Late Supper at the Midnight Diner

Late Supper at the Midnight Diner

Late Supper at the Midnight Diner: life and a double shot of expression. MENU: Blue Ridge Roots, New York grit, Paris style, Scots wit.

Episodes

March 16, 2021 49 min
Silence in Society, Violence in Language + Lawrence Ferlinghetti Farewell • Plus how the Coral Reef may decide our fate
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Lady Bunny, Lama Gyurme + Happy Renewal Year 2021!
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Saturday Brunch: Social Dilemma + Tennessee Williams Illusion
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Larry Kramer vs. Covid, Angi's Inspiration, Happy Dammit
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Late Supper Short Story •105 Degree Peach: Life Before the Land Turned Red by Martin Belk (28 mins). Driving with Grandma Ruby to York.
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Late Supper BONUS Poetry Reading • Mary Folliet recorded March 2020 • Haiku, 10-word Poems, TANKA for artists
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Mary Knows Jazz, Pretend Protocol, Old Folk Love, Lockdown Practicalities • Take Care of Yourselves
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Stay Home Get Paid: Virus Survival, New Pal Vivian Manning Schaffel, Coffee Podding, Buttermilk Biscuits
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Wolkenbruch's Wondrous Journey, Beautiful Rogers, Tim's Fiestaware, Mashed Potatoes
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Death & Christmas, Renewal Year 2020, Rome 'n' Okra, Fellini, Sing! Sing! Sing!, Paris Nuit Blanche
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