In Escape Games, Worcester's hands-on adventures, players work together in a real-life escape-room game. Described as being in the midst of a movie, Escape Games Worcester brings a challenging and exciting quest to life - a cross between a real-life Clue game, a scavenger hunt and a complex puzzle with unlimited possibilities. An escape room provides a fun place to meet up with friends, family, and/or coworkers for true social interaction - mixed with a healthy dose of competition. Tune in this Sunday evening at 10:30 when Al speaks with Escape Games founder Jason Eastty.
Could there be a genuine mathematical genius waiting to be discovered in some corner of the world? Tonight, Inquiry welcomes back mathematician and author KEN ONO. He is the Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Mathematics at Emory University. Tonight he will talk about the SPIRIT OF RAMANUJAN MATH TALENT INITIATIVE a new global search for young mathematical talent. WE also talk about the recent Us victory at the International Math Olympiad.
Many people fear snakes and try to kill them on sight. And of all the snake species here in America, the most feared is the rattlesnake. But tonight’s guest on Inquiry hopes to change your mind if you are one of those with intense snake angst. TED LEVIN is a writer and wildlife biologist. His new book is AMERICA’S SNAKE: THE RISE AND FALL OF THE TIMBER RATTLESNAKE. It is an intimate and loving look at the complex life of this rattlesnake of the northeast and explores why their populations around the area are so endangered. Tune in and find out why this species is so special and deserving of protection.
(and Songwriting) – with special guests August First, The Lied To’s , Mark Mandeville & Raianne Richards, and Sandy Haddon, all live in the studio.
Gypsy Jazz band Ameranouche, returns to DreamFarm to share music from their new CD, “Sunshine Soul.” The guys from Ameranouche always raise the roof in the barn and keep our toes tapping.
“Elizabeth Bishop wrote love poems, and poems about lovemaking and one of the best poems ever written in English about the loss of love, but she had made her way through life as an orphan, a solitary.” (p.296). Tonight on Inquiry, we welcome Pulitzer Prize winning biographer MEGAN MARSHALL. She is the Charles Wesley Emerson College Professor at Emerson College. Her new book is a biography that is also, in part, an autobiography: ELIZABETH BISHOP: A MIRACLE FOR BREAKFAST.
Tonight on Inquiry we welcome back journalist and contributing editor for Outside Magazine, FLORENCE WILLIAMS. Her latest book is THE NATURE FIX: WHY NATURE MAKES US HAPPIER, HEALTHIER, AND MORE CREATIVE. In this book, Williams travels around the world to look at how scientists are trying to explore and quantify how being in forests, parks, deserts, and rivers can lower our blood pressure, reduce stress and perhaps help people deal with PTSD and ADHD.
Author and radio personality, Jonathan Schwartz is a musical evangelist. Whether enticing his listeners with the sounds of the standards, or enlightening them with tidbits about those songs, his goal is to enhance the enjoyment of it all. 2017 marks Jonathan’s fiftieth year in broadcasting, if you don’t count his original radio gig broadcasting to his neighbors in his Manhattan apartment building when he was a youngster. In celebration of his long career, we revisit my 2006 conversation with Jonathan Schwartz, recorded shortly after he published his memoir.
POSITIVE NOISE gets a jump on Valentine’s Day with a show of rock songs about falling in love, breaking up, cheating, unrequited love, and the rest of the unpredictable mess of relationships. Throughout the night we will feature the great love songs of ELVIS COSTELLO. Host: Uncle “Be still my heart” Mark.
Johnny Guitar Watson is in tonight's funky spotlight. With songs like "A Real Mother For Ya" "Ain't That A Bitch" and "Superman Lover" this bluesman reinvented himself as one of the funkiest guitarists and singers in the business. Spend a very funky evening with host Tom Shaker. It all starts at 7pm.
Samora Pinderhughes says that jazz has the power to reflect “radical imagination.” To the Bay Area-native, mid-twenties pianist and composer, that means challenging the status quo with his multi-movement “Transformations Suite.” The suite combines theater, music and poetry to examine and explore the history of African diasporic protest, work and protest movements. Samora hopes to “use that exploration to imagine a way forward collectively for us in this new moment.” Jazz Night in America travels to Berkeley, CA to showcase the “Transformations Suite” and explore Samora’s journey into forming his musical life around activism from his parents to his peers, pupils and mentors.
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