Drummer Ron Enyard has been a fixture in the local jazz scene for many years, and has a regular gig at Om Eco Café in Clifton every Monday night. He’s with Frank Johnson to talk about his newly released CD called Live at Kaldi’s Again. This is a compilation of recordings with his trio and special guests from 1990’s at Main Street’s iconic coffee house.
Author Anne Valentehas released a new collection of her short stories entitled By Light We Knew Our Names, and she’s with our Kelly Blewett to talk about the connective theme of the stories, why she dedicated the book to her parents and her recent Huffington Post piece about young adult books for adults.
Anne Arenstein has a preview of the fall concert from the women’s chorus MUSE in a conversation with the group’s artistic director, Rhonda Juliano. The concert, Unresolved, happens on November 22 at Memorial Hall with special guests, the Cincinnati Collaborative Ringing Project.
Brazee Street Studios is gearing up for its annual holiday show and sale called Multiplicity, which opens November 14 and runs until January 2. Leah Busch of Brazee Street Studios is in the studio with Jane Durrell with a preview of the sale and an explanation of the show's name.