Fifty years ago, on July 20, 1969, I got to stay up late to see Neil Armstrong take his big step into history. He was on the surface of the moon; I was at the cottage on the shore of Lake Huron on the Bruce peninsula — where I am now as I write this.
Many moons have passed since man first landed on the moon. For one thing, they called it “Man on the moon” back then; just like how Expo ’67 was all about “Man and his World.” Both terms seem hopelessly dated. Shouldn’t she have put a woman on the moon by now? It has been 50
Buzz Aldrin hands out Mars bars, right? Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS You may have noticed that CTV has somewhat morphed into The Big Bang Theory Network. The CBS comedy is stripped nightly on CTV at 7:30, is by far Canada’s most watched show Thursday at 8 and often gets plugged into the schedule as an all