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We were laughing last night (we’ve laughed a lot in 33 years) about the first time we were up at the Skyline Club. It was almost exactly 30 years ago for a radio station Christmas party, which (obv) was pretty nice. We were laughing because the very next Christmas party the same station rented some […]
(Originally posted September 4, 2011.) I volunteered and donated to the Jerry Lewis Telethon before I ever appeared on TV in one of those wacky/embarrassing/sometimes-uncomfortable “local cut ins.” I popped up many times as Random Radio Guy, then as Random TV Guy the first several years I was on Indy morning television. Even by then […]
I’m in Alaska, covering the Iditarod Race with the Pet Pals TV crew. You won’t hear me on my partner radio stations and you won’t see any new weather videos on my partner web sites. But this site IS still updating weather, especially with Winter still in high gear. Use the links below. And of […]
The Westminster Kennel Club Finals are on TV tonight, and it was just a year ago Patty Spitler and I took some viewers to the big event and we did a special edition from Madison Square Garden and along Broadway. We figured if we could make it there we’d make it anywhere, so we’re off […]
Here’s a pic I originally posted two years ago today, via the “Timehop” App.
It’s not topical any more, but come on – the photo montage sells it, right? (Via timehop.com.)
Sophie The Cat & My Huge Radar, together again…for the first time. Just Press Play below. Post by Paul Poteet. INDYSTAR 7 Day Forecast Video:
A morning for unlikely ad-libs: On MNC, in response to a story of a man who had a woman hidden in luggage: “I once held up a cross country flight because of Gary Coleman in a valise..” And from the Smiley Show: “The leader of the (Police-dubbed Family Ties) drug ring was Alex P. Kilo.” […]
Ten AM? Ten AM! It was great. Happy New Year. A Winter Weather Advisory for central Indiana goes from 7pm tonight through 7pm Thursday. The forecast for 2-4 inches of snow remains, but it really doesn’t kick in for central Indiana until after sunset. In fact, you can get outside and walk/run this afternoon – […]