Local band Civil Brute performs their song 'No Regard'.
Tanner Homa of Wyoming Area is WVIA's Artist of the Week for the week of 3/30/14 - 4/5/14
'More Than Hair' filmmaker Dorothy Davila talks about her future projects. Discover more at http://wmht.org/tvfilm.
Host Scott Syphax discusses philanthropy in the region with American Leadership Forum Senior Fellows Susan Frazier (Program Consultant, Give Local Now), Ann Lucas (Vice President, Lester Consulting Group), and Randy Sater (Vice President, Teichert Land Co.).
Quincy Jones sits down with Enrique Cerna to talk about his roots in the Jazz scene and also about producing music for great artists.
The start of the Industrial Revolution in America lies buried deep within the veins of Carbondale s
anthracite past. Today, endurance, resiliency and commitment flow through the veins of the people of Carbondale as they look to the future with a renewed spirit of optimism and hope. Meet the extraordinary people of the Pioneer City and see why Carbondale is their life, their legacy & their home.
Lights can be used to highlight a garden path or the outline of a tree against the sky. Director of Horticulture, Jeff Epping, shows how landscape lighting is used at Olbrich Gardens in Madison.
Veteran state capitol insider and political analyst Bill Ballenger discusses the upcoming elections, including Michigan ballot proposals, with Tom Baldini, Marquette County Economic Club.
A costly interception, penalties and sacks -- all add up to another Bears loss. James 'Big Cat' Williams is here to break down what went wrong against the Green Bay Packers at Soldier Field.
We discuss the stories that rocked South Florida in 2011. Topics include the recall of Miami-Dade's Mayor and Gov. Rick Scott's first year in office.
In the aftermath of a senseless hate crime, an all-American town finds itself desperately seeking answers: What really killed Marcelo Lucero? _Deputized_ presents an unfiltered and comprehensive examination of the crime, its consequences and the impact it has on the lives of all those touched by it.
Peter Winant and Bill Dunlap join Robert Aubry Davis to share their thoughts on Washington Art Matters 1940s 1980s at the Katzen Arts Center through August 11, 2013.
Maine's medical marijuana law passed in 2009 and a storefront dispensary has just opened in Auburn, the first in the state. What's the status of the others? And, will a new law, currently before the legislature, protect patient privacy? Plus, Maine's poet laureate, Wes McNair, discusses his efforts to reach more people with Maine poems.
We take a look at prohibition in Arizona. This year_s exhibition from The School of Art Faculty Exhibition will feature work in media as diverse as painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, inter-media, and ceramics from education professors. In Tucson's urban core, historic homes and buildings are not the only survivors from the past to provide historic character and definition.
In this edition of WEDU Arts Plus, a photographer sees a canvas through his lens, a shining collection of work made with tinsel, a chef reveals the fine art of making sushi, and an enigmatic painter reflects on his 75-year career.
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