If more newspapers reported the news like this, we wouldn’t be watching circulation slip away … A sample entry: “4:17 p.m. Her neighbor keeps dinging her car door with his car door, she claims. Plus he’s being a dick about it.”
On the wind-swept plains of West Texas, I recently met a fellow ex-Pittsburgher. As we started talking, I realized he was at many of the late ’70s rock concerts that I attended, including my first show: Rush, Cheap Trick and Max Webster at the Stanley Theater in 1977. I was in ninth grade and had […]
This is just too weird.
News reports today claim that truckers are being trained to watch out for terrorists. I guess they’d be able to recognize terrorists given the way many of them terrorize motorists on the nation’s highways …
I’ve been reading The New York Times pretty regularly, and I’m always amazed at how many great stories they cram into each edition. In Monday’s paper (traditionally a “slow” day for newspapers), I stumbled across the following nuggest (you need to register to see these; it’s worth it). Cambodia’s Mystery Mammal: For years, tales have […]
I concluded last week’s travel with a trip to Pittsburgh to see my parents. They’re about to move to Florida, thus ending the Pittsburgh Years. The family homestead already has been sold. Now Mom and Pops are Florida bound. It seemed strange. In a lot of ways, I miss the ‘Burgh and felt a tinge […]
Business took me to New York City for the first time in a long time. It was great to be back. Always love going there, but the first day can be really disorienting. Car horns. Crowds. The smell of urine. Ah, New York. It all overwhelms. But after a day, I always find my stride […]