Keillor retired as host of his long-running public radio variety show in 2016.

His hand-picked successor, mandolinist Chris Thile, is in his second season as "Prairie Home" host.

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Indeed, I used to buy clothes more for fun than anything else. I was a thrift store shopping maven and found all sorts of great deals on new-to-me threads.

The only problem is that I didn’t But as so often happens with frugality escapades, not buying clothes transformed me profoundly and in ways that far transcend the mere saving of a few hundred bucks.

No kidding.” The Keillor bombshell came just a few hours after NBC fired “Today” co-host Matt Lauer for “inappropriate sexual behavior.” Both episodes are part of what has become an ongoing trend since Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein was accused of sexual misconduct toward multiple women spanning decades.

Big names such as Charlie Rose, Kevin Spacey and Louis C. have also been accused of sexual misconduct since the Weinstein news emerged in October.

Not obsessing about being at the height of fashion every time I walked out of the house caused me to reflect on the ways in which our culture makes women feel badly about themselves.

We’re told by advertisers that there’s something drastically with our skin/eyelashes/ankles and that acquiring their product/potion/shoes will magically ameliorate the issue… I’d rather save my money than buy into the notion that I need to fix my appearance. Nearly every time I looked in the mirror, I had something unkind to say about some part of me.

“Eleven years later, a talk-show host in LA, she goes public, and there is talk of resignation," Keillor wrote.

"This is pure absurdity, and the atrocity it leads to is a code of public deadliness.

The non-monetary benefits of living a simpler, more purposeful life are thrilling to discover and I never cease to be amazed at the changes frugality has wrought in my life.

Principally, not purchasing clothes had the consequence of making me increasingly less concerned with my appearance writ large.

“A person could not hope for more than what I was given.” Later, he told the Minnesota Star Tribune that the alleged incident stems from a moment in which he touched a female colleague on her bare back. I meant to pat her back after she told me about her unhappiness and her shirt was open and my hand went up it about six inches. That’s absurd.” The piece referred to an allegation that Sen.