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The Signal, May 13 & 14, 2001, orfeia vocal ensemble, marion winik, northeast market, kevin griffin moreno at the stoop
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This week (May 13 & 14, 2011) on The Signal…
The members of Orfeia Vocal Ensemble introduce us to the hauntingly dissonant harmonies and intricate rhythms of traditional Bulgarian music.
We talk with author Marion Winik about The Glen Rock Book of the Dead. It’s a collection of essays about 51 people whose lives (and deaths) have touched her life.
Contributor Sam Hopkins gets a local history lesson from a long-time produce vendor at Baltimore’s Northeast Market.
Plus: At Charm City’s live storytelling series, The Stoop, Kevin Griffin Moreno tells a tale of culture shock. After traveling to more than 30 different countries during his life, Kevin says the most foreign place he’s ever been is right here in the USA.