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Iveta Jusova grew up in Czechoslovakia. She wasn't that aware of feminism until she went away to college. At the university she immersed herself in learning about it and her studies became the gateway to her future career.  In this collection of essays readers will discover that the development of feminism in a socialist society and in what is now the Czech Republic bore some significant differences from the feminist movements in countries like England and the United States.

Conrad Balliet reads Gary Pacernick's poems, "Story From the Chemo Ward" and "Track 7"

Cheaper Than Therapy is songwriter David Payne's latest release.  Payne visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleidoscope and talked with host Juliet Fromholt about recording the EP, songwriting and more.

David Payne will celebrate the release of Cheaper Than Therapy on Saturday, August 19th at the Yellow Cab.

Hailing from Philadelphia, Honey Radar visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleidoscope between tour stops.  The band talked with host Juliet Fromholt about their recording process, regional ties and more.

Learn more about the band at: http://honeyradar.com/

David Williamson from the Rotary Club of Dayton joined Niki Dakota live in the studio on Excursions to talk about the upcoming Peacebuilders Walk and Village, held on September 10th at RiverScape MetroPark prior to the WYSO Community Concert. 

The 2017 Peacebuilders Walk and Village begins at 4pm on Sunday, September 10th at RiverScape Metropark. Learn more at: https://www.facebook.com/events/705727802968969/

Conrad Balliet reads Jane Kretschman's poem, "Scrapping."

Daniel Dye and the Miller Road Band return to Excursions ahead of their own Madden Road Music Festival and their performance at Art on the Commons.  The band performed live and chatted with host Niki Dakota about their travels and more. 

The Madden Road Music Festival is Saturday, August 12th in Mutual, Ohio.  Learn more at: www.maddenroadmusic.com

Eric Loy returned to the WYSO studios for a live performance on Excursion ahead of his performance at Oakwood's Wright Memorial Library, which is the inaugural performance in the library's music series. Loy was joined by Wright Library Engagement Specialist Tracy Staley who talked about the overall series and upcoming library activties.

Eric Loy will perform at Wright Memorial Library on Thursday, August 17th.  For a full music and programming schedule, visit www.wrightlibrary.org 

Astrea Taylor returned to our studios to discuss her latest book, "Belle Dame Sans Merci," an urban fantasy novel that showcases the author's vivid imagination. The main character is a woman who has become a demon. She is trying to improve her karma enough to be admitted to heaven. Until she does so she'll continue with her lethal labors for a truly devilish boss. Taylor's vision of the precincts of hell is complex and profoundly amusing.

Songwriter Jeremy Pinnell returned to the WYSO studios ahead of the release of his new album Songs of Blood & Affection on SofaBurn Records. Pinnell performed live on Kaleidoscope and talked with host Juliet Fromholt about writing and recording the album.  They were joined in studio by SofaBurn Records' Chris Mueller who gave an update on the label's latest releases. 

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