Monday, April 27 - We speak with African-American opera singer Angela S. Brown, who is coming to Kenosha and Racine this weekend form perform her one-woman presentation "Opera …. from a Sistah's Point of View." Ms. Brown has sung leading roles on many major stages of the world, including the Metropolitan Opera!
Tuesday, April 28 - We talk about a brand new exhibit, Frank Lloyd Wright and the Wasmuth Portfolio (1910), before it opens to the public May 1.
Wednesday, April 29 - We preview the University of Wisconsin Parkside's production of "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee," which opens this weekend.
Thursday, April 20 - We preview the next performance in the Fine Arts at First series - a tribute to the great Benny Goodman.
Friday, May 1 - In anticipation of the upcoming Orson Welles Centennial Celebration in Kenosha, we speak with film historical Joseph McBride, who knew Welles and worked with him. McBride is one of the Welles authorities who will be coming to Kenosha to talk about the legendary filmmaker and his extraordinary legacy. Among the books he's written about Welles is "Whatever Happened to Orson Welles? A Portrait of an Independent Career."