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Normally, I celebrate my birthday by going out to dinner with a friend or two. This year I celebrated a little early with 15,000 strangers. My birthday is August 19th, but on Saturday the 17th Lancaster hosted a free musical tribute to the 50th anniversary of The Woodstock Festival, and I decided to treat it … Continue reading With a Little Help from My Friends
I’m currently working on a screenplay about our 15th President, James Buchanan. The setting shifts back and forth between the present and 1863. How do I get the audience to believe that they are going back and forth between the present and 1863? I can’t. But I don’t have to make them actually believe it. … Continue reading I Believe
Ashburn, Chacon, and Thomas It may take two to Tango, but it took a village to get the facts right in my “Yo Tengo” story. In my most recent blog I wrote about communication problems in the outfield in a minor league team. I did not check my facts before I wrote the story. … Continue reading It Takes a Village
This season, The Lancaster Barnstormers offered a package to their “more mature” fans, The Silverstormers. I know I didn’t qualify as a mature fan, but I did meet the age requirement, so I bought it. In the package, you get one field-level ticket to every Tuesday night home game (the same exact seat for all … Continue reading Yo Tengo; Yo No Tengo; Yo Tengo