Okay, we’ve got a big fat conflict tonight between the STAAR Test and soccer.
Have you ever had one of those “I’m Never Doing That Again” moments?
Nothing like wading into a touchy subject, but here it goes.
eorge Riba retired this week, after a total of 42 years on the air in Dallas-Ft. Worth. It’s estimated that while at Channel 8 for the last 37 years, George covered around 8,000 stories. A true professional, George isn’t just one of the nicest people in TV. He’s one of the nicest people, period. I’ve had the pleasure of knowing him since I was at Channel 5 in the mid-70’s, and enjoy seeing him every time I do. I sure hope he does more than just pop up now and again. He’s too gifted for that. As others have said, George has never gotten in the way of his stories – and practically no one has ever seen him even get mad.
It’s only right that Philly’s favorite sons will perform at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. President Obama made them an offer they couldn’t refuse, and you can hear Daryl’s response here in his own words:
KLUV’s Rebekah Black and KJKK’s Billy Kidd review the Fifty Shades of Grey trailer on the first episode of Trailer Trash.
I’m always trying to downsize and, hence, not buy anything that won’t enhance my life or duplicate what I already have, so…
Last week at some point, somewhere… someone told me that I could see Better Call Saul via Hulu the day after it aired. Ummmmm… I’m not so sure.
Yesterday I sent a text to an old friend with whom I hadn’t spoken with in months regarding Harper Lee’s upcoming sequel. (We’re lovers of ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’) Before long, our texts took an extreme left turn into discussing “the play.” The one that decided the Super Bowl. It’s still on everyone’s mind. We’ll be YouTubing it as long as YouTube exists. Here’s a piece of our back & forth.
Two years have flown by since Valerie Harper announced that she had brain cancer, and did so in such an inspiring way.