In July 6, 1974 a radio phenomenon was born. A Prairie Home Companion, a variety radio show that highlights folk, bluegrass, blues, and gospel music as well as comedy skits, was started at the Janet Wallace Auditorium at Macalaster College in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Since the creation of A Prairie Home Companion, there have existed hilarious Prairie Home Companion jokes.
Possibly the most well-known aspect and probably the most beloved part of A Prairie Home Companion is Garrison Keillor's "News from Lake Wobegon". On the Prairie Home Companion show, broadcast weekly on Minnesota Public Radio, Garrison Keillor reports on news and recent stories from the fictional town of Lake Wobegon where supposedly Garrison Keillor was born. Lake Wobegon seems to be the idyllic Minnesotan town where "The women are all strong, the men are all good looking and the children are all above average."
"The News From Lake Wobegon" is also available as a free weekly Prairie Home Companion podcast. Get more with Prairie Home Companion podcasts! Fans really do love the Prairie Home Companion podcasts so don't miss out!
No matter where Lake Wobegon is or who lives there, "News from Lake Wobegon" is one of the best parts of A Prairie Home Companion and should not be missed. Buy A Prairie Home Companion tickets today and see Garrison Keillor tell stories of his boyhood home.
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