If everything goes as expected, I plan to bore you with two days of memories this week and a couple more in the weeks ahead.
The first is a major hoot, and it requires a bit of a set up.
One of our fine staffers, Stacey, is working on a project I can't tell you a lot about at this time. She had the opportunity to go through the photo collection of a late advertising agency executive.
I was doing what I do best Saturday morning after our broadcast-- annoying other people. I asked Stacey if I could see the photographs. She replied that I could help by identifying some of the individuals.
The WYOU photographer in the blue jacket is the legendary John Shema, who's been with me at WNEP for the past ten years.
Barbara Barr is holding the WNEP microphone.
We're talking with Bill Fieseler of Fieseler Signs.
Another one of my current co-workers, Lindsay, didn't make me feel any better when she said she was five years old when these photos were taken.
You never know what you're going to find when you open a box of old photographs.