Join host Tom Shaker and celebrate the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. on tonight’s show. Dr. King’s message had quite a soundtrack, featuring artists like Aretha Franklin, James Brown, The Impressions and Sam Cooke to name just a few. It all starts at 7pm!
Astor Piazzolla's impact on tango heralded a stunning new incarnation of the art form: Nuevo Tango. His native Argentina - and the rest of the world - was never the same. Pablo Aslan and Paquito D'Rivera are no lightweights either, and they present an hour of hot Latin tango. Wendell Pierce Hosts.
Grégoire Maret began playing the harmonica at age 17. His childhood was filled with a diverse array of musical influences from his Harlem born, African-American mother and his Swiss father, a local jazz musician. After his Grammy win in 2005, Maret embarked on a two-year tour with the world-class bassist Marcus Miller and subsequently joined Herbie Hancock’s band.
Sexting became a popular word with Anthony Weiner and fodder for late-night comedians. Yet in the world of the selfie, numerous people are now doing sexting. A recent study showed that large numbers of teenagers are doing sexting. Numerous couples are now doing sexting as they become involved with each other. Yet sexting can go seriously wrong, as websites sprout up with offers to post revealing photos of an ex to get revenge. Yet despite this more and more Americans are doing sexting. Why? Does sexting cause greater are risk behaviors? Does it hurt actual intimacy? Tune in this Sunday evening when Al is joined by author and relationship expert George Moufarrej.
Since the beginning of civilizations, people have been developing technologies to allow them to go out on the water. Seafaring has been critical for trade, conquest and warfare. Our guest tonight on Inquiry is maritime historian Lincoln Paine who has written a stunning new monumental book titled The Sea and Civilizaton: A Maritime History of the World. Tune in and learn about how the peoples of Oceania navigated out-riggers and double canoes across the wide Pacific thousands of years ago. Tonight we welcome back Richard A. Bradley, Associate Professor in the Department of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology at The Ohio State University for part 3 of a conversation about his wonderful new guide Common Spiders of North America. Tonight we talk about what happens to spiders in the winter, why spiders often come in your house and how common really dangerous spiders are, including tarantulas. Spoiler alert: tarantulas may look really scary, but looks can be deceiving.
Featuring songs from Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, Barbara Dane, Schooner Fare, Harry Chapin, Gordon Lightfoot, the Limeliters, and so many more; and featuring an interview with the wonderfully talented singer-songwriter Jen Chapin.
Angela Davis is an Australian saxophonist, composer, and writer. Angela has a Masters of Music from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and a Bachelor of Music with first class honors from the Queensland Conservatorium of Music in Australia. She also holds her Associate of Music in classical saxophone from the Australian Music Examinations Board.
Arnie Krakowsky is a professional jazz musician, playing tenor saxophone for the last 40 years. He currently resides in Boston, MA where he works regularly in the jazz music industry.
Tonight on inquiry we have a lively conversation with HONEE A HESS, Executive Director of the WORCESTER CENTER FOR CRAFTS about the new exhibition and celebration called ¡CARNAVAL! This exhibition of items of international folk art, photography, and video is about the pre-Lenten traditional celebrations, rituals and parades from around the world. Tune in and hear Honee talk about her life growing up with Mardi Gras in New Orleans. For the complete schedule of events at the Worcester Center For Crafts, please go to: http://www.worcester.edu/WCC/default.aspx
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