Arts & Culture

Some great new stuff tonight…and plenty of great old stuff too. Started off with the legendary dub wizard Lee “Scratch” Perry and his new Back On the Controls album – where Lee was cajoled into doing some actual dub mixing on vintage analogue equipment by the producer Daniel Boyle. More new releases from DJ Vadim (the instrumental version of his excellent “Dubcatcher” album on BBE); Sgt. Remo (with his “Give Thanks for Life” album); Zion Train (with the new “Warrior Step” single); A Man Called PJ; YesKing; Paul Ching Hue & the Wya Band; B. Davis; G-Flux; plus the “Halloween at High Noon – Corpus Vile” compilation from High Noon Records. From there we ventured into material from Cocoa Tea (who was in town Nov. 5), Hollie Cook, Pablo Gad, John Holt, Hugh Masekela, Dub Suppliaz, Dub Syndicate, The Paragons, Up Bustle & Out!, Delhi 2 Dublin, Ranking Ann, Sub Dub, and more…

We speak with Carrie Mesrobian about her new young adult novel Perfectly Good White Boy. She is also the author of Sex & Violence, which won numerous awards, including a Minnesota Book Award.

Ellen Stanley from Womenfolk sits in for Lady J, spinning her own blend of blues, folk and roots music!

Live music by Lucy Michelle & lots of new releases!

Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) in men is often misdiagnosed and typically leads to either no treatment or the wrong treatment. This is the first book to address this under-recognized problem.

Feature Presentation – A little suspense story for the season from Voices in the Wind, from Canada.  It's Every Now and Then, about a couple who finds antiquing takes one of them a bit farther than he'd expected.  Written and directed by George Zarr.

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