Who wants to see Wait Wait on the big screen with me? May 2nd, 8PM, Union Square, $22, Dreams = Come True.
I love you all. (And I’m probs getting this tattooed on my bicep.)
I’m not saying that my Christmas List is only going to have one thing on it, but if it did, that one thing would be the Carl Kasell Bowling Shirt.
With Carl Kasell in it.
Great story about Morning Edition in the NY Times!
Though there’s nothing wrong with stockpiling your summer berry bounty in the freezer for an almost-fresh pie in the dead of winter, everyone knows that pies are best made with the freshest fruit you can find. So, apple pie is our quintessential fall treat, rhubarb welcomes the return of spring and a blueberry pie, while best with fresh berries, transports you to a hot day in mid-July even if you use frozen berries in January.
Hey everybody meet my future kid he is the coolest ever. (Ugh I wish seriously look at this kid.)
Jacki Judd, Bob Edwards and Carl Kasell. 1970-something.
Bob Edwards on PHC triggered very specific nostalgia for dark winter mornings, getting dressed in front of the fire with Morning Edition on the radio before heading off to elementary school. Miss U, boo!
Also can we talk about ’70s Carl Kasell? And I think my parents have that Morning Edition mug…
Peter Sagal & Carl Kasell, Beach Volleyball. That is all.
As Boomers age, the financial uncertainty of retirement keeps many buying just the basics, which can be bad news for grocery stores. ‘On some levels, Boomers are not becoming great customers because of where they are in life,’ Mushkin says. ‘Millennials, on the other hand, are good customers. They seem to want to pay more for attributes that they value.’