Mighty John Marshall with another trip in the wayback machine.
This Day In Rock & Roll History 10.20.17
Michele Martin 10.18.17
Actress Michele Martin visited with us to talk about her new film, the thriller “Coffin 2”, and an upcoming project with Sir Ben Kingsley.
Colin Fleming 10.17.17
Colin Fleming discusses his new Salon article about how some classic examples of art, like the Buster Keaton silent film, “College”, may soon disappear as people view older works through a modern lens.
Illeana Douglas 10.16.17
Illeana Douglas returned to Downtown to discuss he work on the TCM series “Trailblazing Women” and also talked with us about the Weinstein scandal and the impact on Hollywood.
Damon Krukowski 10.16.17
Author Damon Krukowski talked with us about his terrific book, “The New Analog”.
Shut Up & Eat! 10.13.17
Joe Ricchio of Downeast Magazine with this week’s edition of Shut Up & Eat!
This Day In Rock & Roll History 10.13.17
Mighty John Marshall with another blast from the past!
Colin Fleming on Thelonius Monk 10.10.17
Jazz great Thelonius Monk was born one hundred years ago today and author and critic Colin Fleming takes a look at his body of work, including some brilliant live recordings.
Bruce Campbell 10.9.17
Actor and author Bruce Campbell joined us to discuss his work on “Burn Notice”, “Ash vs. Evil Dead”, playing Ronald Reagan in “Fargo”, and his new book, “Hail To The Chin”.
Colin Fleming on Marsden Hartley
Author & critic Colin Fleming discusses the life and work of Maine artist Marsden Hartley.
This Day In Rock & Roll History 9.29.17
The legendary Mighty John Marshall with this week’s musical history lesson.
Philip Stead 9.26.17
Caldecott Award winning author Philip Stead talked with us about “The Purloining of Prince Oleomargarine”, his “collaboration” with the late Mark Twain.
Colin Fleming 9.26.17
Writer Colin Fleming helps us remember rhythm & blues great Arthur Alexander, who was a major influence on The Beatles and many more.
Shut Up & Eat! 9.22.17
Joe Ricchio of Downeast Magazine talks food on Shut Up & Eat!
This Day In Rock & Roll History 9.22.17
Mighty John Marshall with another trip in the musical time machine.