Leroy Pullins is all kinds of talent. It says so right there on the back cover.
Some kids are obsessed with heavy machinery: bulldozers, tractors, cranes, dump trucks–they just can’t get enough of them.
It wasn’t a house yet, just a bare skeleton waiting for someone to make it into one.
June 1977: American DJs are spinning Stevie Wonder’s “Sir Duke,” KC & the Sunshine Band’s “I’m Your Boogie Man,” and Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams.” Leo Sayer, Glen Campbell, and David “Hutch from Starsky […]
Can you imagine going to prison for something you didn’t do?
Clemmons brings me a computer. While I recuperate over the next few days I read about Judge William Helton, about me.
You can tell a bit about a person’s relationship to pop culture by their Jonathan Richman frame of reference.
I was thinking the other day about the death of the saxophone. When the rock era dawned, having a sax player on the front line was as commonplace as featuring a hotshot […]
A Short Story In Two Parts
Can you take a wild guess what this record is doing in my stacks?