Tag Archives: Bob Dylan

In the Confederacy’s charming cradle

Editor’s note – What day is it? Wednesday, April 10. ┬áIt think. I’m getting a little confused. We’re stuck in St. Augustine with the automotive blues again. We slept last night at Rick’s Muffler Shop, safe in the Fat Man’s … Continue reading

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This land is your land, no matter what they say

By now you’ve probably seen something about Woody Guthrie’s centennial. Words have been wrung out by the ton in his honor. So I’ll try to keep this brief. I’m no Woody Guthrie scholar, and I have no paeans to add … Continue reading

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Positively Howard Street: July 2002

Editor’s note: Ten years ago today, July 10, 2002, I awoke at a rest area near Duluth, Minn. The previous night, I’d sat in a bar in Hibbing, Bob Dylan’s hometown, watching the All-Star Game that never ended. Now it’s … Continue reading

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