RURAL REFLECTIONS Twas the night before, the night before Christmas
One night I awaited a spot to stay
during the Off-Sale parking lot ballet.
I reminded me much of a sware so merry,
on stage, it was the dance of the sugar plum fairies.
My mind relaxed in... Posted on 12/14/13 at 9:32 AM
STAFF BLOG NEWS TRIBUNE ATTIC Duluth TV personality Jack McKenna dies at age 91
We received word from KUWS radio's Mike Simonson, on the Radio Superior Facebook page, that longtime Twin Ports radio and TV personality Jack McKenna died Sunday, Dec. 8 at age 91.
Jack McKenna doe... Posted on 12/9/13 at 6:06 PM
THIS WOMAN WRITES Do Christians Use the F-Word?
I thought the title might get your attention, and in answer to the question, which actually should look more like this:
Can you use the F-Word and still be a Christian?
I'd say, I sure hope so, or... Posted on 8/7/13 at 11:44 AM
SUNDOG Social Media is Saving Live Television
We all know the fight between Television networks and the Internet. They are fighting the tide of this new generation that wants their content online and on-demand rather than on TV. Viewership number... Posted on 10/15/12 at 9:08 AM
SLOWING THE RACING MIND Hunger Games–Disturbing? Indeed…
Last night, feeling the pressure to get a post up on the blog because many were asking my opinion of the movie, I published a 1300+ word post (reading it now, it seems like a bit of rant) about why yo... Posted on 3/25/12 at 2:44 PM
Comic showman Sid Caesar, a pioneer of American television sketch comedy as the star and creative force of "Your Show of Shows" during the 1950s, died on Wednesday at age 91, according to his friend and former collaborator Carl Reiner.
Alex Dobuzinskis and Steve Gorman
, February 12, 2014
Russell Johnson, the veteran character actor who appeared in science fiction films and Westerns before earning enduring fame as "The Professor" on the classic 1960s sitcom "Gilligan's Island," died on Thursday at the age of 89, his agent said.
A futuristic drama from producer-writer J.J. Abrams of “Lost” and the “Star Trek” movie franchise and a comedy with Andy Samberg of “Saturday Night Live” fame as a carefree police detective will be on Fox's new schedule, the network said.
The actors who play Pam, Jim, Dwight and other beloved characters from the popular NBC show “The Office” bade farewell on Saturday to the northeastern Pennsylvania city of Scranton that served as the TV setting for their fictional paper company.
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