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Krassner chronicled his satirical pranks in his self-published magazine, The Realist. By Michael Simmons | The Rag Blog | August 14, 2019 REMEMBERING PAUL KRASSNER Listen to Thorne Dreyer‘s August 9 Rag Radio interview with Michael Simmons, Jonah Raskin, and … finish reading :
Paul Krassner: Nun smooching in America
With this song, son-of-the-South Earle aims to help convince the Magnolia State to eradicate the Confederate symbol from its flag. By Michael Simmons | The Rag Blog | September 16, 2015 “It’s largely about empathy,” says Steve Earle of his … finish reading :
Steve Earle: ‘Mississippi, It’s Time!’
Bob Fass in the WBAI studios in New York. Photo by, yes, Bob Fass. Photos courtesy Radio Unnameable. Radio Unnameable:Bob Fass revolutionized late-night radio Fass and ‘Cabal’ changed history and deserve the credit and Lovelace and Wolfson have provided the … finish reading FILM / Michael Simmons : How Bob Fass Revolutionized Late-Night Radio
Left to right: Larry Campbell, Michael Simmons, Jim Rider, and Kinky Friedman at the Lone Star Roadhouse, New York City, 1989. Photo by Cleveland Storrs.Move over, Kinky: I was a Texas Jewboy! The Kinkster blew my still-growing mind and helped … finish reading Michael Simmons : I Was a Texas Jewboy!