Back in the late ’90s, when I was in college, I spent a particularly crazy evening bar hopping with friends. It was one of those nights that is an absolute blur — we did shots, we stumbled our way through a few dance floors and insulted random strangers simply to make each other laugh. And when it got late enough that most of the bars were closed for the evening, we stopped in at the one place in Absecon that was still open — The Musket Tavern.
LONDON (AP) — Versatile British actor Paul Ritter, whose roles ranged from a hapless suburban patriarch in sitcom “Friday Night Dinner” to a Soviet engineer who helps cause a nuclear disaster in “Chernobyl,” has died, his agent said Tuesday. He was 54 and had been suffering from a brain tumor.