With the 24th Winter Olympic Games in our rearview mirror, with the smallest overall TV ratings in history, according to reports, I can’t help but take a quick peek in the crystal ball at the 2026 Games in Milano Cortina, Italy, particularly regarding women’s figure skating.
First, a word of thanks for all the feedback on last week’s column. I had no idea there were so many fellow “Reacher” fans in our area, and I appreciated all the emails.
Well the day finally came on Tuesday. Tom Brady, at age 44, announced his retirement from the NFL after 22 seasons that included a record seven Super Bowl titles, in his record 10 appearances, and records for passing yards, completions, touchdown passes and games started, in addition to the most Pro Bowl selections, career quarterback wins, quarterback regular season wins, quarterback playoff wins and Super Bowl MVP awards (5).
Where would we be without our smartphones these days? I found out last week and, frankly, it made me more than a little nervous.
The Prescott City Council will be holding Part II of its discussion on the Draft 2022 Updated Water Policy at its study session Tuesday, Jan. 25, and continuing its discussion on spending of American Rescue Plan Act funds.
My Sunday night TV viewing has recently begun to include The Best of the Ed Sullivan Show on MeTV, and it’s a really nice trip down Memory Lane to a much simpler time.
The other night, after spending an evening watching a few episodes of Family Feud, I decided to check out the new ABC show Judge Steve Harvey. Yes, I am a Steve Harvey fan, but the timing was strictly coincidental.
A reader recently wrote a glowing letter about attending Handel’s Messiah, presented by the Yavapai College Choral Union and Messiah Festival Orchestra at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center. I couldn’t agree more with his reaction.