Submitted by Don Doman On the Graham Norton Show, the popular British cable-TV talk show (BBC), Graham asked guest Paul McCartney if The Beatles had ever participated in local talent shows before they became famous. They had. Graham then asked if they had won. Nope. McCartney explained, “There was this old woman who played the […]
Submitted by Don Doman For ten years comic Graham Norton has been hosting his own talk show on BBC (late night Saturdays). My wife and I haven’t missed too many episodes. Like similar talk shows he starts off with a monologue, which utilizes large images for his live audience to see and laugh at. He […]
It was on this night – August 10 – one year ago that “the public comment session about Federal Heights’ (Colorado) controversial rental inspection program was abruptly cut short ‘in the interest of public safety,’ according to City Manager Jacqueline Halburnt.”
Submitted by Don Doman Welcome to the world of the Internet of Things (IoT). That means connected products delivering fantastic services AND reasons to worry.
Submitted by Susanne Bacon It all started with a comrade’s well-made, but none too well-made cornhole board for an army event; he re-designed and created it to perfection. Or maybe it started way earlier, in school, when drawing was one of his favorite subjects. And he was good at it – that good, that he […]
Submitted by Don Doman We donated a special Name That Tune night to our Tacoma Rotary auction. Politician Jake Fey won the bid and was the only person we knew at the evening of fine dining, talk, and Name That Tune with me at the piano. My wife, Peggy was the sole judge and jury. […]
Submitted by Chuck Polance I blame The Gleaning Project of Pierce County for making me A LAZY GARDENER. So, don’t blame me. Let me set the record straight. You be the judge. Here’s my story and I’m sticking to it:
Submitted by Don Doman Writing in an article entitled “The US is falling behind academically” the World Economic Forum writes “Recently released data from international math and science assessments indicate that U.S. students continue to rank around the middle of the pack, and behind many other advanced industrial nations.”
Submitted by Don Doman An old Eagles Hall used to be our studio in downtown Tacoma. We shared offices with a non-competing video firm. They did a lot of dupe work making VHS copies of 3/4 inch video masters. I would occasionally pass through their control room while copies were being made. I was walking […]
Photos – Jessie Garza Recently I shared an article with you titled Westside Story – Who Pick, You Pick. I believe I succeeded in telling you more about pigeons than you ever thought you wanted to know. As difficult as it to imagine, I have more pigeon talk.