Garrison Keillor, 'Prairie Home Companion' Host, to Retire From Radio
The public radio broadcaster will step down in 2013, when he turns 70.
MINNEAPOLIS — Garrison Keillor plans to keep spinning tales of Lake Wobegon's Norwegian bachelor farmers for at least a couple more years, but the host and creator of public radio's A Prairie Home Companion is dropping more hints that his retirement may be on the horizon.
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