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.
The National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center in Wilberforce opened its doors 26 years ago this April. Rediscovered Radioâ€™s Jocelyn Robinson found historic audio in the WYSO Archives, and offers a look at how the museum has fared over the years.
Back in the fall of 1980, WYSO News aired a story on the National Afro-American Museum project. Even then, according to reporter Brian McCormick, the museum had been in the works for a long time:
Climate change is already being felt by natural systems around the world â€“ and locally. We can see how flowers react to temperatures as they first emerge in the spring. And now, we have a specific record for our area. For more than three decades, one avid local gardener has been keeping a diary of the first-flowering date of many species in her yard, like snowdrops, crocuses, bleeding hearts and crab apples.
Combining a classic rock and roll sensibility with a danceable horn section, the 10 members of Ohio Brass & Electric brought their full sound into the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleidoscope.Â In between songs, the band spoke with host Juliet Fromholt about its formation, the logistics of being a large band and how they choose what songs to perform
Ohio Brass & Electric will perform at Peach's Grill in Yellow Springs on Saturday, April 19th.