Woebegone radio program Prairie Home Companion has yet to decide its new name

In an attempt to distance itself from longtime host Garrison Keillor—who was fired from Minnesota Public Radio last week for “inappropriate behavior”—the long-running radio show Prairie Home Companion is being renamed. On Saturday nights at 7 p.m. ET, public radio listeners will now tune in to Town Hall. Keillor…

Garrison Keillor throws himself a pity party after being fired for "inappropriate behavior"

Garrison Keillor is suddenly relevant again, and not in a good way. The former host of A Prairie Home Companion has been fired from Minnesota Public Radio over “allegations of his inappropriate behavior with an individual who worked with him,” as the network put it in a statement released earlier today. That statement…

Read This: Soft-spoken Minnesotan Garrison Keillor tears Donald Trump a new one

Minnesota-born author and public radio legend Garrison Keillor has spent nearly half a century building an image as the most laid-back man in America. His soft, lilting voice and ambling, aimless stories of quaint Midwestern life have been spoofed by comedians like Bill Hader, Harry Shearer, and Tom Scharpling over…

Garrison Keillor’s reign of terror over America’s airwaves finally set to end

When Robert Altman directed his final film, 2006’s A Prairie Home Companion, he posited a bright, utopian world, one in which cornpone overlord Garrison Keillor finally stepped down from his dark, Powdermilk Biscuit-covered throne and relinquished his hold on America’s radio waves. Now, the light Altman hurled into…