"In a way, I've been working on this story for forty years," says Tom Matthews, author of a new profile of producer Jack Douglas in Milwaukee Magazine called (Just Like) Starting Over.
"I was fifteen in 1975 and I was the kid sitting in his basement in Janesville reading the back of all my rock albums," says Matthews. "Douglas's name - as editor, engineer, or producer - was on the back of a lot of these albums."
Essayist Linda Benjamin reads her latest essay in her "Psychobabble" series.
All of us face challenges in life – big ones, small ones, and challenges in between. In fact, there are days when life can seem like a constant struggle to keep all the juggling balls in the air before they come crashing down.
Tensions continue to run high in Israel, following the murders of several rabbis by Palestinian militants in a Jerusalem synagogue last month, and recent efforts by the conservative government to formally declare Israel as a Jewish state.