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The Signal, 10.07.11 & 10.08.11, Lafayette Gilchrist, Joe Challmes at The Stoop, The Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra, Marion Winik, and the problem with superluminal neutrinos
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October 7th & 8th, 2011, on The Signal…
Before he ever tickled the ivories, Lafayette Gilchrist used to lace up the boxing gloves. We talk with the pianist and composer about his years as a fighter and the musical inspiration he’s taken from the sweet science.
From The Stoop - Joe Challmes made a promise to himself last year, the day he lost his leg. We’ll hear what it took to keep that promise.
This weekend, the Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra hosts a concert featuring 130 mandolin players on stage at the same time, and we’ll hear from members of the orchestra about why the instrument is uniquely suited to such a performance.
Marion Winik shares her secret recipe for the perfect dinner party.
And astrophysicist Mario Livio says he’ll eat his hat if neutrinos are actually traveling faster than the speed of light.