Editor’s Notebook: 3/29/12


Jeff Genung
• This week has gotten away from me incredibly fast. Time flies when you’re having …
• Check out today’s Sports section for Pat Newell’s annual season-end review of the top Chenango high school basketball players – this week, it’s the girls’ turn. Can’t say I’ve ever been to a girls’ basketball game in my entire life, but hey, that’s what I pay Pat the big bucks for. All kidding aside, congratulations to this fine group of young female athletes.
• Speaking of young females … or old, for that matter … oh heck, just about everyone can get married these days, why be exclusive? Today’s the day we also roll out our 2012 Wedding Planner. It’s full of all the latest … who am I kidding? We bought the content, considering none of us on the ES staff are particularly knowledgeable in the art of matrimony … well, in planning a big expansive wedding in 2012, anyway. Both Melissa and Shawn are happily married (not to each other), so I’m sure they must be experts at some aspect of it by now.
• Spent a good portion of my night Wednesday sitting through Norwich High School’s dress rehearsal for this weekend’s production of “Aida.” I’ve got both a story interviewing the cast and a review of the show in Friday’s edition. Without giving too much away, I will say that I quoted senior Mallory Norton as saying that this show “will give Phantom a run for its money” – and she’s right.

• This week has gotten away from me incredibly fast. Time flies when you’re having …

• Check out today’s Sports section for Pat Newell’s annual season-end review of the top Chenango high school basketball players – this week, it’s the girls’ turn. Can’t say I’ve ever been to a girls’ basketball game in my entire life, but hey, that’s what I pay Pat the big bucks for. All kidding aside, congratulations to this fine group of young female athletes.

• Speaking of young females … or old, for that matter … oh heck, just about everyone can get married these days, why be exclusive? Today’s the day we also roll out our 2012 Wedding Planner. It’s full of all the latest … who am I kidding? We bought the content, considering none of us on the ES staff are particularly knowledgeable in the art of matrimony … well, in planning a big expansive wedding in 2012, anyway. Both Melissa and Shawn are happily married (not to each other), so I’m sure they must be experts at some aspect of it by now.

• Spent a good portion of my night Wednesday sitting through Norwich High School’s dress rehearsal for this weekend’s production of “Aida.” I’ve got both a story interviewing the cast and a review of the show in Friday’s edition. Without giving too much away, I will say that I quoted senior Mallory Norton as saying that this show “will give Phantom a run for its money” – and she’s right.