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Street artist exhibition “Zim Zum,” Rafael Alvarez’ “The Tuerk House,” Maryland wine history, and soul singer Navasha Daya
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September 14 & 15, 2012, on The Signal:
Street artists Gaia, MOMO, and Michael Owen have been redecorating the city, one public wall at a time. They usually work alone, but they’ve just come together for an unprecedented collaboration. We drop in at the gallery where their joint exhibition, “Zim Zum,” is about to open.
Rafael Alvarez talks about his new book, “The Tuerk House,” a chronicle of Baltimore’s pioneering drug and alcohol rehab center, opened in 1970.
We meet contemporary soul singer Navasha Daya. Formerly of the band Fertile Ground, she’s since embarked on an international solo career, and she’ll be one of the featured acts at an upcoming tribute to Nina Simone.
Plus: Nathan Sterner has a spirited conversation with Regina McCarthy, author of “Maryland Wine: A Full Bodied History.”