He recounts a tale of how Dylan rekindled his creativity.
Archives for July 2012
This black and white 1950s science film is beautiful.
Plus watch a sales pitch aimed at the young suburbanites of the 1950s that Kerri stumbled across.
“He thought that getting a test answer from another student in advance was no different than studying with a partner.”
The U.S. House took up a Senate-passed bill this week that would limit Bush-era tax cuts to the first $250,000 of income.
It’s vs.its. Which vs. that. Who can tell us how to use lie and lay correctly?
How well do you know Zora Neale Hurston, Zane Grey, and other writers on the Library of Congress “88 Books that Changed America” list?
Stop hunching over!
Includes links to the sites and articles, including Bill McKibben’s, that were mentioned on the show today.
“This bit about Minneapolis as somehow a lot worse off than other airports just simply isn’t true,” said Mike Boyd.