As New Year’s Day approaches, the truly significant day for most people, New Year’s Eve, is once again treated as just another work day. But in truth, it’s a day that needs to be recognized for what it truly should be: A day off. If Black Friday is the most insane shopping day of the [...]
On Christmas Eve, myself and WDAY Radio Production Director Steve Tschida did the 10:00 hour of my radio program as if it was 1949. We didn’t try to sound like 60 years ago as much as we structured the hour in a manner that gave you a sense of what an hour of radio on [...]
This week’s column in the Forum of Fargo-Moorhead and on INFORUM.com: Santa’s letter to the F-M area. Yes indeed, it wasn’t easy but through a variety of connections, shady compromises and promises for “favors” in 2010, I got a hold of it. And as any media person worth his weight in Christmas spritz cookies should [...]
This week in the Forum and on INFORUM.com, I’m discussing a theory I’ve had for some time now: When I move to a new city, the snow seems to go elsewhere. Some view that as a good thing but kids do not. I’ve seen signs up in neighborhoods: No sledding this year – blame Christopher [...]
This week in the Forum and at INFORUM.com, I share the story of the gamesmanship that goes on in those winter recreation bubbles. When you’re working out there, t’s not just a light jog or walk; it’s the Olympics. Today, I’d like you to meet… Miss Purdy. Out of My Way, Miss Purdy, This is [...]
Congratulations to the Alabama Crimson Tide. They marched east to the Georgia Dome in Atlanta and disposed of Tim Tebow and the Florida Gators in the SEC championship game with a suffocating defense and an offense led by Greg McElroy, playing the role of Tim Tebow on this particular night. With the win, the Tide now rolls west [...]
The importance of beautiful landscaping around an office complex can never be overstated. At our Wisconsin office, we’ve hired the best crew our budget would allow. And… they’re good for the environment. I’m so proud to show off… The Groundskeepers.
A radio program is only as good as the entire staff that puts it all together. My producer, Erik Matson, is as good as there is in radio. To help Erik, albeit from a distance, is what I like to call the extended staff. But not only do they contribute to the program that airs every [...]
In every office complex, the need for a good restaurant close by is always a good thing. At the CG Program Wisconsin office, although we call it a lunch room… it’s a restaurant. And the menu is diverse and innovative. Here’s our head chef, or as she prefers being called – The Head Cook.