For today's aviation commentary, Paul Glenshaw has an unlikely story. See if you can imagine this: a congressman risks his life for a self funded world peace mission. The Smithsonian loans an airplane from its collection for a solo round- the- world flight. A pilot makes that flight and does nothing to exploit his achievement. Yet, as Glenshaw tells us, all these things happened, in 1951, to one Peter Mack.
Brandon Semler (Guitar/Vocals), Rick Sanders (Bass/Vocals), and Tyler Spears (Drums) have been performing together as Noodle Factory since 2012. The trio began performing their favorite classic rock songs but are now moving towards more original material that spans many different genres. The band visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleidoscope and talked with host Juliet Fromholt about writing, recording and the combining their music influences to form the band's sound.
Noodle Factory's debut album, Buzz, will be released December 13th.
The Dayton LGBT Film Festival, returns to The Neon Movies this weekend. It is the ninth year for the premiere LGBT event. In this interview, WYSO's Jerry Kenney speaks with Jonathan McNeil of the Neon about this year's lineup of feature-length movies, short films, documentaries and special events.
Below is the full festival schedule from The Neon Movies:
Friday, October 10 - 7:30 - Sponsored by Square One Salon & Spa
THE WAY HE LOOKS, Brazil, Directed by Daniel Ribeiro - 95 Minutes