Friday, September 25, 2015
Journeys Into Passing: Yogi

Passing: Yogi

Some wonderful tributes: Harvey Araton in The New York Times Radio Interview with Bobby Richardson and Suzyn Waldman about Yogi   ShareFollow

Posted by: Admin September 25, 20153:43 pm
Monday, September 21, 2015
Journeys Into Howie Morenz’s  100th Birthdate

Howie Morenz’s 100th Birthdate

  Thanks for the heads-up by Dave Stubbs. Howie Morenz was born on this day (September 21) 100 years ago. Morenz was considered one of the first stars of the NHL and of the Montreal Canadiens. He played 14 seasons in the league, was a member of a Stanley Cup winning  team three times, all with Read Article

Posted by: Admin September 21, 20152:17 pm
Monday, September 21, 2015
Journeys Into A Milestone Maple Leaf Birthday (and some Canadien B-Days as well)

A Milestone Maple Leaf Birthday (and some Canadien B-Days as well)

(First Published on September 18 at ericlmodel.com – Journeysinto.com was done at the time for “technical difficulties”) I know we are all getting older, but this fact somehow keeps surprising me. I know we are all getting older, but this fact somehow keeps surprising me. Today I was reminded when I became startled to learn Read Article

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Monday, September 21, 2015
Journeys Into Passing: Jack Larson – TV Superman’s Jimmy Olsen

Passing: Jack Larson – TV Superman’s Jimmy Olsen

Jack Larson was a playwright and librettist who died on September 20 at his home at Brentwood, California at age 87. To most of us, though, he was known as the actor who played the cub reporter Jimmy Olsen in the television series “Adventures of Superman. The New York Times reports that In 1951, Larson was offered Read Article

Posted by: Admin 1:03 pm
Thursday, September 17, 2015
Journeys Into Passing: Milo Hamilton, Hall of Fame Baseball Broadcaster

Passing: Milo Hamilton, Hall of Fame Baseball Broadcaster

  Hall of Fame broadcaster Milo Hamilton has died at age 88. He broadcasted in Major League Baseball for 60 years. Hamilton suffered a heart attack back in 2007, but underwent a successful angioplasty at the time and was able to continue his broadcasting full-time with the Astros through 2012. Hamilton also worked for the Read Article

Posted by: Admin September 17, 20158:53 pm
Thursday, September 17, 2015
Journeys Into Constitution Day

Constitution Day

Today, September 17, is Constitutition Day in the United States. It is a relatively new holiday. It is not known like September 11, nor is it an observance with connected with contraversy.  It is significant, though. Constitution Day (or Citizenship Day) is a day that recognizes the adoption of the U.S. Constitution and those who have become Read Article

Posted by: Admin 2:39 pm
Thursday, September 10, 2015
Journeys Into Passing: Richard Loney, Long-time Anthem Singer in Vancouver

Passing: Richard Loney, Long-time Anthem Singer in Vancouver

  The Vancouver Canucks on Wednesday confirmed the death of their former, long-time national anthems singer Richard Loney. Loney started singing the pre-game anthems during the first Canucks NHL season in 1970-71 and continued in that role for over 40 years, the team said. More from the Vancouver Sun  ShareFollow

Posted by: Admin September 10, 20151:36 am
Monday, September 7, 2015
Journeys Into End of Summer Tradition: A Stroll Across the Bridge connecting the Upper and Lower Peninisulas

End of Summer Tradition: A Stroll Across the Bridge connecting the Upper and Lower Peninisulas

Labor Day means different things to different folks. To some it is a last day at the beach or lake. To some it is tennis at the U.S. Open. I will always associate the day with Jerry Lewis and the Muscular Distrophe Telethon, though both are no longer on the air. On Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, Read Article

Posted by: Admin September 7, 201512:57 am
Sunday, September 6, 2015
Journeys Into A Labor Day Tradition in Nome….Racing Bathtubs

A Labor Day Tradition in Nome….Racing Bathtubs

It’s Labor Day, and in Nome, Alaska that means bathtubs – racing bathtubs, that is. The race is an annual event in the Bering seaside city which is located just below the Arctic Circle and 100-odd miles from Russia. It is said to be the first place ever to stage a bathtub race. The event Read Article

Posted by: Admin September 6, 201511:25 pm