Arts & Culture

Hosts: Dixie Treichel John Townsend

Guests: Bettina Schelker, Ina Nicosia-Schelker, Ali Sands, Melissa Birch

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Siri Hustvedt calls in to talk about her newest novel, The Sorrows of an American, a book that incorporates her long-standing interest in memory and the brain. Siri Hustvedt’s previous novels include What I Loved and The Enchantment of Lily Dahl.

In the second half of the show, Robert Alexander joins us in the studio to talk about The Romanov Bride, newly out in paperback. Robert Alexander’s previous novels include The Kitchen Boy and Rasputin’s Daughter, and he has written a series of mysteries under the name R. D. Zimmerman.

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A special night as the Echo Chamber presented our annual Beautiful Sounds of Women…Around the World special. In celebration of National Women’s History Month, and honoring International Women’s Day, we featured a great list of women singers players.

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Yael Furman, talking about the new Step-Hear-system.

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Call in Guest: Nou Vang, Executive Director for Hmong National Development (HND) from Washington DC

Hmong National Development, Inc. (HND)‘s mission is to build capacity, develop leadership and empower the Hmong American community.

Check out the website:
http://hndinc.org

Song of the Week: New Breed – Hnub Kawg Rau Kuv from Oroville, CA.

www.myspace.com/newbreedbandmusic

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Whales!

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Captain Blood, Part 9 by Raphael Sabatini, and produced by the Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air.
Short works by Ken Nordine and from ZBSRuby 7.5.

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