Arts & Culture

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2:34 pm
Mon September 5, 2011

Orla Fallon on Dear Green Place

Cindy Funk, host of Dear Green Place, was joined over the phone by Orla Fallon. Fallon will be stopping in Dayton at the Dayton Art Institute on her tour around the country. 

   

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Books
12:33 pm
Mon September 5, 2011

Book Nook: Spycatcher by Matthew Dunn

Matthew Dunn knows quite a lot about the spy business. Dunn experienced the world of espionage first hand as an agent for MI6, Great Britain's top secret intelligence agency.

Dunn retired a decade ago to start a family. He has just published his first spy novel in a forthcoming series featuring the MI6 super spy Will Cochrane.

In this interview Dunn discusses his espionage background  and how he conceived of this series and his lethal protagonist.

Arts & Culture
11:40 am
Sun September 4, 2011

Conrad's Corner: An Interview With Maxine Skuba

Maxine Skuba is a professional counselor and teaches Life/Work Planning classes at Wright State University, Clark State Community College and Antioch University Midwest.  Over the last 16 years she has subdued her inner critic and is now comfortable with also being called a poet.

Here Skuba speaks with Conrad Balliet about writing as threapy, travel and inspiration. 

Arts & Culture
2:56 pm
Fri September 2, 2011

Live on Kaleidoscope: Andy Copp

Local filmmaker Andy Copp

Local filmmaker Andy Copp makes a return visit to the WYSO studios to talk about his latest work-in-progress, Church of the Eyes and his Independent Shadow Cinema series at Englewood Cinema.

Englewood Cinema will also host a retrospective of Andy Copp's work on September 2nd.

 

Music
11:52 am
Fri September 2, 2011

Live on Kaleidoscope: Paige Beller

Paige Beller
Photo by Aaron Cline

Paige Beller is a local singer songwriter who performs on her own and with indie punk band Jasper the Colossal. Earlier this summer, Beller released a new solo album called Don't You Dare and is already writing songs for the next album. Don't You Dare was recorded with Jason Gilmore (We Were Animals, Ed vs Radio) at his home studio which Beller says gave her a chance to hear her work objectively and allowed her songs to evolve.

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