Tony Packo’s Restaurant in Trouble

Tony Packo’s, the famous Toledo, Ohio restaurant beloved by Corporal Klinger and and in real life by actor Jamie Farr, is in severe financial trouble stemming from a long-standing feud between family members. According to the Associated Press, the son and grandson of Tony Packo are battling in court for ownership of the restaurant, a … Continue Reading →

Catching Up on the News

The world didn’t grind to a halt while I was on hiatus. Here, in no particular order, are some newsworthy M*A*S*H-related goings-on from the past five months: M*A*S*H America’s Third Favorite TV Show of All Time According to a March survey conducted by Harris Interactive, adults in the United States ranked M*A*S*H their third favorite … Continue Reading →

Read M*A*S*H Articles from People Magazine Online makes almost 50,000 stories dating back to its 1974 debut available in its online archive. You can even download some issues in their entirety. M*A*S*H cast members or the show itself have graced the cover of People several times over the past 36 years. The earliest cover I am aware of is the March … Continue Reading →

M*A*S*H Cast Members Official Websites

I can’t remember now what got me started thinking about official websites but yesterday evening I spent a few minutes searching the Internet for official websites for members of the M*A*S*H cast. Alan Alda has a website that focuses on his two autobiographies, with excerpts, essays, reviews and a photo gallery. Jamie Farr also has … Continue Reading →

Jamie Farr at the 1980 Miracle on Ice

The hockey game between the United States and the Soviet Union played on February 22nd, 1980 in Lake Placid, NY as part of the 1980 Winter Olympics is considered one of the most incredible sports stories of all time. The underdog U.S. team beat the Soviets and went on beat Finland to win gold. ESPN … Continue Reading →