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The Couch Potato: Commercials for big game not so 'Super' anymore
As has been mentioned in this space before, the Couch Potato is not a big fan of today’s highly rated, and therefore, most popular situation comedies.
Gary Church: Now here’s a cool idea for a newspaper carrier
I have been a subscriber to the New Castle News since birth. Back in the good old days, a neighborhood kid would deliver the paper right to the door. Over the course of time, that has changed.
Josh Drespling: New 'companion' highlights family's Christmas presence
The dust has finally settled. The mountains of wrapping paper have been removed and the decorations have all been put away in their proper places. The last, lingering cookies have been disposed of and leftovers are long since forgotten. The whirlwind of yet another wonderful and joyous Christmas season has come and gone.
Gary Church: Chocolate and gravy? In the same sentence? Swwwweeet!
I have had a blast connecting with my long lost relatives in Kentucky. That is the area where my mother was born, and learned to cook. There were two very important foods she taught me to enjoy — fried chicken and homemade gravy.
Tim Kolodziej: When life interrupts, let’s make the moment count
The older I get, the more I realize that life comes at us not in waves, or even big splashes, but in moments. And I really struggle to enjoy them.
The Couch Potato: It doesn't take a detective to find a good cop show
The entertainment awards season has dawned. It’s the time of year to watch a myriad of organizations bestow accolades upon those people who take part in the noblest of all professions — act like somebody else.
Gary Church: My memory for names? It appears to be old news
I can't help but notice that I am the eldest of The News bloggers. They keep you informed about all their exciting activities, while I like to keep you up-to-date on getting old.
Josh Drespling: I’m gaining a new appreciation for losing inches
I received the distinct pleasure of doing something fabulous this week. It was something I had not expected to be able to do, at least not at this juncture. It is something I have longed to do for quite some time. Something I had daydreamed about and lay awake at night wishing for.
Gary Church: Memories of an old Kentucky home? No use crying over spilled milk
My mother was born in the teeny, tiny town of Willard, Ky. That was one of the exciting places I visited when Mom would take me on vacation. It was there that the Yates family tried to teach me how to milk a cow.
Tim Kolodziej: Are you a plodder? You’re on your way to success
What’s the old Woody Allen line? The actor and director is credited with saying, “80 percent of success is just showing up.” So true.
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