Arts & Culture

We speak with poet, photographer and video artist Mike Hazard, artist-in-residence at The Center for International Education. His series of videos includes Jim Northrup, Robert Bly, Thomas McGrath, Frederick Manfred, Tiger Jack Rosenbloom and Jerry Rudquist.

We also talk with Jonathan Katz about his new book The Second-Chance Dog: A Love Story. He is a journalist who has written for The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Boston Globe and now Slate.com. He is also a novelist and has written many books about his relationship with dogs.

See playlist below!

Valentine’s Day Special featuring a conversation with Ruth Moody!

Music Host / Engineer: Jean Silverberg
News Host: Ryan Dawes
Producer: Ron Thums

The great Bellows Bros (Tom Klein & Dan (Daddy Squeeze) Newton) kept us speechless for 30 minutes and that's a first. Tom on uilleann (elbow) pipes and Dan on accordion played some sweet sounds. No CDs just live music all the way.

Black History Month Tribute

The first half of Health Notes was devoted to the contributions of great African Queens and Kings, from Cleopatra to Hannibal.

The second half gives tribute to the great Dr. Maya Angelou, Dr. Maya Angelou is a remarkable Renaissance woman who is hailed as one of the great voices of contemporary literature. As a poet, educator, historian, best-selling author, actress, playwright, civil-rights activist, producer and director, she continues to travel the world, spreading her legendary wisdom. Within the rhythm of her poetry and elegance of her prose lies Angelou’s unique power to help readers of every orientation
span the lines of race. Angelou captivates audiences through the vigor and sheer beauty of her words and lyrics

Home Is The Hangman, by Roger Zelazny. A robot sent out into space returns to Earth, and one of its creators dies under suspicious circumstances. Are the two related? A classic science fiction novella from Sci-Fi Radio.

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