Music, Culture, Arts and Entertainment 1-24-2022

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Writer’s Voice with Francesca Rheannon

We spend the hour with Howard Mansfield, first talking about his new book, Chasing Eden: A Book of Seekers. (Bauhan Press 2021) It’s about those who long to build a better life for themselves and others.

Then, we replay our 2019 interview with Mansfield about his book The Habit of Turning The World Upside Down (Bauhan Press 2018). It’s about how American society treats property rights — and who pays the price.

Monday, January 24, 10 PM and archived.

First Voices Indigenous Radio with Tiokasin Ghosthorse

In the first half-hour, Stephanie Witkowski, executive director of 7000 Languages, a nonprofit organization that helps Indigenous around world teach, learn and sustain their languages through technology.

In the second half-hour, Luella Brien, an Apsáalooke journalist with nearly 20 years’ experience in investigative and public service journalism. She has a degree in journalism from the University of Montana, is a 2002 graduate of the Freedom Forum’s American Indian Journalism Institute and a 2004 Chips Quinn Scholar.

Tuesday, January 25 at 12:00 noon.

Jim Motavalli

Jim Motavalli’s guests this week:

8:00 PM Mark Oppenheimer talks about his book, Squirrel Hill, about the Pittsburgh synagogue shootings and particularly relevant because of the Texas synagogue hostage situation.

8:30 PM Country singer/songwriter Victoria Bailey, from Nashville by way of California.

9:00 PM Matthew Herd, lead singer and composer for the British band Seafarers (which just made its second album and includes the female singer who records as Snowpoet).

9:30 PM David Callaway makes global warming predictions in his role as head of Callway Climate Insights.

10:00 PM Singer/saxophonist Malin Carta, newly graduated from Western Connecticut State and playing with Greg Packham’s jazz band.

10:30 PM Peter Furlan, who leads the Rockland Youth Jazz Ensemble

Tuesday evening, January 25.

East End Ink

Poet, educator and farmer Scott Chaskey reads from his work as presented this month by the Southampton History Museum. Chaskey is a pioneer in the Community Supported Agriculture movement. He is the past president of the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New York.

Wednesday, January, 26, 7:30 PM and archived.

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