1. Catch YAIAA boys’ basketball live on GameTimePA.com at 7:30 tonight, when Dover visits Northeastern in a match-up of Division II co-leaders. Both the Eagles and Bobcats come into the game with identical 6-5 records in league play and 13-5 marks overall. (BTW, I’m rooting for Northeastern because, well, I have to. I’m an alumnus.)
2. Hey, did you know the Super Bowl was Sunday? No. Really. It is. And you’re invited to share your thoughts about the commercials and the half-time show at FlipSide on Facebook. Also, read about Super Bowl Sunday specials here.
3. Yorktownsquare’s Jim McClure explains what the heck a deltiologist is. (Well, do you know?)
4. I haven’t seen milk in glass bottles in like forever, so I couldn’t wait to read about Andrea Albert’s visit to Yoder’s County Market in New Holland. She went with some friends and bought chocolate milk in a glass bottle. Andrea says the milk arrives fresh from the Yoder’s farm to the store where it is processed or slow-churned into ice cream. Read about her trip on Eater’s Digest.
5. In this week’s episode of GameTimePA TV John Clayton and Steve Navaroli recap the Eastern York boys’ basketball team’s grueling January schedule and other YAIAA topics.
6. Whether it’s the heat or the cold, rain or sun, it’s always something. Up north, they play in he cold and snow, while we huddle in front of the TV. Photographer Bil Bowden captures snowy days in this post on his Bil’s-eye View blog.
7. On this post on the Revs’ Inside Pitch blog, York Revolution beat writer Jim Seip talks with Frederick, Md., mayor Randy McClement as officials in his city consider the possibility of switching their minor league baseball team from the MLB-affiliated Carolina League to the independent Atlantic League which includes the Revs.
8. I love Shel Silverstein, so I loved Gabe Ryan’s post on the Teen Takeover blog that paid homage to the great writer.
9. Community historian Scott Mingus has all the info on the Civil War re-enactment at Fort Mott, N.J., and Delaware City, Del., on April 15-17 to recreate the 150th anniversary of the firing on Fort Sumter on his Cannonball blog.
10. Have you heard about the Google Art Project? Check out museums from around the world, discover and view hundreds of artworks and create your own artwork collection, saving views of any piece. Looks awesome!