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The Signal, 07.08.11 & 07.09.11, Woody Guthrie & Cisco Houston revisited, Benn Ray's summer reading list, and essayist Joanne Cavanaugh Simpson
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This week (July 8 & 9, 2011) on The Signal…
Late, great American folk icons Woody Guthrie and Cisco Houston are about to get a theatrical tribute in the upcoming original play, “Woody Guthrie Dreams,” and this week we talk with two local musicians, Caleb Stine and Michael Patrick Flanagan Smith, who’ll be stepping into the historical roles.
Literary guru Benn Ray of Atomic Books stops by with a few suggestions for summer reading, including both fiction and non-fiction selections, a graphic novel, and his latest “summer project book” to help keep you busy all season.
Plus: From writer Joanne Cavanaugh Simpson, a meditation on what we grown-ups can learn when we watch children soak up new information about the world.