Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture
5:28 pm
Thu April 14, 2011

Live on Kaleidoscope: Omega Music and the Buddha Den

Record Store Day 2011 coverage continues on Kaleidoscope with an interview with Alex Staiger from Omega Music and Kyle Melton and Don Thrasher of the Buddha Den.  They discuss the day of music and festivities that will be taking place at Omega Music in honor of their first Record Store Day in their Fifth Street location as well as what the tradition of listening to music on vinyl means for local music as well as the Staiger family. 

Music
4:47 pm
Thu April 14, 2011

Live on Kaleidoscope: Kelley Deal and the Buffalo Killers

Kelley Deal and the Buffalo Killers
Credit Brooke Medlin

After the Breeders invited the Buffalo Killers to play at All Tomorrow's Parties, Kelley Deal was approached to cover a Guided by Voices song for No More Fake Labels' Sing for Your Meat compilation.  So she contacted the Buffalo Killers to collaborate on a rendition of "Scalding Creek." 

Kelley Deal and the Buffalo Killers performed live on Kaleidoscope and talked about their collaboration.  Sing for Your Meat: a Tribute to Guided by Voices will be released on Record Store Day, April 16th on No More Fake Labels.

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Miami Valley StoryCorps
9:00 am
Wed April 13, 2011

Kim Clay & Vanessa Stanton-Clay

"We have been truly blessed since the plant has closed - because some people have committed suicide, divorces, people have lost their homes, their cars... We're still standing. Everytime we think we're going under the water, something pushes us right back up."

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Arts & Culture
7:59 pm
Mon April 11, 2011

Conrad's Corner: April 11, 2011

Julie Moore reads her poem, "Out Here."

Books
1:45 pm
Mon April 11, 2011

Book Nook: The Complaints, by Ian Rankin

Ian Rankin is one of the most popular mystery writers in the United Kingdom. For twenty years he wrote a series of detective novels featuring John Rebus, a cantankerous deputy inspector with the Edinburgh (Scotland) Police.

That series was written in chronological order so that when Rebus reached the mandatory retirement age Rankin simply ended it. That was a few years ago.

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