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- War of 1812 Stories
This week (10.12.12 & 10.13.12) on The Signal: From blood flow to train commutes, library books to alternative currency, traffic lights to bike paths… a special collection of stories on the theme of ‘circulation.’
1814! The Rock Opera!, Baltimore Bike Party, griot Janice Greene, poet Leslie F Miller, and a listen back to the late Chris Toll
This week (10.05.12 & 10.06.12) on The Signal: We meet the minds behind “1814! The Rock Opera!”; we hit the streets with Baltimore Bike Party; Janice Greene shares a folktale; Leslie F Miller tackles writer’s block; and we listen back to the late poet, Chris Toll.
This week (09.28.12 & 09.29.12) on The Signal: A special Stoop story showcase, with true tales of romance, envy, family, war, and love, all told live without a script.
Full Circle’s “Moving Passages,” Tim Krieder’s “We Learn Nothing,” and John Roemer of “Directing Dissent”
This week (09.21.12 & 09.22.12) on The Signal: Full Circle Dance Company explores the link between writing and choreography; Tim Kreider discusses his book, “We Learn Nothing”; and John Roemer reflects on his life as a political activist and history teacher
Street artist exhibition “Zim Zum,” Rafael Alvarez’ “The Tuerk House,” Maryland wine history, and soul singer Navasha Daya
This week (09.14.12 & 09.15.12) on The Signal: Street artists Gaia, MOMO, and Michael Owen join forces for the joint exhibition, “Zim Zum”; Rafael Alvarez on his book, “The Tuerk House”; Maryland wine history with Regina McCarthy; and soul singer Navasha Daya pays tribute to Nina Simone.
Dan Deacon hacks your phone, Charles Rammelkamp’s ‘Fusen Bakudan,’ Michael Taft deciphers the blues, and Matthew Byars almost joins The Orioles
This week (09.07.12 & 09.08.12) on The Signal: Dan Deacon’s new smart-phone app puts a concert light-show in the hands of his audience; Charles Rammelkamp discusses his book, ‘Fusen Bakudan’; Michael Taft analyzes the elusive lyrics of the Blues; and Matthew Byars (almost) becomes the Oriole’s new PA announcer.
This week (06.08.12 & 06.09.12) on The Signal: Music and conversation with the surviving members of The Singing and Praying Bands, a devotional movement born two centuries ago in the tidewater regions of Maryland, when traditional African worship practices merged with the Christianity of the Methodist Church.
The far-flung musical friendship of Zieti, a daughter’s tribute to artist Amalie Rothschild, and ‘World of Warcraft’ designer Greg Street
This week (08.17.12 & 08.18.12) on The Signal: The story of Zieti, a musical friendship between two Americans and two West Africans; a daughter’s tribute to artist Amalie Rothschild; and a conversation with World of Warcraft designer Greg Street.
This week (08.10.12 & 08.11.12) on The Signal: The small miracle at the Filbert Street Community Garden, the editors of ‘68: Riots and Rebirth in an American City’, and versatile violinist Chelsey Green
This week (08.03.12 & 08.04.12) on The Signal: Music and conversation with honky tonk songwriter Arty Hill; a visit to Pierce’s Park; and Robert A Dougles on his memoir of survival and redemption, “Fertile Concrete”