In the Loop

The Year According to You

Posted at 12:46 PM on December 5, 2007 by Julie Siple (2 Comments)

For our last show this season, we're doing a bit of Year in Review... upside-down. I mean, we’re not so interested in re-hashing Don Imus or The Surge. (In fact, we might lose our minds.) We're looking for stories that were missed this year, stories worth telling that never made it into the newspaper or on the radio.

Things go unnoticed all the time, of course, sometimes for legitimate reasons. Like a really big news event. The Rake did a long look, after the 35W bridge collapse, at what you missed while you were wondering how a concrete structure could possibly drop into the Mississippi.

So tell us: Which trends, issues, or stories did the media overlook this year? Which ones are still worth hearing? Let us know, and we'll put some of them on the radio.


Comments (2)

Congratulations on Selling out a week in advance. Obviously your show is becoming famous and should be continued for several years to come. Unfortunately I did not get a ticket before you sold out. I will miss you guys but I will be listening to you on the Podcast.

Have a great Holiday and I look forward to getting my tickets early for next year's season.

Jonpaul from Woodbury

Posted by Jonpaul from Woodbury | December 12, 2007 1:56 PM


For a minute there, JonPaul, I thought you accused of selling out :-)

Sorry we'll miss you this last time. It's been sold out for almost a week -- crazy. Keep in touch!

Posted by Jeff | December 12, 2007 2:34 PM


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