As part of our 20th anniverary celebration of ARC Overnight, tune in to the annual Halloween version of ARC with host Mary Hughes just after midnight Tuesday night for Joe Kendrick's interview with former host Randy Walker. Randy was an overnight host from 1998 to 2001, and is now Public Affairs Producer at WSGE where he produces and hosts the radio magazine show Roundtable's Sunday Edition.
Last year, Mountain Area Child and Family Center in Buncombe County developed a program that teaches pre-school children about the importance of eating nutritious food by showing them a wide variety of fresh or fresh frozen foods in all of the colors of the rainbow. The program is called 'Rainbow in My Tummy" and there have been some changes recently that will help to spread this successful program to more pre-school age children. I'll speak with Kelly Brandon and Bronwen McCormick about these exciting changes and what it can mean for improving the health of children of all ages.
Tune in to ARC Overnight tonight for Stephin Merritt of The Magnetic Fields as he talks with Joe Kendrick about the band's new record, their upcoming appearance at Moogfest and much more. Host Rob Daves airs this interview just after midnight, and it will be available by podcast thereafter.
National Anti-Bullying Month provides many opportunities to teach children how to deal with bullies, whether in school, on the playground, or even in their own neighborhood. However, from a martial arts expert and his wife comes a truly unique approach to the subject of bullying and how to deal with it. 'Life Ki-do Parenting: Tools to Raise Happy, Confident Kids from the Inside Out', is a project of Jonathan and Lana Hewitt. It takes a 'back to basics' approach to helping parents bring up their children by giving them confidence, happiness and a consideration of others.
Tune in to ARC Overnight with host Rob Daves this Tuesday night/Wednesday morning in the midnight hour for Joe Kendrick's interview with the Asheville, NC instrumental duo Ahleuchatistas. Their seventh release, Heads Full of Poison, has won critical acclaim from DownBeat, The New York Times, and NPR, to name just a few.
Written as a primer on the music business from the bottom of the pile, Jeter has documented his years as co-owner of the Handlebar in Greenville, SC, with a sense of humor and fascinating stories.
Jeter and his brother decided to enter the Concert Hall business with absolutely no experience, but a shared love of good music. From the tremendous learning curve required to learn the business to the ridiculous demands put into booking contracts, this book is a great read from the first page to the last.
Join Dennis Jones at Noon this Saturday on “Goin’ Across The Mountain” for the 23rd Annual IBMA Awards Show.
The Bluegrass Community shines it’s brightest at the historic Ryman Auditorium, Nashville Tennessee in an evening of great performances, the inductions into The Hall of Fame and the big awards to the best of the best.