The Music of 1969: Talking ’Bout My GenerationJuly 29, Aug. 26, and Sept. 23, 6:45–8:45 p.m. The year 1969 saw a major upheaval in American culture and society, one that … Continue reading My Upcoming Talks at the Smithsonian in DC
Singer/songwriter Warren Zevon might not yet be in the actual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (although he should), but if there were a Halloween rock hall for famous spooky … Continue reading The Werewolves of London Still Howling Away
It’s been said you can’t really know someone until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes. But what happens if you give a pair of once-loved boots to someone who … Continue reading A Haven of Hope for Older Homeless Men
In our never ceasing effort to bring you the most important political news direct from Washington, DC, here is an exclusive interview from Judge Kavanaugh, whom Republicans are expected to approve … Continue reading Kavanaugh Comes to the Court
Here at Booming Encore we put great emphasis on informing our readers and viewers. How great, you ask? Well, we think you are so important that we will even eat crickets, … Continue reading What’s All This Buzz About Eating Insects?
As Baby Boomers (those of us born between 1946 and 1964), we were the first generation to grow up during the Atomic Age. Aware at any moment that devastatingly destructive … Continue reading The End of the World
1968 is recognized as one of the most turbulent years in history. In America, there were two assassinations – Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy, anti-war demonstrators in the street, … Continue reading 1968: What A Year It Was