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  2. Thank you, Mr. Seigenthaler

    It’s no exaggeration that one of my great honors was to be invited on John Seigenthaler’s literary talk show “A Word on Words” twice. For 44 years, Mr. Seigenthaler held court interviewing a gamut of writers from the titans to the debuts. With neither a script nor cheat sheet, he could remember the tiniest detail of all the books he’d devoured. And the highlight, off-camera, was to trade out a fresh copy of a book for his copy covered with notes. I keep mine in a safe place. 
    To my Nashville friends: I hope you’ll join us for our final sit-down this Sunday morning at 10:30 on Npt. It’s Mr. Seigenthaler’s next-to-last interview and the last time I saw him. We’ll be chewing over “The Union Club.” Thank you, Mr. Seigenthaler. 
    For all others, I’ll post the podcast when they do. 
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  3. Turk Street, Richmond District—San Francisco

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  4. California St., Nob Hill—San Francisco

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  6. Mission and 3rd Street, San Francisco—1984

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  10. Green Street Mortuary Band, San Francisco

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