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Josh Drespling: I’m driven to know this guy — but it’s going slowly
In our day-to-day lives we encounter many people. During our bustle from one point to another, we cross the paths of some interesting folks — some funny, some weird, and some we would much rather keep our distance from.
Gary Church: Lordy, Lordy, how will we ever top 40?
We just finished up a day of celebrating our 40th wedding anniversary. Each year I try to cut back on prizes and festivities, but my wife was expecting some kind of gala events, because it was our 40th. I didn't disappoint her.
Tim Kolodziej: Noll’s words of wisdom leave Super legacy
When Sports Illustrated asked Steelers coach Chuck Noll how he would like to be remembered, he answered, simply: “Most of all a teacher. Put down that I was a teacher.”
The Couch Potato: ‘Game of Thrones’ is a medieval marvel
If there is one thing that’s true about the old Couch Potato, it's that I always keep my word. Except for when I don't.
Gary Church: Want a window into my world? It’s shear madness
It's not big news that men and women think differently. While doing some research on how plants affect people, I can explain to you why.
Lisa Madras: Choose pain from your hurts over the pain of regret
In your lifetime, what have you done that hurt someone else? I just came back from my twice-yearly dental appointment. My dental hygienist and I have great conversations that we try to squeeze into these short appointments.
Josh Drespling: Another holiday? I need a vacation!
Happy Father's Day to all the proud and deserving dads around the country. My hat is off to you and all that you do to support and maintain your families. It's your special day, so sit back, relax, and soak it all in.
Gary Church: Oh, fudge! You want ME to grill the burgers?
My nephew Dan called me on a Thursday and asked if we could have a family reunion on Sunday. His whole family was in town for a funeral, and they may never be back together in this area again.
Tim Kolodziej: Thanks to social media, 'weird' is becoming the new normal
With a brief, hand-written message, rapper Lecrae broke the ice to announce a new album called “Anomaly.” Little did he know it would inspire thousands of others to warm up to the notion that it’s OK to not be OK. At least in the world's eyes.
The Couch Potato: Who needs the Internet anyway?
Well, if you happened to read last week’s blog, it ended pretty abruptly with Spuds McGillicutty insinuating that I was actually a potato. I want you all to know that Spuds will be hearing from my attorney on that one.
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