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1814! The Rock Opera!, Baltimore Bike Party, griot Janice Greene, poet Leslie F Miller, and a listen back to the late Chris Toll
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October 5th & 6th, 2012, on The Signal:
The War of 1812 is remembered in paintings, legends, and one very famous song, but its story has never been the subject of a rock opera – until now. We meet the minds behind 1814! The Rock Opera!
We hit the streets with Matt Kelley and 700 of his fellow cyclists to experience the revelry of the monthly Baltimore Bike Party.
Janice Greene of the Griot’s Circle of Maryland joins us with a folktale about the benefits of learning a second language
Leslie F Miller tells us how she found her way around writer’s block with a little help from her Facebook friends.
And we listen back to the inimitable voice of Baltimore’s late poet, Chris Toll.