Rest In Peace: The Great John Nash

• • • As Mark Twain once said, "‘The report of my death was an exaggeration." But, I must say, it was a bit of an odd and eery moment when the breaking news flashed across my cell phone, telling me John Nash was killed in a car accident in New Jersey. After all, being a John …

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Toasting Mary: Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due

Mary Albl is the future of our chosen profession and I sure hope the journalism industry lasts long enough so people can read her words and appreciate her ability, not to mention everything else she brings to the world of covering local high school sports and beyond. And the reason I post this today is simple. This …

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Good Bye Dave, Good Bye Another Lost Piece Of My Youth

Twenty-three years ago today, Johnny Carson signed off from The Tonight Show for the final time. It was 1992 and he bid us all "a very heartfelt good night" and just like that he was gone. I was 26 years old when Johnny said good-bye and I knew I was witnessing history, but I also …

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