We’ll always have Punxsutawney | Chuck's World
Last updated 2/1/2017 at Noon
I mentioned Groundhog Day last week, and sort of jumped the gun. I’m blaming my upper respiratory infection. Half of my brain feels stuffy, and the other half has, in all honesty, never worked all that well.
I was speaking of the movie, not the day itself, although it’s this week, Feb. 2. The 1993 film “Groundhog Day” was initially written as a comic fantasy with dark overtones, a star vehicle for Bill Murray, who plays a sarcastic and generally antisocial Pittsburgh weatherman who finds himself snowed in while visiting the town of Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, home of Phil the shado...