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Lost, found and grateful

Published May 2, 2016

I knew I had lost it. I went for a walk last Saturday and took only my phone and debit card. The phone was for some podcast catch up and the debit card for a quick stop at the grocery store on the way home.


Matheson's stories had impact on large, small screens

Published June 25, 2013

It was the feeling of being less important as the world seems to be growing beyond our reach and control that fueled the story behind 1956's "The Shrinking Man" written by Richard Matheson. The sci-fi author died this week. He was 87.


TV loyalty

Published May 17, 2013

I watched the series finale of "The Office" last night, but before I did, I had to blow through the previous five episodes gathering dust on my DVR. In the end, it was worth the night of marathon television, but when I think about the entire final season of "30 Rock," also unwatched on my DVR, I wonder when I'll get around to it.


Checking back on 2010's most anticipated events

Published Nov. 15, 2010

Back in early January, I posted a blog titled "2010 events I can't wait to witness." With a mere 47 days left until the end of the year, I thought I'd look back what I most anticipated to see what lived up to the hype -- and what didn't.

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Your Weekly "Lost"-cap: The End

"Nobody can tell ya,there's only one song worth singing."I'm not actually going to 'cap The End. What?! See...the profound quality the finale had...well, I guess I feel it's important to really absorb it in your own way...without me muddling it up with a lot of words and stuff. But spea...

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