07/15/13 - Monday’s Topical Currents begins with the latest information about osteoporosis, a bone disease which can lead to fractures. A surgeon general’s report says that one in two Americans over the age of 50 is at risk of fractures due to low bone mass. Topical Currents at 1pm on WLRN-HD1 rebroadcast at 7pm on WLRN-HD2 and audio on-demand after the live program.
The staff at Delray Beach Center for the Arts takes pride in presenting something for everyone, and that philosophy extends to its new summer film series, which mixes classic and contemporary films. Caroline Breder-Watts speakswith Assistant Artistic Director Brian Ridolfo. To hear the complete converstaion, visit artsradionetwork.com.
South Florida based singer/songwriter Rod MacDonald is one of the most respected folk artists in the buisness, and regularly tours both nationally and internationally. His latest album is Songs of Freedom. To learn more about Rod, visit rodmacdonald.net. To hear the complete interview, log onto artsradionetwork.com.
Slow Burn Theatre Compnay has grown by leaps and bounds in just a few short years. As they get ready for their summer musical presentation The Wedding Singer, Co-Artistic Directors Matthew Korinko and Patrick Fitzwater talk about the history of Slow Burn and what it takes to run a successful company.
Louis Tyrrell, Artistic Director of the Theatre at Arts Garage in Delray Beach, is passionate about new American plays. This summer, a Thursday night play reading and concert series introduces us to musicals South Florida audiences wouldn't otherwise have a chance to experience. To hear the full interview, visit artsradionetwork.com.
The South Florida Science Museum in West Palm Beach was built in 1961, and stayed essentially the same for more than 50 years. All that changes this summer, as we learn from SFSM President Lew Crampton.
Young Singers of the Palm Beaches is a community choir celebrating its tenth anniversary. Here's a few minutes with Executive Director Beth Clark and Artistic Director D. Shawn Berry about the choir and its mission in the community. For more information, visit yspb.org.
Caroline Breder-Watts and critic and author Scott Eyman discuss the work of legendary film composer Ennio Morricone. To learn more about Scott Eyman, visit www. scotteyman.com. To hear the complete conversation, log onto www.artsradionetwork.com.
Actor Colin McPhillamy is finishing up his run in Exit the King at Palm Beach Dramaworks in West Palm Beach. He is also a published author, and reads an excerpt from his second book, An Actor Walks into China. To learn more about Colin, visit www.mcphillamy.com, and to hear more excerpts, log onto www.artsradionetwork.com.
I was sitting on the verandah of a hotel overlooking Waikiki beach waiting for a lunch menu. The mighty Pacific Ocean purred like a Lamborghini in the distance. I'd spent hours walking in Chinatown from early morning looking for beautiful and unique dishes I love to use for the thematic ‘Tasting Menus’ at our restaurant. But I had little luck and a keen hunger was rising up in me.
Naples resident Stephen Bogart is the son of film legends Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall and will be hosting the 1st Annual Humphrey Bogart Film Festival in, quite appropriately, Key Largo May 2 - 5. Caroline Breder-Watts sat down with Stephen to discuss the festival and his iconic parents. To learn more, visit bogartfilmfestival.com.
We were invited to El Paso, Texas to cook at a gathering of ‘Oldways Preservation’, a non-profit organization based in Boston, Massachussetts. ‘Oldways’ is one of the premier educational forums for focusing on healthy, culturally diverse and historically respectful eating. They put on conferences around the world and invite scientists, farmers, professors, chefs and food/wine media to promote positive lifestyles.
Director Alfred Hitchcock is one of film history's truly iconic figures. Long after his death, his influence can be felt both on the screen and in pop culture. Why do we find still find him so fascinating? Caroline Breder-Watts and author and cultural critic Scott Eyman discuss Hitchcock's allure. To hear the complete interview, log onto www.artsradionetwork.com.