Arts & Culture

Wallace Stroby returned to the program to talk about his latest novel featuring Crissa Stone, the third in this series. These books are crime novels and Crissa is a criminal. She's always looking for the next big score and in "The Devil's Share" she might have gotten a lot more than she bargained for. Crissa gets involved with some shady characters who are smuggling stolen art from a war zone in the Middle East. It is always good to learn from your mistakes especially when your errors can prove to be fatal ones.

Jennifer Taylor

The Wretched Few return to the WYSO studios after the release of their album, Wretched Enough To Know Better. The band performed live on Kaleidoscope and chatted with host Juliet Fromholt about writing and recording the album, upcoming live shows and more.

The Wretched Few will perform on Friday, November 6th at South Park Tavern.

Lori Gravley reads Julie Moore's poem,  "I Have Something To Say."

 

Mary Jo White reads her poem, "Halloween At The Grocery."

Visitors of all ages will learn fun aerospace principles during Family Day at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force.  This is from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday and you are encouraged to wear Halloween costumes. Those who participate in activities will receive goody bags with candy and aviation trading cards (while supplies last).

Rita Coleman reads her poem, "Light Year."

Dayton-area horror host Baron Von Porkchop returns to the WYSO studios for his Halloween visit to Kaleidsocope.  The Baron talks about the Halloween season so far and his upcoming Terrifying Tales of the Macabre Halloween Special.

Baron Von Porkchop's 5th Annual Halloween Special will air on DATV and MVCC at midnight on October 30th. The Baron will make an appearance at GameSwap Kettering on October 31st at 7pm.

Hope Road performers rehearse for their upcoming show about Harlem.
Hope Road Organization

Theater at its best can address universal themes for the audience and the actors: the struggle for human dignity, relationships, conflict.

Marietta Ball reads her poem, "Carnivorous"

Julie Moore reads Marian Schwilke-Thomas' "Potato Parable."

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