memoir

Reviewing A Multi-Faceted Life

Oct 19, 2016
Bruce Robinson, KRCB

Eighty-five years in 400 pages—with plenty of pictures included. That’s what entrepreneur, philanthropist and music lover Don Green has packed into his newly published memoir. 

When Don Green elected to leave his position with the General post Office in London and venture into the business world, many of his then-associates were shocked, he recalls. But it was a pivotal and life-changing decision.

A Survivor Remembers Jonestown

Nov 20, 2014
Laura Johnston Kohl

  It’s been 36 years since more than 900 people died at Jonestown, a remote outpost in the South American country of Guyana. But for one former People’s Temple member, the memories remain raw.

  Today, Johnston Kohl says she sees the People's Temple differently than she did at the time, but also from a broader perspective than most.

'Twenty Years Behind Bars'

Mar 24, 2014

Take 20 years of experience, a healthy dose of human foibles, stir in a way with words and add alcohol—mix well and you’ve got an entertaining account of life as seen from the other side of the bar.

The hardest thing a bartender has to do from time to time, says Jeff Burkhart, is cut off someone who has one or two too many.

By comparison, mixing drinks is easy. Below Jeff demonstrates his approach to a classic Margarita.