Some people just outlive their hairstyle.
I was never any good at football. I played because my dad had been a football star in high school. All-District and All-State, he was even offered a college scholarship.
I never expected to do most of the things I’ve done in my life. Radio announcer, public relations, health care, law enforcement, and working for charities.
The fact state Rep. Dennis Bonnen is far from the only state lawmaker with disdain for local control and the weakness in U.S. Sen. John Cornyn's latest measure to reduce carnage from gun violence were among the issues being discussed this week by Texas editors.
During my 20-plus years of working in the radio business, I met and interviewed many celebrities. Virtually all of them were promoting something (a new movie, record, book, or something else they were trying to sell), which is why they were spending time with me.
There is a bond between a grandfather and his grandchildren that is like no other. He would trade all that he has for that one, single feeling his grandchildren bring to him each time that they talk, smile, walk into a room or proudly tell him they’ve caught more fish than he has.
There’s still a debate over whether we spelled it “TRAX,” or “TRAXX.” What’s not in doubt is that it was a high school rock band that five friends from the Texarkana area played in during the late 1970s.
I was watching an episode of Star Trek. Captain Kirk went to a wall, pushed a button and asked the computer to look up all of the information in the data banks on the earth colony of Tarsus IV.
After a wreck sent my first car, a 1966 Mustang, to the junkyard, my dad found me a replacement. It was and still is the coolest car I’ve ever owned. It was a 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme.
In 1964, although there was scant chance Americans would choose to have a third president in 14 months, Lyndon Johnson took no chances.