Arts & Culture

Authors & Audio's first appearance on Kaleidoscope was nearly five years ago when the band had released its first album. The band returned to the WYSO studios after the release of its third full length album, The Man With the Octopus Arms, to perform live and talk about plans for 2015.

Aimee Noel reads her poem, "Inverted Water."

Carol Stoner reads her poem, "Fax Machine."

Janeal Ravndal reads her poem, "Night School."

Craigslist originally brought the members of Top Hat Black together nearly two years ago.  With an EP released in August, the band is forging ahead and visited the WYSO studios for an acoustic performance on Excursions. 

Top Hat Black will perform on January 17th at Peaches in Yellow Springs.

Saturday, January 17th marks the second Winterfolk Festival at the Yellow Cab Building in downtown Dayton.  It's a gathering of solo musicians as well as full bands, and several of the bill's songwriters visited the WYSO studios for a live preview performance. In addition to acoustic performances from Jacqueline Mays, Wheatley Matthews and David Payne, Harold Hensley and Charles Hartman chatted about the all ages event.

The Winterfolk Festival is Saturday, January 17th at Yellow Cab Building on Fourth Street in Dayton.

John Pops Dickerson

Terrapin Moon return to the WYSO studios a year after their first live set on Kaleidoscope.  With a revamped lineup featuring former members, the band performed live and talked to host Juliet Fromholt about their plans for the new year which include live shows as well as continuing a recording project.

Terrapin Moon will perform at Hank's Pub on Dayton on Valentine's Day.

Elizabeth Schmidt reads her poem, "The Bully."

Thursday, January 15, 2015

The Dayton Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center MLK Breakfast & Program

9:00 a.m.

Speaker: Rev. Leon Wilkinson, Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Middletown, OH and Chaplain/Teacher, MonDay Community Correctional Institution, Dayton, OH

Donation: $10

Ticket Information:  Cheryl Dixon, 937-268-6511, ext. 2353

Location:  Dayton Veterans Center, Bldg. 305, 4100 W. Third Street Dayton, OH 45428

(from left) Louise Smith, David Fleming and John Fleming

On Miami Valley StoryCorps we bring you conversations between local people who went to the StoryCorps booth in Dayton last spring. Today we meet David Fleming who moved to Yellow Springs after Hurricane Katrina. In the StoryCorps booth, he talked with his nephew John Fleming and John’s wife Louise Smith about his childhood in New Orleans and how it influenced his artistic career.

This interview was edited by Community Voices producer Renee Wilde.