Jeff Kallman is a professional if presently unemployed journalist and broadcaster living in Huntington Beach, California. He writes The Catbird in the Nosebleed Seatsfor the Most Valuable Network blog group and The Easy Ace: A Journal of Classic Radio. He has worked in small-city newspapers and radio and trade publishing, and they are none the worse for wear for having had him. His work has appeared most recently in The Old Radio Times, TheSportsCritics.com, and Sports-Central.org.
How Eddie Cantor inadvertently seeded the dubious garden, while Tallulah Bankhead held his coat.
Old-time radio isn't just for misty-eared nostalgists anymore...
A Red Sox World Series hero retires with an angry elbow. The elbow has a right to be mad.