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Can This Charming New Host Convince Millennials to Love "A Prairie Home Companion"?

On July 1, Garrison Keillor said goodbye on his final broadcast of the radio variety show A Prairie Home Companion. Fans bemoaned the loss of the avuncular host, who had for 42 years regaled them with characters like Guy Noir, cheery ads for powder-milk biscuits, and the imagined inhabitants of a fictional Midwestern town, "where all the women are strong, all the men good-looking, and all the children above-average.
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