I'm catching up on my cache of news stories this week.
I've been a lot of places, but not in the last year or so.
We have candidates declared for the 2016 election.
The boys are on their school vacation this week, so we've been planning activities for them.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo seems to be doing a pretty solid job. So why are his polls numbers down? And is really that important to be GOOD at your job as well as popular?
A report came out talking about how New Yorkers have the worst commutes, nationally, spending more time away from home than any other metropolitan city.
Our culture is predominantly youth-oriented.
Some stories from the newspapers caught my eye, including one about a man named Ferrari and what the cops did with his Ferrari.
Leonard Nimoy passed away last week.
Alex Rodriguez is the big spring training story in baseball.