A small group of veterans has been getting some extra attention lately. Their stories have been made into a comic book. WYSO’s Jerry Kenney reports on how it all started.
Charlie Bath enlisted in the Army in 1941, the day after Pearl Harbor. For four years, he proudly served as a wire chief in the signal corps. That job involved running telephone wire all over France and Germany. Charlie was the guy who could climb, so that’s what he did – climbed poles, often checking for live wires by hitting them with a wrench.
Continuing our series of faculty readings from this summer's Antioch Writers' Workshop, Rebecca Morean is a novelist (sometimes writing under the name Abbey Pen Baker), short story writer, essayist and an assistance professor of English at Sinclair Community College. Here she reads from a recently completed novel.
Jim Daniels is best known as poet, but has also written several short story collections and 3 films. Continuing our series of faculty readings from this summer's Antioch Writers' Workshop, Daniels reads several of his poems.
On Saturday November 12th, Kettering Fairmont High will host the 4th annual A Cappella Festival. These events are springing up around the country but Fairmont believes they are blazing the trail. Brody McDonald is the Choir Director at Fairmont - a job he's held for 13 years. The job has its challenges.