Tag Archives: Bob Dylan

Weathervanes … Which Way Is the Wind Blowing?

Lea Wait, here. Most people of “a certain age,” including me, immediately recognize Bob Dylan’s famous line from his Subterranean Homesick Blues (1965): “You don’t need a weatherman to tell which way the wind blows.” I think of that line often, especially … Continue reading

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Fifty Years … and Counting

Lea Wait, here. In a few months my high school class will be reuniting to celebrate the 50th anniversary of our graduation. Fifty years! I’ve been thinking a lot about that recently. Members of our class, the Glen Ridge, New … Continue reading

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Holiday Music from the Sublime to the Ridiculous

Hi, Kate Flora here. I was just in the kitchen stirring the oatmeal while my unusually energetic toaster tossed bread onto the counter, thinking about holiday music. First, because soon it will be time to start cooking for my annual holiday … Continue reading

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