There was a time, not so long ago, when bright red rooftops dotted the American landscape.
Does your pet have a favorite toy? Something he or she carries around the house, plays fetch with, maybe uses as a pillow. It’s probably slobber soaked and smells something awful, but you’d never dream of trying to pry it from the paws of your furry friend.
I’m switching things up a little for this installment of Furry Tails! Instead of personal pet stories, I’m going to combine two of my favorite things – my love of animals with my love of Hollywood.
So, I’ll admit it! I’m not a cat person. Don’t get me wrong, I love cats. Got nothing against them. I’ve just never been the proud owner of one.
Most people remember my cat, not only because she’s quite rotten, but also because she has a stupid name.
My not so little ball of fur came into our lives about seven years ago. My wife and I were still living in New Jersey, when we found a small white cat on our porch. We took care of the cat briefly until its owners were located. That brief experience sparked a conversation about getting a cat of our own and we set out to find a furry companion.
Loss. Losing a loved one. Sometimes it’s nearly impossible to deal with. Drowning in grief and getting harder and harder to come up for air.
The soft glowing light of the alarm clock says 3:42 a.m. The low hum of the air conditioner kicking on is followed by the soft hiss of air beginning to come through the vent in the corner.
Max Parker joined us to talk about E3 and the latest gaming systems.
Relax, Penguins fans. The sky isn’t falling. You just make it seem that way sometimes.
Shoe company Skechers is under fire for a new shoe ad targeting tweens.
The Steelers visit the “Black Hole” this Sunday and playing Oakland recently has put the Steelers in a hole. Considering how bad they have been over the last decade and a half, the Raiders have had more than their share of success against the Steelers.
John Shick’s parents were on a boat when he went on a shooting spree at Western psych- and they blog about finding out about their infamous son’s deeds/
Father’s Day may be all about dad (and we know how important they are); but KDKA’s John Shumway recently got a taste of what moms go through every day as he faced what he called “a working dad’s dilemma!”
After spending ten years in the KDKA-TV weather department, seven as evening anchor, a decade ago, I am still constantly reminded how personally I took the job. People often joke with me to this day about having a career where you could be “wrong” so often and still have a job! I always have the same response, “You’re right!” I smile and move on.