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Thursday, March 21, 2019 - 7:00pm

Songs from the Limeliters, the Chad Mitchell Trio, The New Christy Minstrels, Odetta, Phil Ochs, Peter-Paul-&-Mary, The Pozo-Seco Singers, the Rooftop Singers, the Serendipity Singers, Schooner Fare, Pete Seeger, the Tarriers, the Union Boys, Dave Van Ronk, the Weavers, the Womenfolk, the Youngbloods, Glenn Yarborough, Bob Zentz, and more!

Thursday, March 21, 2019 - 10:30am

How do you make beautiful and engaging photographs of a chemical reaction? What’s the best way to light a computer chip? Tonight on Inquiry we talk with award-winning science photographer FELICE C. FRANKEL about her new book PICTURING SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING. This is both a stunning collection of her photography as well as a how-to book about how to shoot that next cover of the journal Nature. 

Wednesday, March 20, 2019 - 3:30pm

Inquiry welcomes ELLEN KEITER, chief curator at the ERIC CARLE MUSEUM OF PICTURE BOOK ART. Tonight we will be discussing the dynamic new exhibition OUT OF THE BOX: THE GRAPHIC NOVEL COMES OF AGE, on view till MAY 26. This show features original art, sketches and storyboards from some of the most original graphic novelists writing and drawing today.

Wednesday, March 20, 2019 - 3:00pm

Inquiry welcomes artists LISA BARTHELSON and CARRIE CRANE who have co-curated the exhibition PATTERNS currently on view at the KRIKORIAN GALLERY at the WORCESTER CENTER FOR CRAFTS till April 27.

Tuesday, March 19, 2019 - 6:00pm

The biography page for the classical music comedy team of Igudesman and Joo starts with, “Millions of YouTube viewers can’t be wrong.  Well they can, but in this case, they aren’t.” 

This gives a clue to the humor and irreverence of violinist, Aleksey Igudesman and pianist, Hyung-ki Joo, who joined forces--after years of touring individually--to become a YouTube sensation combining virtuosic classical music, slapstick comedy, humorous compositions and unexpected guest appearances, as shown recently at Carnegie Hall, with the celebrated classical pianist, Yuja Wang.  In the company of Igudesman and Joo, Yuja added singing, rapping, dancing and acting to her virtuosic playing.  Judy and Joo discuss the evolution in Joo’s career to include comedy in his presentations and why he thinks that brings a broader audience to classical music.

Monday, March 18, 2019 - 10:00pm

MONDAY MARCH 18 STARTING AT 7 PM : SOUL SERENADE and POSITIVE NOISE presents another “Joint Venture”: MONDAY NIGHT LIVE!!!!! Tonight while fundraising both Soul Serenade and Positive Noise will present all “live” recordings. Live recordings are always interesting because they present the artist acting spontaneously and reacting to an unpredictable environment. At their best live recordings capture the experience of seeing that band or artist in person. No two live concerts are ever the same, and some live recordings are legendary. Think Wattstax, Woodstock, or Altamount. So tune in tonight, CALL IN AND SUPPORT WICN, for a full evening of the real thing: live recordings on SOUL SERENADE, with host Tom Shaker, and continuing on POSITIVE NOISE, with hosts Uncle Mark and the Lovely Sheila.    Till midnight.

Monday, March 18, 2019 - 7:00pm

MONDAY MARCH 18 STARTING AT 7 PM : SOUL SERENADE and POSITIVE NOISE presents another “Joint Venture”: MONDAY NIGHT LIVE!!!!! Tonight while fundraising both Soul Serenade and Positive Noise will present all “live” recordings. Live recordings are always interesting because they present the artist acting spontaneously and reacting to an unpredictable environment. At their best live recordings capture the experience of seeing that band or artist in person. No two live concerts are ever the same, and some live recordings are legendary. Think Wattstax, Woodstock, or Altamount. So tune in tonight, CALL IN AND SUPPORT WICN, for a full evening of the real thing: live recordings on SOUL SERENADE, with host Tom Shaker, and continuing on POSITIVE NOISE, with hosts Uncle Mark and the Lovely Sheila.    Till midnight.

Monday, March 18, 2019 - 6:00pm

No jazz musician has ever been heard more on public radio than the late Marian McPartland, the host of NPR's Piano Jazz for more than 40 years. But for all her ubiquity, how well did we really know her?

This special episode of Jazz Night in America — a celebration of McPartland's centenary as well as a timely offering for Women in Jazz month — features personal insights from her longtime producer, Shari Hutchinson, and her granddaughter, Donna Gourdol. We'll also hear outtakes from Piano Jazz, featuring guests like singer Sarah Vaughan and pianists Mary Lou Williams and Geri Allen. And of course, we'll hear the voice and piano of McPartland herself, a grande dame and NEA Jazz Master who was never anything but herself.

Sunday, March 17, 2019 - 11:00pm

The Story Behind Her Success with Candy O'Terry
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: DAYLA ARABELLA SANTURRI

Meet a woman who has made a living making her clients look really good. No, she's not a stylist. She's a public relations genius and that's not all. Dayla Arabella Santurri is the whole marketing package: one part event architect, one part PR/media strategist and one part talent buyer.  She especially loves helping non-profits build fundraising events so that they can spread the word about their missions.  And when she's not doing what she does for a living, Dayla continues to mentor and guide others through Boston Women in Media & Entertainment, an organization she co-founded in 2012 to connect, educate and inspire women in these fields through wisdom workshops and powerful networking events.  In this revealing interview, we sat down to talk about what makes her tick, including her work ethic, her faith, how she gets around obstacles and the next big chapter in her stellar career.  #storybehindhersuccess  #16LifeLessons   #mydoveproductions  @CandyOterry @bostonwomeninmediaandentertainment @BostonWME

On Mic Podcast with Jordan Rich
Geoffrey Mark is the author of  “Ella: A Biography of the Legendary Ella Fitzgerald.  Enjoy our conversation with insights into the magic that was “The First Lady of Song!” Click through to purchase the book https://amzn.to/2H8aZ8Q.

Sunday, March 17, 2019 - 10:30pm

Safe driving should be everyone's concern. Unfortunately, many drivers today have far too many distractions. Tune in this Sunday evening at 10:30 when Al speaks with Laura Adams Safety and Education analyst at driversed.com. Hear how drowsy driving costs hundreds of lives here in the US.

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