Just like the song, he's gone down in history. But that's not why the reindeer with his nose so bright was created.
UNION – Rick Goldschmidt isn’t one for mincing words. He became the historian and archivist for Rankin/Bass Productions Inc. out of appreciation for the integrity and skill the New York production company exemplified when creating iconic holiday specials such as “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer,” “Frosty The Snowman,” “Little Drummer Boy” and “The Year Without a Santa Claus.”
NEW YORK – Inspired by that colorful homemade gingerbread on Instagram or the hand-painted coasters on Pinterest, but worried about your skills?
RUDOLPH, Wis. – Thousands of Christmas cards are pouring into a small Wisconsin village that shares its name with the most famous reindeer.
NEW YORK – A snaggletooth 8-year-old. A middle schooler with a punk rocker bob cut and big earrings. Tween siblings with a penchant for playing.
For many people, the rules for posting personal news on Facebook, Pinterest and other social media are clear: Put a Good Face on Everything.
WOODSTOCK – Children may dream about their wedding day – the dress, the flowers, the ring – a fairytale event. Then as life twists and turns, those wishes can seem more unobtainable.
For generations, the choice was simple:
Sometimes a day doesn’t turn out the way you hoped it would.
I guess I’m kind of old fashioned. I like to take the time to unfold my newspaper and actually read it – not online, but the actual crinkly, good-smelling paper. I did so this morning, and it hit me that if we didn’t have a drug problem, an alcohol problem or an associated crime problem, the newspaper might be filled with Jell-O mold recipes and the weekly menu at the assisted living facility.