If you’re wondering where the print edition of Parade Magazine went, you’re not alone. After eight decades as a supplement to hundreds of Sunday newspapers around the country, the publication has moved to a digital-only format.
I write at National Review, lamenting the end of an era and highlight what we’ll miss.
The Political Beats podcast kicked off the summer with a lengthy three-part look at the music and career of Neil Young:
I really don’t just write about Rush Limbaugh, but, following his death, National Review was kind enough to publish a piece I penned regarding the relationship he cultivated with his audience. Find it here –>
Thanks to The American Spectator for printing my essay on Rush Limbaugh in the Summer 2020 edition of the magazine. I attempt to explain how he conquered the medium and has changed radio in his 32 years hosting the show.
You can find the digital version here.
(Artwork not drawn by me)
Over at National Review, we looked at the career and music of Rush with Hillsdale’s Brad Birzer.
Vincent Caruso of Illinois Policy talked about Roxy Music.
Jane Coasten of Vox returned to dive into the world of Jimi Hendrix.
I’ve written a couple of recent pieces at National Review Online:
The Radio Free Hillsdale Hour is a one-hour, weekly radio show/podcast advancing the efforts of Hillsdale College in radiating its knowledge and teaching to the world outside of campus. Listeners will hear the arguments and debates that make up the liberal arts education and will experience the learning and teaching that happens on campus.
I’m the host! Check out all the episodes here.
We tackle my favorite band with Jay Cost.
Could examining the subject of the #1 movie in America make this the #1 podcast in America? Who knows! But it’s worth a shot.
We talk Queen with Adam J. White.