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20 Years Later, I Still Miss Glenn Brenner.


Parts 2 and 3 of this tribute to Glenn Brenner are on the “flip.”  I can’t believe it’s been 20 years since Glenn Brenner passed away at the young age of 43, from an inoperable brain tumor. If you never had the privilege of watching Glenn Brenner, day and and day out, as I did for a few years after I came to Washington, DC for graduate school in 1984, you don’t know what you missed. But watch these videos and you’ll get an idea, and why so many of us – myself included – still miss Glenn Brenner so much. He truly broke the mold, in the best sense of that expression.

  • NotJohnSMosby

    he of the famous “Trumble and Core” afternoon radio team of the late 70s and 80s.  We lost George Michael a couple of years ago.  Frank Herzog is still around, and the Channel 4 team is semi-intact, although it’s always weird to see Bob Ryan on another network.

    But overall, radio and local news is going the way of newspapers.  A lot of new faces, nowhere near as good as the old faces they replaced.