Bob Keyes of the Portland Press Herald joined us to talk about his new book on Robert Indiana, THE ISOLATION ARTIST. Bob will be discussing his book as part of this year’s virtual Word Festival on Thursday night at 7:00 p.m. Go to: wordfestival.org to register.
Bob Keyes 10.18.21
Josh Karp 10.15.21
Journalist and author Josh Karp returned to Downtown this afternoon.
This Day In Rock & Roll History 10.15.21
Mighty John Marshall takes us on another musical journey through the past on Downtown.
John Davidson 10.14.21
Entertainer John Davidson discussed the first season of his performance venue, Club Sandwich, plans for next year and next winter.
Colin Fleming 10.12.21
Writer Colin Fleming discusses his short story in Post Road, THE LAST FIELD, the 1986 American League Championship Series, the nocturnes of John Field, Andrew Hill’s DEDICATION, and the 1935 version of THE RAVEN. Colin’s new book, SAM COOKE: LIVE AT THE HARLEM SQUARE CLUB, 1963, is available on Amazon and other booksellers.
Brandy Colbert 10.8.21
Author Brandy Colbert spoke with Carey Haskell about her new book on the 1921 Tulsa Massacre, BLACK BIRDS IN THE SKY.
This Day In Rock & Roll History 10.8.21
Mighty John Marshall with another blast from the past on Downtown.
Jake Kring-Schreifels 10.7.21
This week marks the 25th anniversary of the release of the film, THAT THING YOU DO, and Jake Kring-Schreifels of The Ringer joined us to discuss his oral history of the movie.
Kate Clifford Larson 10.7.21
Author Kate Clifford Larson talked with us about her new biography of civil rights pioneer Fannie Lou Hamer, WALK WITH ME.
Philip Gilpin, Jr. 10.7.21
CEO and Executive Director Philip Gilpin, Jr. talked with us about the Catalyst Content Festival and the partnership with the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Bianca & Chiara D’Ambrosio 10.6.21
The D’Ambrosio Twins, Bianca and Chiara, joined us to discuss their various acting projects, their vast social media following, and how they’re using their celebrity for good.
Jayson Gaddis 10.6.21
Author and relationship teacher Jayson Gaddis talked with us about his new book, GETTING TO ZERO, a guide to conflict solutions.
Colin Fleming 10.5.21
Writer Colin Fleming joined us today for his weekly visit, as we discussed a short story by Saki, a timely episode of YOURS TRULY, JOHNNY DOLLAR, and a classic 1980’s Halloween safety film. Colin’s latest book, SAM COOKE: LIVE AT THE HARLEM SQUARE CLUB, 1963, is available now on Amazon and other outlets.
Billy Sherwood 10.1.21
Our Carey Haskell talked with Billy Sherwood of Yes about the band’s new album, THE QUEST.
This Day In Rock & Roll History 10.1.21
Mighty John Marshall fills us in on the event of This Day In Rock & Roll History, presented by Dunnett, Incorporate in the Penobscot Plaza in Bangor.