Bobby Jackson was sincere about the service of delivering quality content to stations and audiences, and his absence is huge. His last week he produced this Holiday show, and nothing would please him more than to have it air on stations.
The elementary particle the neutrino may hold the key to some of the deepest mysteries of the universe, like why the universe contains matter at all. But the neutrino is unlike any other matter particle (matter particle). Neutrinos are electrically neutral, have very little mass and may be its own anti-particle! And that’s just the beginning. Tune in tonight when Inquiry welcomes HEINRICH PÄS, professor of Theoretical Particle Physics at the Technische Universität in Dortmund, Germany. His new book, THE PERFECT WAVE: WITH NEUTRINOS AT THE BOUNDARY OF SPACE AND TIME is a wonderful summary of all the exciting research that has shown that the neutrino may be the key to understanding the structure space and time. Pictured is the Ice Cube Neutrino detector talked about on this show.
Tonight on Inquiry we speak with NICK CAPASSO, Director of the Fitchburg Art Museum and artist JUAN JOSÉ BARBOZA-GUBO. Barboza-Gubo’s stunning installation “Pink Narcissus” will be at the Fitchburg Art Museum for most of this summer. Tune in and learn about his beautiful and complex sculptures and paintings, which use a variety of materials like metal, crystal and even blood to express complex ideas of metamorphosis and the transformation of the self and body. To see examples of Barboza-Gubo’s amazing works, go to his website: http://barboza-gubo.com/artwork/3343135.html
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In her new book “The Insanity Hoax” Schlesinger lays siege to the popular notion that to be truly creative, a person must be mentally unbalanced. A PhD psychologist and a jazz critic, Schlesinger discusses myths about Charlie Parker, Chet Baker and other jazz musicians presumed to have been insane to some degree. Judy and Judith discuss the psychology of genius and Judith’s fascinating and multi-faceted career.
MacArthur Grant recipient and master pianist Vijay Iyer makes his debut at the House of Swing. Bassist Stephan Crump and drummer Marcus Gilmore round out Iyer's critically acclaimed trio. Wendell Pierce Hosts.
When it comes to speaking out about violence against women and girls, men need to step it up. So says Women Thrive Worldwide the Washington based organization that has been front and center on many issues affecting women and young girls across the globe. Tune in this Sunday evening when Al speaks with Chris Burley Vice President of communications for Women Thrive Worldwide and hear how dads can play a vital role in protecting their daughters.
In an all-new The Business Beat, Steve Jones-D'Agostino, strategic Partner of Susan Wagner PR + Best Rate of Climb, interviews Lauren Monroe, director, and Adam Morrison Zelny, assistant director of Worcester Think Tank. They talk about building on Worcester’s newfound entrepreneurial spirit.
The Think Tank is a for-profit business that’s located in the former Sprinkler Factory building on Harlow Street - just off Worcester’s Lincoln Street. The center’s mission is to provide an academic-resource center where youth and adults can come together for personal, social and intellectual growth.
The Think Tank offers concentrations of study from a passionate, patient and talented staff, sensitive to the values of diverse backgrounds and unique learning styles. The center is a safe learning environment where mutual respect, inclusion and support for each other’s learning processes are essential. The goal is to encourage students to be life-long learners who carry their talents and inspiration into the wider world.
The Think Tank has five guiding principles:
- Provide an interactive, hands-on learning environment with small classroom sizes, where students don't just learn - they also experience
- Provide an inclusive experience where students, parents, and teachers all play important roles in the center's evolution
- Provide a learning environment where emotional and physical safety is a top priority
- Select staff for their ability to communicate effectively, share enthusiasm and create a safe and supportive environment for students
- Collaborate with local organizations in the development of innovative courses and workshops for youth and adults
This week on Inquiry we have a lively and far-ranging conversation with writer CATHERINE REID. She directs the undergraduate Creative Writing Program at Warren Wilson College. Her new collection of essays is titled FALLING INTO PLACE: AN INTIMATE GEOGRAPHY OF HOME. These essays focus on Catherine’s life and explorations in the Berkshires and hill towns of Massachusetts. But these pieces are much more than writing about the natural beauty of the area and also touch on issues of love, relationships, fragility, community and politics. Her writing is consistently captivating and powerful. Tune in and find out why.
Inquiry welcomes ARTHUR I. MILLER, Professor Emeritus at University College London. Since the 1980s, Professor Miller has been interested in what he calls ARTSCI, the fascinating area where art and science meet. Tune in and learn about some of the artwork produced when artists collaborate with scientists and technicians. Professor Miller’s dynamic history of this work is titled COLLIDING WORLDS: HOW CUTTING-EDGE SCEINCE IS REDEFINING CONTEMPORARY ART.
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A musician with tremendous talent, Bassist and composer Mike Pope builds significant musical, personal and spiritual bridges between the past, present and future with his music; particularly his third album. His newest work exhibits the essence of jazz: rich melodies, lush chords, and sensual rhythms bringing out the right and best qualities he possesses.
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