Welcome to Paul Harris Online

After 40+ years hosting radio shows (half of them in St. Louis on KTRS and KMOX), I retired from broadcasting in 2018 — but I’m still here every day with thoughts about radio, TV, movies, poker, theater, politics, travel, and more.

Welcome to
Paul Harris Online

After 40+ years on the air, I retired from broadcasting in 2018, but I’m here every day with thoughts about radio, TV, movies, poker, theater, politics, travel, and more.

Enough With The Plus

Enough With The Plus

Two years ago, I asked whether people who cut the cord and only get TV content from streaming services are really spending less than when they had cable. I thought about that again recently when I heard of the debut of yet another streamer.

Random NFL Thoughts

Random NFL Thoughts

A few observations after spending Sunday watching the NFL conference championship games.

Read These

Read These

Read These: five articles I enjoyed this week, covering topics from the best episode of “The Simpsons” to the NFL’s top QBs to women in the movie world to a profile of Dean Blandino to how Twitter can be fixed.

It’s Classified

It’s Classified

Some musings about more documents marked “classified” showing up everywhere — and how anyone who’s ever changed jobs can relate to how it happened.

We’re Talking Dry

We’re Talking Dry

Extreme drought conditions in the southwest that have caused residents to skip showers, use paper plates, and do their laundry at friends’ houses in other neighborhoods remind me of a couple of stories to share with you.

Review: “Living”

Review: “Living”

My review of a new movie starring Bill Nighy as a stiff-upper-lip bureaucrat whose life changes when he gets a grim diagnosis.

Remembering David Crosby

Remembering David Crosby

The news of David Crosby’s death at 81 reminds me of these two pieces I wrote about him in 2019.

Review: “The Son”

Review: “The Son”

My review of a new movie starring Hugh Jackman, Laura Dern, Vanessa Kirby and Zen McGrath as a teen battling clinical depression. It’s not exactly the feel-good hit of the year.

Fa Blows Up Pa

Fa Blows Up Pa

An article about humans training dolphins to complete manual tasks underwater reminds me of the 1973 movie, “The Day Of The Dolphin.” Here’s the story.