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The Signal, 10.14.11 & 10.15.11, the super-heroic red suit, Housewerks, and the doula & the funeral director – a love story
This week (Oct. 14 & 15) on The Signal…
A real-life superhero saga that’s got to be heard to be believed: Hunter Smith and Kathryn Long had no idea what they were getting into when they decided to buy a mysterious red spandex suit at a thrift shop… What happened next would change their lives forever!
A visit to Housewerks, where Tracey Clarke and Ben Riddleberger show off some favorite pieces from their assortment of architectural antiques and industrial salvage, and share some of their renovating secrets and skills
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
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.
The Signal, 09.30.11 & 10.01.11, “Vox Ukulele Cello,” “The Middle Passage: A Love Story,” and Dan Deacon’s Excellent Adventure
September 30th & October 1st, 2011, on The Signal…
Local singer, songwriter, and ukulele enthusiast Victoria Vox stops by to preview her new CD, “Vox Ukelele Cello,” a harmonious blend of serious songwriting and playful instrumentation.
It took ten years of his life, but Joseph Norman has just completed an epic-scale mural project called “The Middle Passage: A Love Story.” We take a step back with the artist as he considers what he’s accomplished.
September 23rd & 24th, 2011, on The Signal…
“In the past, personal and political liberty depended to a considerable extent on government inefficiency. The spirit of tyranny was always willing, but its organization and equipment were generally weak. Progressive science and technology have changed all that completely.”
-Aldous Huxley, 1948
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.
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.
The Signal, 09.09.11 & 09.10.11, Robert McCoy, 'The Atomic Weight of Secrets,' Erin McKeown, and free speech in the Digital Age
This week (September 9th & 10th, 2011) on The Signal…
Guitarist Robert McCoy plays solo, but he’s got the whole city of Baltimore as his back-up band. We visit Robert at his favorite musical venue, outdoors under the trees at Wyman Park Dell, and we hear his contribution to the soundtrack of Charm City
Eden Unger Bowditch takes us inside the mysterious world of her young-adult novel, “The Atomic Weight of Secrets”
The Signal, 09.02.11 & 09.03.11, a Chester River boat cruise with poet Meredith Davies Hadaway, Charm City mother-daughter musical talent, and a profile of Maryland Zoo rhino-wrangler Tanya White.
The Chester River has been an important part of life for poet Meredith Davies Hadaway. It’s also been the inspiration for her poetry. This week, the Eastern-Shore writer takes us out in her boat to share the waters that have meant so much to her.
We talk with mother-daughter duo Anne Watts and Posie Lewis about the joy that music brings to their everyday lives and the simple pleasure of performing together.
The Signal, 08.26.11 & 08.27.11, a gay serviceman's career under Don't-Ask-Don't-Tell, 'Divided Voices: Maryland in the Civil War', and the life of Ed McTeer, witch-doctor Sheriff.
This week (August 26th & 27th, 2011) on The Signal…
US Navy veteran Jeremy Johnson made the tough decision to come out to his commanding officer after a ten-year military career under the ‘Don’t Ask Don’t Tell’ policy. Jeremy talks with us this week about what went into his decision and what the repeal of the policy might mean for the future.
The Signal, 08.19.11 & 08.20.11, Ginny Gong's immigrant experience, getting up-close & personal with farmed animals, and the artwork of Najwa Al-Amin
This week (August 19th & 20th, 2011) on The Signal…
Ginny Gong was six years old when she came to the US from China with her family in 1954. She always struggled for balance between her dual roles as an American kid and a Chinese daughter growing up under the roof of her parents’ hand laundry business. Ginny joins us to share her unique experience as a “one-point-five generation” immigrant.
The Signal, 08.12.11 & 08.13.11, Orfeia Vocal Ensemble, The Color of Night, and Eliza's Freedom Road
This week (August 12th & 13th, 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 Madison Smartt Bell about his novel, “The Color of Night.” The book examines the persistence of violence in American culture and its sinister effect on the mind of a woman who revels in its beauty.