I have to remember to make minor adjustments to my tour when I have third graders.
April 25 and still no leaves on the trees?
Star Trek isn’t about darkness. It’s about a better future.
Oblivion is a good example of a fun sci-fi adventure movie that falls a little short.
It’s Explosion Week here in America. If you’re keeping score, that’s one terrorist attack in Massachusetts and one industrial accident in Texas.
In the last couple of years I’ve been getting more reference calls about people with whom I’ve worked.
I am officially sick of Phil Hughes.
I saw that weird triple play the Yankees turned yesterday, but I attribute it more to bad Orioles base running than smooth Yankees fielding.
By sheer happenstance and by wishing for it on a busy morning at Hamburg Inn No. 2, we were seated at the table Ronald Reagan sat at in 1992.
So I’m still waiting for SimCity to released for Mac, which will happen on June 11.
Ah, Rutgers. I fondly remember professors throwing basketballs at my head and calling me a fairy until I finally got my degree. At least those guys got results!
University of Iowa lost the final game of the National Invitation Tournament, so The Daily Iowan showed a picture of a bunch of sad basketball players on its front page today.
A saw a ridiculous bumper sticker today.
This lot is the site of a controversial rezoning proposal for a 20-story multi-use building; it will easily be the tallest building in town.
A shelf of recommended mysteries displayed at the library.