I have not been to President Bush's final resting place yet, but it very much looks worth a visit.
Today is the anniversary of the day in 1849 that President James K. Polk died just months after leaving office. He was the shortest-lived ex-president of all. And it was a pandemic that killed him.
Everything is a surprise these days, but certainly I did not expect to wake up and hear that Bob Dylan had released a 17 minute track about the death of John F. Kennedy
Buffalo Tales has an interview with Brady about the city's connections to the presidents.
On the air this afternoon when my phone starts buzzing like crazy.
It's been almost exactly four years since I dropped by Marion, Ohio, to say hello to the original Warren G.
In southwest Wisconsin, near the Mississippi River, is "The City of Presidents."
Take it from this independent reviewer!
I guess you could call it a banner day at my house.
I feel so prestigious all of a sudden.