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Kinobe, "It Can Be Solved by Walking," and "Needs"

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Ugandan musician Kinobe, Jennifer Wallace’s It Can Be Solved by Walking, and Clarence Brown’s Needs
 

Ugandan multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Kinobe has toured the world, but he comes from a country where there’s no word for ‘music’.  Kinobe talks with Aaron Henkin about the beauty of that paradox, and he shares the ancient sounds of his traditional instruments.

 

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Jennifer Wallace’s book, It Can Be Solved by Walking, was inspired by countless hours spent exploring the city on foot.  The collected poems, essays and photographs reflect on the intricate balance between man, nature, and the built environment. Lisa Morgan met up with Ms. Wallace for a conversation and stroll through one of her favorite neighborhoods in town, Bolton Hill. 

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It Can Be Solved By Walking

 

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novelist Clarence Brown

A Baltimore City detective battles her own secret heroin addiction, all while feverishly stalking the trail of an elusive killer...  Clarence Brown’s crime novel, Needs, has all the suspense of a hard-boiled detective story.  But for the author, the cold realities of his protagonist are all too familiar.  Brown joins Aaron Henkin for a discussion about the book, and what it took to write it.

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Clarence Brown on life and his novel, "Needs"

Aaron creates and produces original radio programs and podcasts for WYPR. His current project is The Maryland Curiosity Bureau. Aaron's neighborhood documentary series, Out of the Blocks, earned the 2018 national Edward R Murrow Award. His past work includes the long-running weekly cultural program, The Signal, and the Smithsonian Folkways Recordings series, Tapestry of the Times. Aaron's stories have aired nationally on NPR's Morning Edition and All Things Considered.
Lisa Morgan covered the local arts community as co-creator and host of WYPR’s award-winning program The Signal from 2004 to 2015. She has created and produced many programs for WYPR, including news stories, features, commentaries, and audio documentaries. She taught audio production at Goucher College and has done voice-over work for a variety of clients. The Weekly Reader is her latest project.