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Archive for March 5th, 2003

Wednesday, 5 March 2003

How about fringe benefits at the baby store

Congrats to new father Nic Harcourt on the birth of his twins Monday night. 🙂

I happened to be listening to KCRW when Morning Becomes Eclectic began at 9 yesterday morning, and was pleasantly surprised to hear Anne Litt‘s voice. She filled in for the understandably absent Harcourt and even played some Richard Buckner ("A Goodbye Rye" from his ’96 demo CD, which was recently released to the general public as a self-titled album — she played the song over the weekend as well). So Tuesday a.m. brought a sort of bonus three hours of Weekend Becomes Eclectic. 🙂

Nic Harcourt always asks his guests what they listened to when they were young; no doubt the Harcourt twins will have an awesome musical diet as they grow up…

Posted at 1:06 am | Filed under Music, Radio, NPR, etc. |