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The Signal, 09.16.11 & 09.17.11, Montford Pont Marine Charles Wells, ‘Partners' Portraits, jazz-man Carl Grubbs, and the Google Search as modern-day Father Confessor.
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September 16th & 17th, 2011, on The Signal…
World War II veteran Charles Wells served our country as one of the first African-Americans enlisted in the US Marine Corps. The Corps was segregated at the time, and Mr. Wells shares his memories of training at a remote outpost for black recruits called Camp Montford Point.
Katherine Meredith paints portraits in the traditional style of classical realism, but her recent series, Partners, has a distinctly modern twist: All of her subjects happen to be gay couples.
When jazz man Carl Grubbs was growing up, he had an older cousin named John – John Coltrane – and we explore the legend’s impact on his young admirer’s own music.
Plus: Essayist Marion Winik considers the Google Search as a window into the soul.