. Check it out below! …continue reading Free DIY Wrecker Cars for your Monster Trucks
Earlier this summer I took my 3 year old son to see his (our) first monster truck rally at the county fairgrounds. Nothing fancy, these were mainly local guys crushing cars and doing donuts. It was very awesome. (Check out my five minute video podcast, or go all the way to the bottom of the page)
So I bought a couple of the Hot Wheels Monster Jam monster trucks for him to play with, and we got hooked. Read my review and tons of pics, below.