Mike Ragogna interviews Genesis drummer, singer, and music icon Phil Collins about his recent album, Going Back.
Roger Ebert's new book is an ode to the simple, but useful rice pot. The book conveys his love and admiration for all the amazing dishes that can be easily prepared in this ancient cooking tool that's been adapted for the age of electricity. But, the book is more than that. It really can serve as a focal point for anyone who is looking to easily replace that "lost" feeling, when looking in the refrigerator, with the swagger of a confident home cook. In a snappy style with a large dose of humor Ebert guides us quickly through the type of pot to purchase, breakfast foods, soups, and shortcuts (canned bouillion, instant soup, a can of stew) followed by comments and recipes from readers of his blog. One of his main principles regarding the suggestions in the book is
Mike Ragogna interviews acclaimed singer/songwriter Dar Williams.