What looks simple isn’t always easy
Age and location have caught up to me.
In November I recently turned forty-cough-cough-cough and it also marked the 10-year anniversary of us moving to the flaming liberal, pinko, hippie college town of Ann Arbor, Michigan. That combination has resulted in me doing something I always vowed I wouldn’t do.
I listen to NPR.
We’re talking full-on, memorized schedule, two radio presets, NPR listener. But – and may Ira Glass strike me down if I’m lying – I still haven’t gotten so bad as to listen to “A Prairie Home Companion.”
Sorry, Garrison. Maybe in about 40 more years I’ll come to appreciate your brand of “entertainment.” Maybe.
Not too long ago, I tuned in to hear an interview with the great chef John Besh. For those of you unfamiliar with him, he’s a former Marine who owns several top restaurants in New Orleans and other…
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