And our new leader. Meet Al Bartholet, formerly (and "since forever") of WKSU public radio --who is the new head of WMRA. His 7th grade essay about "what I want to be when I grow up" actually panned out.
The story includes a reading of a passage from a book by author/skull-tattooed-guy/rascal/genius Harry Crews --a scene where a 12-year-old boy discovers both nudity and God at the same event. We talk with David Jeffrey, the self-appointed one-person Society for the Preservation of the Writings of the Late (and Great) Harry Crews.