An Iowa precinct chairman shares his thoughts on the 2020 caucus and his state’s role in nominating presidential candidates.
The word is it was a cold night with a biting wind that brought the real world temperature to around 20 below. The sky was overcast on that Sunday evening in Cedar Falls, Iowa and there was a chance of snow. It was a fairly common winter evening for this college town of about 50,000 … Continue reading Iowa Jam: The Grateful Dead at the UNI-Dome 2/5/1978
I found some socks in my drawer that I didn’t recognize. With clear mind, I knew that they weren’t mine. I also determined that they weren’t my wife’s that happened to find their way into my sock drawer. They looked familiar, but they weren’t her style. What would she need in a pair of argyle … Continue reading Losing Touch With My Mind: Socks, Spacemen 3 and Iowa’s No Fault Divorce Law
Where were you when you found out that John Lennon was dead?
You’re old. Why are you into a band that’s not targeted to your demographic?
The 74-year-old legend plays the hits for blue-haired slot junkies.
July 25 marked the 30th anniversary of the largest selling hard rock album in history.
They may be old, but they’ve still got it. AC/DC, we salute you.
An intimate show in a small, private college basement in Iowa.
Hag turned 72 this spring, but he’s still sharp enough to kick your ass, which he proved in a venue where even squares can have a ball.