Ennyman’s Territory: Top Ten Blog Posts of 2018 Feature a Lot of Dylan

Snapshot of 2018 looking back through the rear-view mirror.

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Bob Dylan @ The Beacon. NYC, November 2018. Photo courtesy Nelson French.

It’s that time again, as one year ends and another approaches, a good time for summing up. After taking an inventory of pageviews, here’s a list of hotlinks to the top ten stories of 2018 at my Ennyman’s Territory blog. Hint: They’re all about Bob. I was a Dylan fan long before I moved to the Northland here, a region rich with Dylan lore, just as the Iron Range is rich with its famous red ore, and the Great Lake here rich with its beauty along the North Shore.

Drumroll please…

#10

A Visit with Harvard Professor Richard F. Thomas, Author of Why Bob Dylan Matters

#9

Duluth Dylan Fest 2018 Official Schedule

#8

You Never Know Where Bob Dylan Will Show Up Next

#7

More Blood, More Tracks — The Bootleg Series Thunders On

#6

Why Bob Dylan Matters: New Book Brings Still More Insight Into His Genius

#5

Bob Dylan’s Scarlet Town Revisited — Professor Craig Grau Scratches Beneath the Surface of a Complex Roots Story

#4

Start Spreading the News: Dylan Still at the Top of His Game in the Big Apple

#3

Mad Magazine Takes a Poke at Dylan, and Some Additional Dylan-Related Humor

#2

Marking Yesterday’s 55th Anniversary of the Release of Bob Dylan’s Freewheelin’ with Suze Rotolo’s Letter to Her Mother

Numero Uno

George Harrison & Friends: The 1971 Concert for Bangladesh

Bonus Track

If you’re a Pinterest participant, you might enjoy this Pinterest board titled, All Dylan All the Time.

Meantime, life goes on all around you. Get into it.

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Originally published at pioneerproductions.blogspot.com on December 27, 2018.

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