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National Pinball Museum, The Atomic Weight of Secrets, and Isaac Rehert's 'Renaissance'
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June 29th & 30th, 2012, on The Signal:
David Silverman has a collection of almost 900 pinball machines, and in January 2012 he opened the doors to the National Pinball Museum in downtown Charm City. We listen back to a visit with David, when he set aside his last-minute preparations to give us a crash course in pinball history.
Eden Unger Bowditch talks about her book, “The Atomic Weight of Secrets,” a Young-Adult mystery about the real-life magic of scientific invention.
Plus: A lot of great writers have been late bloomers. Charles Bukowski wrote his first novel at age 49. Frank McCourt published his first book at 66. But Baltimore’s Isaac Rehert has got them all beat. He published his first book of poetry - at age 90 - and he joins us to share some pieces from his aptly titled collection, “Renaissance.”