Month: May 2016

Episode 170 – Chester Brown & Nina Bunjevac (w/#NJPoet’s Corner)

Virtual Memories Show #170: Chester Brown & Nina Bunjevac, plus #NJPoet’s Corner “The Book of Job goes against what people think the Bible is supposed to be saying. It challenges people’s views about God and what our relationship is supposed to be with God. No one wants to confront what I think it’s saying: that…

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Episode 169 – David Mikics

Virtual Memories Show #169: David Mikics “These days, we tend to think of identity as something chosen; we put on certain masks or we identify as this or that, culturally, ethnically or politically. Bellow is interested in something much more basic: who we really are.” David Mikics joins the show to talk about his wonderful…

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Episode 168 – Harry Katz

Virtual Memories Show #168: Harry Katz “What connected Levine and Herblock was the fire in the belly, the outrage against people try to impose their power over the powerless, who try to disenfranchise people, who try to manipulate the laws for personal gain or prestige.” Harry L. Katz, former head curator of prints and photographs…

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Episode 167 – John Holl

Virtual Memories Show #167: John Holl “I really think New Jersey has the most diverse food culture around.” This week, John Holl joins the show to talk about his new book, Dishing Up New Jersey: 150 Recipes from the Garden State (with photos by my wife)! We also get into his work as editor of All…

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Episode 166 – Ben Model

Virtual Memories Show #166: Ben Model “I’m trying to create music that’s pretty enough to listen to but not interesting enough to pay attention to.” Ben Model has made a career for himself as a silent-film accompanist, playing for audiences throughout the US (and a city in Norway!). I was thrilled to have him on the show…

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