Arts & Culture

Books
1:30 pm
Fri September 24, 2010

Book Nook: Kossoye: A Village Life in Ethiopia, Andrew J. Carlson and Dennis G. Carlson

Andrew J. Carlson and his father Dennis G. Carlson have made a deep connection with the Ethiopian village of Kossoye. That bond has endured for 47 years. The Carlsons travel to Ethiopia frequently. This book is the product of their experiences in this particular African town. The Carlsons have examined numerous aspects of life in this community. They have studied the economic and cultural forces that have shaped the village and the challenges that villagers must face now and in the future.

Arts & Culture
7:59 pm
Thu September 23, 2010

Conrad's Corner: September 23, 2010

Julie Moore reads Jane Kretschman's poem, "Messages Left."

Miami Valley StoryCorps
9:00 am
Wed September 22, 2010

Ruby Wells Nicholson & Jane Scott

"To my way of thinking, that leaf, and people, and animals all deteriorate and become dust to keep creation a'goin' and I think creation is happening all the time."

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Arts & Culture
7:59 pm
Tue September 21, 2010

Conrad's Corner: September 21, 2010

Conrad Balliet reads David Petreman's poems, "Butterflies" and "Without Words"

Books
11:30 am
Fri September 17, 2010

Book Nook: The Glass Rainbow by James Lee Burke

James Lee Burke has spent the past forty years writing exquisitely crafted works of literary fiction. Burke is best known for his series of crime novels featuring the Louisiana lawman Dave Robicheaux. In his latest, "The Glass Rainbow," the 18th book in this series, Dave is plunged into a murder mystery that is based upon some actual unsolved crimes. Dave and his best buddy, the private investigator Clete Purcell, become entangled in the dark schemes of a serial killer. In "The Glass Rainbow" readers can savor the work of an author who it truly on top of his game.

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