"Summer has finally arrived and the birds are singing. Everything is green and people are planting now in a fury of gardening." Barbara Ann Bunsen sends her daughter to a self-esteem program, memories of great old storytellers who have passed away, and the town celebrates Memorial Day.
Garrison celebrates the orderly streets of Minneapolis.
A few limericks for the cities of Minnesota...
Garrison and Philip Brunelle highlight the many musicians who have appeared at Minneapolis’ First Baptist Church.
Garrison sings about spring happenings around the lakes of Minneapolis.
"It's May, it's been perfect, it's been sunny, it's been in the 70s, been absolutely beautiful. People sleeping at night with the windows open and then they wake up to the sound of birds singing out in the trees." The town finds a way to complain in the midst of beautiful spring weather, Mildred makes off with $220,000 in cash and heads to Buenos Aires, and a few memories of the host's Uncle Jack.
Guy Noir heads to Spokane to run an errand for Larry, the bass player who lives in the basement.
English majors. Do you mind if we point out a mistake? Correct English is so important as you text or tweet or post on Facebook, and bad grammar gives an impression of stupidity. A word from the Professional Organization of English Majors.