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Arts & Culture

Ulter Nation is the second full length album from Dayton-based duo Dirty/Clean.  Josh Egeland and Jay Madewell made a return visit to the WYSO studios to talk with Kaleidoscope host Juliet Fromholt about the album, its influences, other collaborations/musical projects and more.

Ulter Nation is available at Omega Music in downtown Dayton and GameSwap Kettering or online at: http://dirtycleanmusik.bandcamp.com/

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David Garrison reads Robert Brimm's poem, "Culture Lunch."

Writing a novel can be an arduous endeavor. "Crossing the Street" by Molly Campbell went through numerous rewrites before the author felt that she had gotten it right. This is the story of Beck Throckmorton. Beck works as a barista at Starbucks-this is merely a cover for her real occupation writing steamy erotica that she publishes.

Charlie Tipton
Jennifer Taylor

Songwriter Charlie Tipton returned to the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleidoscope accompanied by Phil Bradley-Hutchinson.  Tipton talked about forming and performing with a full band, upcoming gigs, recording and more.

Charlie Tipton will perform at the Oregon Express on Saturday, May 27th. 

Ruby the Rabbitfoot
Natalie + Neal

After the release of last summer's Divorce Party, Ruby the Rabbitfoot is back on the road for the second leg of her tour.  Ahead of her appearance at MOTR in Cincinnati, she chatted with Kaleidoscope host Juliet Fromholt about album, songwriting and more. 

Ruby the Rabbitfoot will perform at MOTR in Cincinnati on Thursday, May 25th. 

The Nautical Theme is a new project from Matt Shetler and Tesia Mallory, who had previously performed together in Good Luck Year.  The duo made their debut at Side Show 12 and visited the WYSO studios, amidst some inclement weather in the Miami Valley, for a live performance on Kaleidoscope and conversation with Juliet Fromholt.

Lori Gravley reads Marian Schwilk-Thomas' poem, "Abundance of Silence."

Professional forecasters have wonderful jobs, don't they? Weather forecasters can be completely wrong about the weather and they still get to keep their jobs. Political pundits and pollsters can be absolutely wrong about the outcomes of elections and they will be back the next day with more polls and predictions. Nice work, right?

Conrad Balliet reads Jane Kretschman's poem, "Death Is Embarrassing"

"Two Paths - America Divided or United" by John Kasich

Last year our Ohio Governor John Kasich mounted an unsuccessful campaign to try to secure the nomination to become his party's candidate in our 2016 presidential election. The political neophyte and outsider candidate Donald Trump steamrolled his opposition and went on to win the race for the presidency. Throughout the GOP primaries John Kasich distinguished himself as a voice of reason during candidate debates.

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