Music
1:06 pm
Sun January 15, 2012

Live on Kaleidoscope: Nine False Suns

Nine False Suns

Nine False Suns combines rock and roll, reggae, jazz and funk into their own unique sound like allows them to explore all sorts of musical territory.  The band is planning a lot of activity for 2012 including recording and more live shows. 

You can see Nine False Suns perform at Canal Street Tavern on February 4th as part of the Dayton Does Dayton music festival.

Movie Interviews
11:21 am
Sun January 15, 2012

Ryan Tedder: A Hit-Maker With A Golden Touch

Ryan Tedder performs with OneRepublic in 2011.
Doug Pensinger Getty Images

Originally published on Sun January 15, 2012 6:45 pm

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Pop Culture
10:46 am
Sun January 15, 2012

Golden Globes: Comedy Vies With Drama This Season

The Golden Globes have equally good comedy and drama masks this year.

Alongside heavyweight dramas, the category for best musical or comedy at the Globes usually is more of a lark, with nominees rarely emerging with best-picture prospects for Hollywood's top prize, the Academy Awards.

Yet Sunday's musical or comedy contenders make up a strong bunch that could give their best-drama cousins at the Globes a run for their money come Oscar time.

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SOCHE Talks
10:44 am
Sun January 15, 2012

Making a Difference in Cynical Times: The Possibilities of Social Entrepreneurship

The January 2012 installment of SOCHE TALKS featuring Kathy Rowell from Sinclair Community College on making a difference in cynical times.

The SOCHE Talks are a collaboration with the Southwest Ohio Council for Higher Education. In this monthly series we’ll hear from faculty and staff from areas colleges and universities on a wide variety of subjects. It's an effort to bring Miami Valley research and thinking into the public arena – a way to enlighten the world with local knowledge.

Origins Podcast
9:00 am
Sun January 15, 2012

Re-Mapping American Politics: The Redistricting Revolution Fifty Years Later

The 1812 political cartoon that led to the coining of the term Gerrymander.

Alongside the Presidential nomination process, the most prominent American political news stories these days are about the heated, high-stakes struggles over redistricting. The modern era of reapportioning state and federal legislative districts began almost exactly a half century ago when the U.S. Supreme Court decided Baker v. Carr (1962).

Africa
8:00 am
Sun January 15, 2012

Aid Efforts Need Help Getting To Somalia's Famine

Somalia has been struggling with the effects of a drought that began two years ago, causing a famine that's affected millions of people. Aid groups from around the world have been pushing hard to get food and aid to the people who need it, but those efforts have been hampered by the ongoing war. Host Rachel Martin talks to Mark Bowden, the United Nation's humanitarian coordinator for Somalia.

Around the Nation
8:00 am
Sun January 15, 2012

Daughter Auctions Stradivari Cello To Hear It Again

The cello belonging to the late Bernard Greenhouse from the Beaux Arts Trio goes up for auction on Monday. The instrument is one of only 60 cellos in the world today that were made by the master Antonio Stradivari and is expected to fetch a price in the millions. Host Rachel Martin speaks with Greenhouse's daughter, Elena Delbanco, and her husband, Nicholas Delbanco, an author who has written about the instrument.

Business
8:00 am
Sun January 15, 2012

A GM Designer's First Car? The Cadillac XDS

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Detroit Auto Show photographers sometimes mistake car designer Christine Park for a spokesmodel. "It's a very male-dominated field," she says, "so it's something that people don't expect."
North American International Auto Show

Originally published on Sun January 15, 2012 7:29 pm

For a car designer, there's probably no scarier time than the auto show. And there's probably no scarier auto show than the Detroit Auto Show. It's like report-card day for car designers, but there doesn't appear to be much that scares Christine Park, a senior creative designer with Cadillac.

She's very eager to show off the Cadillac XTS. Park led the design of the interior of the XTS — pretty impressive, since she's only 28 and graduated from design school just six years ago.

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National Security
8:00 am
Sun January 15, 2012

New System For USS Cole Case At Guantanamo

Originally published on Sun January 15, 2012 7:29 pm

Transcript

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

This is WEEKEND EDITION from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin. This week, the alleged mastermind of the attack on the USS Cole in Yemen will be back in a military courtroom at Guantanamo. Guantanamo just marked a controversial milestone - the 10-year anniversary of its use as a detention center for suspected terrorists. NPR's Dina Temple-Raston is here with us now to talk about this week's hearing, 10 years at Guantanamo and what lies ahead for the prison. Dina, let's start out - tell us a little bit about the hearing that's happening this week.

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Around the Nation
8:00 am
Sun January 15, 2012

Righting The Wrong On MLK's Statue

"I was a drum major for justice, peace and righteousness." That sentence is inscribed on a statue of Martin Luther King Jr. in Washington, D.C. The problem? King never said those words, at least, not exactly. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has given the National Park Service a deadline to correct the inscription. Host Rachel Martin has more.

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