I had the chance to talk with former Cardinal's broadcaster, Jack Buck, former Cub's broadcaster, Harry Caray, and Brewer's broadcaster (and actor), Bob Uecker. I met all of them in a rather usual way.
When you are in the business as long as I have been, you get the opportunity to meet some really cool big-name people. Such is the case in 1989 when I got the chance to sit down and talk with Charles Osgood of CBS Television.
It's the most wonderful time of the year! At least, it is for fans of horror movies and horror TV shows. Even people that aren't huge fans of the genre seem to enjoy a good scary movie while passing out candy to trick-or-treaters on Halloween night.
I recently had the opportunity at a Quincy Exchange Club meeting to hear Quincy School Board member Jeff Mays and Todd Moore of Architechnics present their case for the passage of the November $89 million school referendum to build new facilities.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We sat down with Glori Traeder, nurse practitioner with the Plastic Surgery and Reconstructive Department at Quincy Medical Group, to get her insight on treatment and reconstruction options for patients.
YouTube is full of fun and quirky videos, and many of them were made right here in our area. We decided to randomly search YouTube for local town names, just to see what would come up. Here are a few videos we found.
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