On his Slice blog, Paul Turner posts a reminder of "Seinfeld" episodes of years gone by, including the one in which the Costanzas introduce us to the "Festivus" holiday. (Photo: www.t-shirtguru.com)
Featured Post: A few years back, there was an S-R editor who passed out commemorative mugs on the day after Thanksgiving. He did this several years in a row. Printed on the outside of these mugs were brief references to big stories the paper had covered in the previous year. Fine, right? Well, there was one problem. Because a lot of what the paper covers could be characterized as bad news, many of these big-story labels were not what many would consider festive. So when you studied the outside of your holidays mug and saw references to child abuse or whatever, it didn't exactly put you in the mood for hot chocolate and marshmallows/Paul Turner, The Slice blog.
- SportsLink: Day after Davidson/Jim Meehan
- End Notes: What 5 words describe old people?/Rebecca Nappi
- Spin Control: Secede from the union? Get a grip/Jim Camden
- A Grip on Sports: How much time is enough/Vince Grippi, SportsLink
- Outdoors: How hunters wear out their welcome, Part 1/Rich Landers
- Spokane Valley: Saturday highlights, and: More money for Sullivan bridge/Nina Culver
- Treasure Hunt: Feathering my nest at Montana's Vintage Whites Market/Cheryl-Anne Millsap
- Home Planet: Exploring Round Top, Brenham & Washington County, Texas/Cheryl-Anne Millsap
Question: Which Festivus event do you find most appealing: airing of grievances, feats of strength, etc.? Why?