Badminton Baseball, My Brother and Me by Gavin Lakin – Post 33

As he stood, knees slightly bent and arms at a fort-five-degree angle, the mesh racket was poised for the pitch. Winding up, I thought that some chin music would back him off the plate—which happened to be my lucky, well-oiled and broken-in little league catcher’s mitt. However, by design, the shuttlecock had its own particular … Continue reading Badminton Baseball, My Brother and Me by Gavin Lakin – Post 33

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The Song Remembers When: Does Context Prevail over Content? By Gavin Lakin – Post 6

In 1993, Country superstar Trisha Yearwood released her third LP The Song Remembers When. Though the album was not as critically well-received as her previous two, the successful, memorable, and absolutely spine-tingling title track is the very definition of evocative. Not really a country music fan until the late `90s, I did not know Trisha, … Continue reading The Song Remembers When: Does Context Prevail over Content? By Gavin Lakin – Post 6