Return with us now to those fabulous days of yesteryear, back to a time when America was not going to let a little thing like World War II get in the way of everyday life on the home front. The 1940s were a time when the American public got the majority of its news and entertainment from out of the air by way of the family radio. It might be a bit tough to imagine in our current cell-phone-fax-machine-high-speed- modem-Internet-zillion-channel-satellite- system-always-wired world that once upon a time, people would just sit and listen to the radio, where the family would gather to hear all the reports from Europe and the South Pacific from Lowell Thomas or Edward R. Murrow. Just as important, it was radio that lightened the mood with comedy, drama and... More >>>