Juliet Fromholt

Webmaster / Reporter / Deputy Operations Director / Host, Kaleidoscope & Alpha Rhythms

Juliet Fromholt has been listening to WYSO for as long as she can remember.  She began volunteering at the station while also serving as Program Director and General Manager at WWSU, the student station at her
alma mater, Wright State University.  Juliet does many things at WYSO including overseeing the station's web and social media presence, producing news features, and hosting two music programs.  In her spare time, Juliet serves as music editor DaytonMostMetro.com and is proud to serve as a board member for the Antioch Writers' Workshop and Cityfolk.

Ways To Connect

John Alexander

In a painting called Opry, braided strands of color start out bright at the top of the canvas but get muddy as they reach the bottom. Art critic and writer Ellie Bronson says that the artist, Bernard Frize likes to play games

"These games have had to do with anything from removing the skins that form on the top of open paint cans and plastering them on a canvas until the can was empty to painting blindfolded directed by an assistant or someone else," says Bronson.

Dirty Little Secrets is a local variety show in the style of old vaudeville shows with a vast array of performers.  Organizer J.T. Ryder visited the WYSO studios to talk about the show.  He was joined by local musician Chris Wright whose band Parlour Tricks will perform at the next show.

The latest installment of Dirty Little Secrets featuring C. Wright's Parlour Tricks is Wednesday, March 16th at Wiley's Comedy Club in downtown Dayton.

Reece Lincoln is a young performer who's made a big impression in the local blues community.  After releasing their album, Soul of a Man, the Reece Lincoln Band visited the WYSO studio for a live performance.  They chatted with Kaleidoscope host Juliet Fromholt about writing and recording together and their upcoming live performances.

The Reece Lincoln Band will perform on March 12 at Gilly's as part of the Dayton Blues Society's Blues for a Cure. 

Louisville band had been slowing coming together over the years, and now they feel like all of the players are in place.  The band visited the WYSO studios on their way to a show at Dayton's South Park Tavern, and chatted with Kaleidoscope host Juliet Fromholt about writing, recording their latest album Arise, Great Warrior and future plans.

The Fervor performed at South Park Tavern on Wenesday, February 23 with the Smug Brothers and the Motel Beds.

The second installment of the SOCHE Talks feature Chris Burns-Dibiasio, Director of Community Relations at Wilmington College. Today she talks about Wilmington's Grow Food Grow Hope Project.

Around the country there are groups of women who sing at the bedsides of people who are sick or dying. It's called Threshold singing and there are choirs all over the United States, including one in Yellow Springs.

The idea was born in 1990 when Kate Munger was caring for a friend who was dying of AIDS in California. After spending the morning doing practical things doing the dishes and cleaning house, Munger sat down at her friend's bedside unsure of what to do next. So she began to sing.

Stories from the Yellow Springs Post Office

Dec 27, 2010
Katie Tilly

Stories from the village of Yellow Springs gathered at the post office during one long day by WYSO reporters and volunteers. It's an audio time capsule about a small town with a long history on the first day of the holiday mailing season, the Monday after Thanksgiving, 2010.

Five reporters contributed to this story: Emily McCord, Jerry Kenney, Juliet Fromholt, Sarah Buckingham and Katie Tilly, plus independent radio producer Katie Davis. Hosted by Neenah Ellis.

Geraldine Brooks, the Dayton Literary Peace Prize 2010 lifetime achievement winner on moments of peace. Also included are closing thoughts from Nick Clooney, the master of ceremonies for the Dayton Literary Peace Prize awards.

For more information on the Dayton Literary Peace Prize, visit www.daytonliterarypeaceprize.org

Marlon James, the fiction winner of the 2010 Dayton Literary Peace Prize for The Book of Night Women, on peace, writing and teaching.

For more information on the Dayton Literary Peace Prize, visit www.daytonliterarypeaceprize.org

Dave Eggers, nonfiction winner of the 2010 Dayton Literary Peace Prize for his book Zeitoun, on writing and peace.

For more information on the Dayton Literary Peace Prize, visit www.daytonliterarypeaceprize.org

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