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Garrison Keillor is best known for his forty years with the beloved radio show “A Prairie Home Companion.” He wrote fiction and comedy and invented a town called Lake Wobegon, where all the children are above average. In retirement, he has written a memoir and a book of limericks and is at work on a musical and a Lake Wobegon screenplay, and he continues “The Writers Almanac,” sent out daily to internet subscribers. He appears with Prudence Johnson and Dan Chouinard for an evening of poetry, classic love songs, the news from Lake Wobegon, and a discussion of why you should keep getting older.