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Longtime SNL announcer Don Pardo dies at 96

Over the years, you’ve heard dozens of people say, “Live from New York, it’s Saturday Night!”

But for decades, only one person said the next line: “It’s Saturday Night Live!” 96 more words

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Family Matters

Last night I talked to my sister, Casey Stephenson, for over two hours on the phone. This was about one hour fifty-five minutes longer than I have ever talked to her in her life, and the last time I saw her, she was eight and now she’s twenty-eight, mother of two soon to be three. 1,771 more words

From The 10th Floor

Everyone Remembers Their First Time... Watching TV That Is

This weeks task was to interview someone about their first experience with the great almighty television. I chose to interview my uncle mainly because he was the oldest person within my immediate vicinity and also because I thought he might have some interesting stories to share. 787 more words

Television

A History of the Game - Part Five

By Jana Bohrer

Following a long dormant period, backgammon re-emerged in the mid-1960s, largely due to Prince Alexis Obolensky also known as “The Father of Modern Backgammon”. 156 more words

Backgammon

Wikipedia Blocks Page Edits From Congress

WASHINGTON (CBS DC) – House staffers may have a harder time updating their bosses Wikipedia pages after a series of rogue edits were brought to light, reports the  176 more words

Politics

Blinded by Hindsight: "Executive Action" (1973)

       “EXECUTIVE ACTION”    (1973)

       After the brief but colorful period of wishful societal breakdown known as the 1960’s (a period of self-aggrandizing radicalism shamelessly extended for the convenience of nostalgic longings for the heyday of hippies, communal… 500 more words

Movies

How to Choose a History Book

I make no secret about my love for my country and its history. If you hang around Reflections long enough, you’ll see me address topics like… 1,185 more words

America