Features, Jokes & More
This is the little corner of the site dedicated to everything that we do that isn't broadcast every Saturday. There are a handful of columns, like our truck driver Russ Ringsak's monthly article, or The View from Mrs. Sundberg's Window, where a regular listener talks about her life on the prairie.
There are also some things you can do on the Web site, like adding your comments to Post to the Host, the venerable joke machine, or greetings, where you can post a note to your family and friends. See below for a full list of what we're doing during the rest of the week.
Did you hear about the fire at the circus? It was intense.
This joke was submitted by Gary Rossman of Wellsville, NY. Thanks!
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Check out what is happening on this years Cruise and past ones.
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Watch Garrison, the Royal Academy of Radio Actors, The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band, and our special guests in action. Each week we'll add new videos from rehearsals, live broadcasts, and special events.
Get a close-up view of the APHC gang at their best. Each week we'll add new slideshows to the list with images from rehearsals, live productions, and special events. We're also collecting your photos from Flickr.
Here's your chance to ask GK your most pressing questionsabout the writing life, the radio life, Lake Wobegon, Guy Noir, whatever you like. Also, feel free to send feedback about the show. Honest comments and criticism are always welcome!
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From time to time we are able to spend a bit of time with our on-air guests. Here's the most recent:
Archive Fun: Emmylou Harris
Emmylou Harris first appeared on A Prairie Home Companion in 1985 and has been a fan favorite ever since. Take a tour of her incredible performances in our archives...
If you think you know something about Prairie Home history, take a crack at one of our quizzes.
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Announce an engagement, admonish the babysitter, celebrate a birthday, or just say hi. At each live show, we collect greetings from the audience and from the Web site for Garrison to read on the air.
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