Time once again for Stream of Consciousness Saturday, brought to you by Linda Hill (who has all the rules and the list of contributors at her blog) and by the letters VIS. As in teleVISion. One of my favorite categories to write about. I’ve written about it plenty on this blog, but it’s a subject … Continue reading Television (What Else?) #socs
Picture this: it’s 1962, a Saturday morning. The three Holton boys (Johnny, 6; Jimmy, 4; and Kippy, 3) wake up at 6:30 and run out to the kitchen wearing nothing but undershorts. Each of them gets a bowl of Rice Krispies, filled to the rim with cereal, milk and sugar, and carefully carries it through … Continue reading Television (#atozchallenge)
Say the word vintage, and my mind goes right to vintage television. Mary and I watch a lot of vintage Tv, mostly because we aren’t entertained by what The Big 4 Networks are serving up these days and there’s not a lot on most of the streaming services that we’re interested in. That might change … Continue reading Writers Workshop: Chateau Lafitte and Welch’s Grape Juice
Michele, our guest conductor this month, chose “body parts” as the theme for today. I had this incredible feeling of déja vu when I was putting this playlist together, and I figured out why: I’ve done body parts before. In fact, several days later, my readers came up with a list of their own, and … Continue reading Monday’s Music Moves Me: Body Parts!
Let’s visit Dayton, Ohio, “The Birthplace of Aviation” (because Orville and Wilbur Wright hail from there) and radio station WING, the oldest full-time commercial radio station in Dayton and its first Top 40 station, now known as “ESPN 1410” because it’s an affiliate of ESPN Radio and the Ohio State IMG Sports Network. Here’s their … Continue reading The Friday 5×2: WING (1410 AM, Dayton, OH), 1975