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Top Posts & Pages
- John Lincoln Wright's "Takin' Old Route One" Now on CD!
- It's Opening Day—Time for "The Red Sox Song"!
- Another Excellent Joe Val Festival!
- "Beautiful Star of Bethlehem"
- "Beautiful Star of Bethlehem": The Composer's Grandson Writes
- Off 29Aug and 5Sep, but We Have a Surprise—Ol' Sinc!
- Tex Logan (1927–2015) — Part II
- Terry Eagan Presents His 18th Annual Healing Garden Music Fest
- Crescent Moon and Morning Star
Category Archives: Administrivia
UPDATE (19May17)—or maybe it’s a ‘Downdate’: We’re back from Wisconsin, but I’m down with a nasty cold (are there other kinds?) that seems to be devolving into bronchitis. So you’ll be treated to four full hours of pre-recorded HAH tomorrow. … Continue reading
The Metropolitan Opera broadcast season begins December 3rd. There are only four Saturdays (including the first one) with an earlier start (12:30 PM). So HAH will be mostly curtailed by only about 15 minutes for David Elliott‘s Prelude to the … Continue reading
Here’s the Harvard football schedule for 2016. I list the Pregame show airtimes because that’s when WHRB’s invaluable coverage begins, and, in just five cases this year, when Hillbilly at Harvard will end. We lose only half an hour on … Continue reading
We’re off to visit daughter Sarah and family, taking Amtrak Northeast Regional No. 93 Monday morning, and returning Tuesday the 15th on NER No. 174. This time I decided to try Business Class, for the alleged greater legroom between seats … Continue reading
Hillbilly at Harvard is making room for WHRB’s 75th Anniversary celebrations tomorrow. See HERE for details. Get out and hear some live music—as Ol’ Sinc used to say, “You owe it to yourself!” (see the Country Calendar page). Back on … Continue reading
Every fall Hillbilly at Harvard suffers some curtailment because of Harvard football. This year there are three night games (two on Fridays), and two mid-afternoon games (including The Game at Yale!) so only five shows will be affected: see below. … Continue reading
Dr Janie and I have to go down to Maryland to help clear everything out of my parents’ home, now that both my father and mother are gone. My mother survived only three months past her 101st birthday (see HERE … Continue reading
FYI, I took Amtrak Northeast Regional No. 93 to DC on Wednesday, in order to help with the melancholy task of inventorying the decades of stuff in my parents’ home. Won’t be back in time for the show Saturday, so … Continue reading
In January of last year, I wrote about traveling to Maryland to celebrate my mother’s 100th birthday, HERE. Unhappily, she died peacefully Monday night, not long after passing her 101st year. She had been declining for the past few months, … Continue reading