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Ugandan musician Kinobe, the ‘pedestrian’ poetry of Jennifer Wallace, and novelist Clarence Brown’s “Needs”
This week (07.27.12 & 07.28.12) on The Signal: music and conversation with Ugandan multi-instrumentalist Kinobe, a stroll with poet and pedestrian Jennifer Wallace, and novelist Clarence Brown on confronting the darkness in his book, ‘Needs’.
This week (07.20.12 & 07.21.12) on The Signal: A ride on the Chester River with poet Meredith Davies Hadaway; Arthur Magida on his book, “The Nazi Séance”; and music in Wyman Park Dell with open-air guitarist Robert McCoy
This week (07.13.12 & 07.14.12) on The Signal: a visit to the Evergreen House outdoor sculpture exhibit, “Landscape as Laboratory”; a conversation with the author and subject of the book, “Ghetto Medic,” daughter and father Rachel and Bill Hennick; and summer reading picks from Amotic Books’ Benn Ray.
This week (07.06.12 & 07.07.12) on The Signal: The profound history of the absurd tourist trap, “South of the Border”; NPR Political Junkie Ken Rudin at The Stoop; and music and conversation with Bob Keal of Small Sur
This week (06.29.12 & 06.30.12) on The Signal: A visit to Baltimore’s National Pinball Museum; Eden Unger Bowditch talks about her book, “The Atomic Weight of Secrets”; and 90-year-old Isaac Rehert shares poetry form his debut chapbook, “Renaissance”
Gil Sandler, The Thelonius Monk Story, Marion Winik on Bruce Springsteen, and lost-&-found audio of George Carlin
Gilbert Sandler on his new book, “Glimpses of Jewish Baltimore”; a conversation with the minds behind the biographical play, “Sphere: The Thelonious Monk Story”; Marion Winik remembers growing up on the Jersey Shore; and Jeff Dugan shares a long lost 1979 interview he recorded with comedy legend George Carlin
This week (06.15.12 & 06.16.12) on The Signal: “Postcards from the Stoop,” live from Center Stage, with true tales about travel, old-time radio comedy sketches from The Stoop Players, and music from The Egg Babies Orchestra.
June 8th & 9th, 2012, on The Signal:
Two centuries ago, in the tidewater regions of Maryland, traditional African worship practices merged with the beckoning Christianity of the Methodist Church. Born of that cultural intersection was a new hybrid of spiritual and musical devotion, a movement that came to be known as The Singing and Praying Bands.
June 1st & 2nd, 2012, on The Signal:
PHOTO CREDIT: SHANE CARPENTER
Mina Cheon’s “Polipop & Paintings,” Pierce’s Park, fiction from Eric D Goodman, and a Stoop story from Susan Kim
May 4th & 5th, 2012, on The Signal… Pop Art collides with politics at a new Maryland Art Place exhibition of digital paintings by Mina Cheon. We talk with the artist about her unlikely blend of fanciful imagery and serious geopolitical content. We pay a visit to Pierce’s Park, a new public green space and memorial garden located on the Baltimore waterfront. Fiction writer Eric D Goodman joins us with another radio installment of his novel-in-stories, “Tracks,” a peek into the private lives of passengers on a train-ride from Baltimore to Chicago.