It’s not exactly the Stanley Cup or NBA playoffs, the French Open or the World Cup. That doesn’t mean it hasn’t had its own share of excitement and surprises.
Classic Mornings Blog
From time to time, I catch myself listening to the Weekend Edition Sunday puzzle segment with puzzlemaster Will Shortz, the New York Times’ crossword puzzle editor.
Those walking by Studio D during Classic Mornings probably think I’m the only one in there.
Recently, I decided to pay a visit to a parrot I hadn’t seen in quite a while.
Some of you may wonder if, after a fund drive, those of us who have repeated the pledge telephone number hundreds of times over the course of several days accidentally give that number instead of our own telephone numbers and follow it up by saying: “That number again is......!”
April 1 was the day we had our first Classic Morning, four years ago (no fooling!). We’ve had more than a thousand of them since!
Spring officially arrives in March. So does Johann Sebastian Bach’s birthday – on March 21st. The 2 events nearly coincide, and sometimes it seems it was destined to be that way.
One of the traditional curiosities of radio listening is the appearance (and disappearance) of faraway stations.
You know how it is when you’re reading something and you begin to feel as though the author is playing mind games with you? You start to get confused and begin to re-examine all sorts of things you had thought to be true – or to consider some things you never had thought about before.
I’m excited – about a number of things. One of those is that I get to share a little bit of excitement about Classic Mornings with you via a blog for the first time. Sometimes there’s so much left over after each day’s program. Now I have another way of reaching you.