This year, the celebration inspired by Saint Valentine, who was executed for performing marriages to keep men from going to war, is almost immediately followed by the tradition wherein many commence a 40-day period of sacrifice and reflection that begins with a remembrance of our mortality: “Ashes to ashes and dust to dust,” they say.
The Dead of Winter, indeed.
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HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Did you make any resolutions? In this episode, Keythe talks about The How, Why… and When of making changes in your life.
Keythe also chats with Patti Cumby about how she chose to quit smoking and how she did it without stress.
The Lounge Radio Players present a rousing adventure about a genie who really knows how to make your wishes come true.
In the Dinner and a Movie Segment, Keythe recommends a comedy that holds T...
Designed to tide you over between rounds, this Bar Snacks minisode features Keythe's thoughts on baking and flaming a Figgy Pudding (Ep.1), a special offer to stream A Christmas Carol presented by the Geffen Theatre (40% Off Code: CAROL30), and he reads a poem called The Shortest Day by Susan Cooper. Happy Solstice!
As we approach the Darkest Night of the Year, Keythe Farley ruminates on how our holiday traditions encourage us to defy the darkness by lighting up-- our homes, public squares, menorahs, Christmas trees and kinaras.
Ray Chase and Julia McIlvaine play two sweet slackers who dream up new holiday traditions while they watch Charlie Brown on TV.
Matt Almos takes us on a trip to The Worst Mall in the World.
In the Dinner and a Movie segme...