Enough already. I’ve read Joe Riley’s bio, his news and his views, over and over.

He’s had his remarkable stay, heyday, and say; appeared at the great Gaillard, done Joe’s ballpark and now the Waterfront Park.

Another actor awaits off stage to sing a different melody, but with no space on stage, we’ll never know if he, too, will be a rage.

So, it’s time to bring on the hook, lower the curtain, say good night, turn out the lights, and let the book sales suffice.

Theodore P. Mitchum

Folly Road Boulevard

Charleston