Larry David-ism

When “Seinfeld” came out in the early ’90s, it re-wrote the rules on how viewers react to characters. Having rewatched the series with a fresh pair of eyes last year, I saw just how revolutionary this show was. Sure, it had hilarious jokes that people in offices and workplaces all over still quote. But it…
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Arcade

Growing up, there was a place kids could go to waste money on mind-numbing entertainment. The arcade was a great place for lazy little fat kids like myself to unload our allowance for the week on video games at a place that was not our home. Those were the days. We had Nintendo, the 8-Bit…
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Neil Young’s Rambling Memories

I just finished Neil Young’s autobiography/memoir collection, “Waging Heavy Peace.” Like everything the rock legend has produced, even his book is a hit-and-miss affair. As a big fan of Young’s music, I went into this book with a lot of knowledge of his career. This book has many references a lot of casual fans will…
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Farewell, Worthington

Well, it has been a good run. For more than two years I have been the night editor at the Daily Globe, designing the news section pages, reporting occasionally, doing some photography — basically just about a little bit of everything for a journalist. The experience was incredible. But times change, and I will be…
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Streaming Music

The streaming music app, Spotify, changed my world last year. Instead of blindly buying albums on Amazon or buying music when I make my occasional trips up the St. Cloud, I can now preview an album (legally) before I buy it. For 10 years I worked in record stores. I was on the in with…
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