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History Talk from Origins
4:36 pm
Sun April 13, 2014

The Fate of Crimea, the Future of Ukraine, Part I

Credit Nessa Gnatoush

The world has been electrified these past weeks by the explosive events in Ukraine: a dramatic political revolution in Kyiv's Freedom Square, the surprise annexation of Crimea into Russia, and rising tensions between Russia and the United States/European Union that are reminiscent of the darkest of Cold War days.

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Books
1:34 pm
Sun April 13, 2014

Book Nook: On The Flyleaf, by Herbert Woodward Martin (Part 1)

Herbert Woodward Martin's latest collection of poetry features a number of poems that Professor Martin has written over the years upon the flyleaves of other books that he was reading at the time. Here's an example:

On the Flyleaf of Hush I

Light melancholy

somber wind

flood of fire

lava distilled

nothing said

Herb Martin taught for many years at the University of Dayton. During this interview he provides listeners with glimpses into his life as a teacher and poet. He also reads a number of poems from his latest collection.

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Arts & Culture
7:59 pm
Sat April 12, 2014

Conrad's Corner: April 12, 2014

Conrad Balliet reads Julie Moore's poem, "Palm Sunday."

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Arts & Culture
7:59 pm
Fri April 11, 2014

Conrad's Corner: April 11, 2014

Conrad Balliet reads Eric Blanchard's "Beware of Poet."

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Commentary
12:15 pm
Fri April 11, 2014

What's Great in Dayton: April 11 - 17, 2014

Volunteers at Garden Station.

On Saturday, 9:30 to noon, in Memorial Hall there is a workshop Justice & Equality In Dayton: Launching a Movement to Challenge Economic Injustice. No registration or fee required. Just come.

Sunwatch is having two presentations on Saturday. At 10:30 you can learn all about how and why the gold objects were used by four cultures in the ancient Andes. And at 2pm enjoy an afternoon of Native American flute music with Grammy and Nammy award winning performer Joseph FireCrow.

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