Garrison Keillor, creator and longtime host of A Prairie Home Companion says he's only planning to tell the tales of Lake Wobegon for another two years. Keillor announced he plans to retire in 2013 -- he'll be 70 years old.
SYRACUSE -- Fans of A Prairie Home Companion, the NPR program that was the basis for a 2006 film of the same name, will be able to watch a live broadcast of the show, in high-definition on the big screen, at two local movie theaters later this month.
Garrison Keillor, host of NPR's A Prairie Home Companion is recovering following what doctors are calling a "minor stroke" over the weekend. A spokesperson at the Mayo Clinic in Keillor's home state of Minnesota says "he plans to resume a normal schedule next week."
Garrison Keillor is recovering from heart valve surgery performed at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. The longtime host of A Prairie Home Companion is resting comfortably and is expected to make a full recovery. His popular weekly radio show heard locally on WRVO FM 90 will not be affected as the last live show […]