And now "If Only I Had Known." That’s the theme we gave to commentators this spring for an annual brunch. We’ve been sharing some of their thoughts this week. And today we close the series with writer and storyteller Willem Lange, who says he wishes he’d discovered a few simple, but key words a lot earlier in life.
VPR commentators shared their thoughts on a common theme at an annual brunch this spring. We asked them to write about, "If Only I Had Known." And that inspired Edith Hunter to share this tale about … well … about cake.
Every year we invite commentators to write on the same theme and share their essays at a brunch. This year the topic was "If Only I Had Known." And today, we learn from writer and former teacher Bill Mares that, sometimes, ignorance really is bliss.
We asked VPR commentators to share thoughts at an annual brunch on the theme of "If Only I Had Known." We’re sharing some of their essays this week. Today, we hear about Rich Nadworny and his new bike.
VPR commentators spoke at a brunch this spring on the theme of "If Only I Had Known." We’ll present selections from them all this week. We start with law school professor Cheryl Hanna, and her gathering with friends.
VPR commentators were asked to write on the theme of "If Only I Had Known" this spring for our annual brunch. Today, free-lance journalist Annie Guyon reflects on a youthful past that’s been rediscovered.
All this week, we’re hearing selections from a brunch featuring VPR commentators. They wrote on the theme of, "If Only I Had Known!" Mike Martin, a high school teacher in Hinesburg, questions whether our electronic gadgets are all they’re cracked up to be.
VPR commentators took on the theme, "If Only I Had Known," for an annual brunch this spring, and we’re sharing some of their thoughts this week. This afternoon, Mary McCallum tells about an unexpected self-discovery.
This afternoon we begin sampling some of the essays recorded at this
year’s VPR Commentators Brunch. The theme was, "If Only I Had Known." On
this Memorial Day, retired ABC News correspondent Bill Seamans tells
about how he chose a military career.