My mom is in the process of scanning tens of thousands of photographs from over the past century, so the subject has been on my mind. I love photographs. They’re windows into memories, art that’s easy to make and yet detailed, and a favorite family tradition. I hope you can share my fond perspective when […]
It about that time, so we’re playing some cover tunes!
We got some music, fresh out of the oven!
This is a round table discussion hosted by Jim Whinston. The round table consists of Nathan Jimenez, Ron Peterson, Mary Bowers, Jeff Anderson Call in quest was Q
Welcome back to Left of the Dial, tune in as with host Chris-R as we play some deep cuts from the classic age of vinyl and beyond. I’mma keep the description on this one short since everyone is super busy including myself (yall get it, I’m sure.) Great tunes regardless. And check out this upcoming […]
In this episode, we interview Courtney Yilk. She is the Program Manager at Confluence, a non-profit that connects people to place through art and education. She has a B.S. in Anthropology from the University of Colorado and M.A. in Museum Studies from the University of Nebraska. We talked to her about her experience in Zimbabwe […]
End As I mentioned in the post that pair with this one, this show originally streamed LIVE over the black magic known as the internet on the last day of 2017. Posting this hour brings me up to date, yearly speaking. I still have all the shows from Jan. Feb. Mar. April. May to post. […]
End This show happened the Sunday morning of the last day of the calendar year 2017. Posting this show brings me; at least AND finally, into the current year. I’m still about 20 shows behind, but I need to keep the turtle in mind. Slow and steady may not win the race, but it will […]