Author: Mike Schilling
Since The Beatles “White Album” came out, people have been saying a single-album version would be a masterpiece. Let’s do that…
A piece that’s beloved, and for good reason. Today, we’ll discuss an even better-known Haydn Symphony, the Surprise.
“Desktop covid dividers and a refrigerator was “to be recycled.” But the five books deemed inappropriate were “to be destroyed.”
Excerpt from the Texas GOP Platform.
RNC calls trying to subvert the election process “legitimate political discourse”.
If you saw the HBO show about Chernobyl, a common reaction among viewers was that such a thing could never happen in the US…
This week, we examine another work that sounds even more like late Mozart. “Sounds like late Mozart” is high praise. For anyone.
Sometimes it’s nice hearing something comfortable! Schubert’s 5th Symphony breaks no new ground. It is Mozart in drag. But works for me.
Ladies and gentlemen, your Republican Party.
The deep thoughts of Thomas Webster, a Capitol rioter who attacked a police officer with a metal pole and attempted to gouge his eyes
After first hearing this thoroughly lovely piece, I was surprised to learn that it was written by Charles Avison, an English composer I’d never heard of.
Carl Reiner was one of the funniest men in show business for almost 70 years, which hardly seems possible.
Since baseball in present time is on hold for the duration, let’s resume our travels through its past. We began post-WWII and proceeded through the Nationals’ first championship in 2019
We haven’t done one of these for a long time, but here goes: This week’s prompt is “A song from your preteen years”.
Sha la la la la la la la la la la te da