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Vicki Dameron

A couple of great sessions from last month: We'll chill with the classic jazz sound of Joseph Hasty & Centerpiece Jazz from just down the road in Morganton, and then we'll crank it up with Aussie blues/rock guitarist Geoff Achison and his band, who have been in the area spreading the word about their new album "Another Mile, Another Minute." Join Host Kim Clark, with Studio B Rewind. Happy Cinco de Mayo!

We'll hear a deep cut from the Byrds; the 1967 song that revived Etta James' career; 45s from the Remaining Few, the Family Goat (!), the Great Scots, and Pinkerton's Assorted Colors; plus the Easybeats, Country Joe & the Fish, Sir Douglas Quintet, and many more.

The Friday Feature- NC Lego Tournament (Robotics)

May 3, 2017

Organizers and Steering Committee Members for the LEGO League Robotics Tournament of the Carolina Isobots previewed the event taking place at Isothermal Community College in Spindale.  This included the co-founders of Must-Innov8. It is an exciting opportunity for 4th - 8th graders which make up 36 teams from Rutherford and Polk county schools in N.C. and Spartanburg County District 2 schools in S.C.  The program focusing on science and math is May 6th.

The Friday Feature- Earth Day In Our Region

May 3, 2017
Vicki Dameron

Earth Day 2017 was April 22nd, and while the events covered on this edition of The Friday Feature Interview of the Week are from a few weeks ago - the message from guests representing organizations and events from Charlotte to Asheville is good any time of the year.  This segment originally aired Friday, April 21st.

Posted by Host and Producer of WNCW's Friday Feature of the Week, Paul Foster, Senior Producer, News and Public Service Coordinator, and Morning Edition Regional Host

Vicki Dameron

WNCW's 'More To The Story' from April 19th featured Economic Development Reporter for the Charlotte Observer, Ely Portillo.  Ely provided an update on Charlotte's Intercontinental Hotel, Plaza Midwood's plans to double its size, Charlotte's biggest new office buildings still to come, and more.

Posted by Producer and Host of More to the Story, Paul Foster, WNCW Senior Producer, News and Public Service Coordinator, and Morning Edition Regional Host

 

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