Everyone wants to tell you their Spectrum horror story. Here’s his take.
There is one day in the entire year when they allow runners on the track at the Indy Speedway.
His monthly cable bill has grown to almost double what he used to pay for the mortgage on my first house on Benedict Avenue.
An aerial photo of Norwood Ave. in Norwalk on any July 4 would be a thing of beauty for sure.
Fortunately, a number of people still have not thrown out their VCRs.
Columnist continues with New Year’s resolution.
His story last week about the big construction project at Summit Motorsports Park was something a little different for him.
At a certain age, you do two things: Take the RMD from your retirement accounts each year and go to Florida at least once each winter.
Modern world history references do a much better — and more objective — job of explaining ancient cultures than did Jim Busek’s fat, gray World History textbook in 1962.
You see them in their cars, heads down, phones in their laps while they wait 15 seconds for the traffic light to change.
There are a number of things on this columnist’s mind today.
Unlike my adventure travels, this trip was all leisure.
Kaitlyn Farrington was in the middle of her 15 minutes of fame,” and “she agreed to spend one of those minutes with Reflector columnist.
Here are the ones at the top of columnist’s list.
The fatal fire in Norwalk created unimaginable loss and grief for the family. But it took a toll on everyone who was there to fight it.