On First Tuesday Rainy Day Radio hosted by Richard Hill: Musician, composer, producer and philosopher Adam Rudolph will talk about his five-decades-long career, performing with Yusef Lateef, Don Cherry and many others, as we share some of his unique musical compositions.
On A Miniature World with Binnie Klein: Poet/author Melissa Ginsberg reads her poem “The Future Anterior,” recently published in the November 6 issue of The New Yorker. Ginsberg is the author of the poetry collection “Dear Weather Ghost” and the novels “The House Uptown” and “Sunset City.”
Historian Frank Pagliaro from Easton, CT will talk about North America’s first recorded meteorite strike which took place December 1807 in Connecticut. We will discuss life back then, people’s connection with the natural world, and how farming has developed.
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