A prison riot. Celebrity interviews. Watergate. These are some highlights that a journalist describes about his 46-year career in Las Vegas, San Francisco, Washington and elsewhere. His adventures reflect the heyday of Americann journalism, when reporters and newspapers were plentiful before the industry collapsed with the advent of the Internet. On top of that, he discusses how a retired person can make his way into show business in retirement, recounting his singing, acting and jazz piano performances. Mike Doan also touches on his personal life in this whisical account of journalism's heyday.