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Poetry on The Chester River, Arthur Magida’s “The Nazi Seance,” and open-air guitarist Robert McCoy
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July 20th & 21st, 2012, on The Signal:
The Chester River is an important part of life for poet Meredith Davies Hadaway. It’s also the inspiration for her poetry, and this week the Eastern-Shore writer takes us out onto the waters that have meant so much to her.
Arthur Magida talks about his book, THE NAZI SÉANCE: THE STRANGE STORY OF THE JEWISH PSYCHIC IN HITLER’S CIRCLE. It’s the tale of a celebrated clairvoyant who let his ambition blind him to the realities of life in 1930’s Berlin.
Plus: Guitarist Robert McCoy plays solo, but he’s got the whole city of Baltimore as his back-up band. We’ll visit Robert at his favorite musical venue, outdoors under the trees at Wyman Park Dell, and we’ll hear his contribution to the soundtrack of Charm City.