Monthly Archives: March 2010

Actor Robert Culp Dead

From the Washington Post’s Post Mortem blog: Actor Robert Culp Dead From the article: “Actor Robert Culp, 79, best known for his work in television’s ‘I Spy’ in the 1960s and more recently in ‘Everybody Loves Raymond,’ died this morning … Continue reading

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Cincinnati Nostalgia Convention Flyer Redux

The Cincy Convention has moved hotels, so we have a new informational flier. Download, print, and register.  Cincinnati Convention Flier Version 2: Download

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Missing Digest Issue Recreated…

Digest issue goes missing. Film at 11:00pm. Continue reading

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‘Davy Crockett’ Star Fess Parker Dies at 85

Fess Parker, the actor best known for playing the American folk hero Davy Crockett, has died at the age of 85, The Los Angeles Times reported. Continue reading

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The BBC, and all networks, are misguided

The BBC aired a news program I wanted to see, but denied me access. So I got around it. Continue reading

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Podcast: Arthur Anderson St. Pat’s Interviews

Today we’re making something of a departure from the usual Old-Time Radio podcast; these recordings were made earlier today, March 17, 2010 from various radio stations around the country. They all feature interviews with my friend Arthur Anderson, best-known as the original Lucky Charms Leprechaun. Continue reading

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Peter Graves, ‘Mission – Impossible’ Star, Dies at 83

From The New York Times: Peter Graves, ‘Mission – Impossible’ Star, Dies at 83 “Good luck, Jim.”

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Panic in Georgia After a Mock News Broadcast

An independent television station in the republic of Georgia panicked the populous by running a satirical “mocumentary” depicting a Russian invasion, drawing comparisons to Orson Welles’ “War of the Worlds” broadcast. Continue reading

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My New Shirt Playes My Theme Song!

Ok for those of you not nerdy enough to be in love with the CBS television program The Big Bang Theory, last week’s episode dealt with Stan Lee signing autographs, and Roj wearing the coolest shirt I have ever seen. I just had to have one, so… Continue reading

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