Two radio shows, a column, some jazz vocals and God knows what else

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My Sunday column on why Republicans should get their act together.

One of two Don Pesci posts about that column.

Because I now serve two online masters, a WNPR post about jazz vocals.

Our show on the Sandy Hook report document dump. In it, you will hear Chief State’s Atty. Kevin Kane admit that, if the police had known all about Adam Lanza and his psychiatric issues and his mother’s arsenal, there’s probably nothing they could have done, in advance.

A show in which we puzzled over “Inside Llewyn Davis.”  I later heard, from Bill Curry (who really should have been a film critic) that the key to the movie is its title.  And that does indeed unlock many mysterious doors, including the film’s circular structure and the inexplicably deserted NYC-scapes.

And just for the hell of it, A nice Nat King Cole vocal.

 

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