I have removed the previously posted link to my mailbag because it was to last week's column. I have spent so much time thinking ahead to Friday, I forgot that today is Wednesday, not Thursday.
My latest digital-TV examination, which appeared in today's Beacon Journal, is linked in a post I made last night.
"90210," the updating of the vintage series, brings its first season to DVD on Aug. 11. Says a press release: In addition to all 23 dramatic episodes, 90210: THE FIRST SEASON DVD set offers loads of cast-hosted special features, including "Codes of Behavior," a guide on how to survive at West Beverly hosted by Lowndes; "A Day in the Life of Ryan Eggold," featuring the actor who plays teacher Ryan Matthews; set tours of West Beverly High led by Steger and Milligan and of the Mansion and Peach Pit led by Wilds; featurettes on 90210's music and fashion; featurette "The Revival Of A Classic: Making 90210" explaining the origin of the new series; and cast commentaries on selected episodes.
My morning drive music today was Laura Lee, a soul singer whose classic tracks include an epic "Since I Fell For You," "Women's Love Rights" and "Crumbs Off the Table." Here's "Since I Fell":