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Judith Krummeck

Judith Krummeck

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Judith is WBJC's afternoon host. Her full bio can be read here.

Oct. 08 2016

Brilliant Blunders on Booknotes

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        Charles Darwin, Lord Kelvin, Linus Pauling, Fred Hoyle, and Albert Einstein are scientific icons, so it’s easy to forget they were also humans – and, as we know from the saying,”to err is human.” Renowned astrophysicist and bestselling author Mario Livio has looked into some of their blunders.  

Oct. 03 2016

Baltimore debut for the Argus Quartet

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        The up-and-coming Argus Quartet is the Ensemble-in-Residence for the 2016-2017 music series at St. David’s in Roland Park. The Music Director of the series, Douglas Buchanan, is very excited to be hosting them.    

Sep. 28 2016

BCO and Rossini’s breakthrough opera

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                Baltimore Concert Opera is opening their 2016-2017 season with Rossini’s early opera seria, Tancredi. BCO’s Managing Director Courtney Kalbacker came in to talk about it.        

Sep. 10 2016

Beyond Riverdancing

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    There’s River Dance … and then there’s the wealth of other folk dances. Susan Tager is active in the Baltimore folk dance scene, and she came to share her passion.        

Sep. 08 2016

Music at St. David’s 2016-2017

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From Ensemble-in-Residence, The Argus String Quartet, to Composer-in-Residence, Michael Rickelton, and perennial favorite, the Baltimore Bach Marathon, the 2016-2017 Music Series at St. David’s promises to be a captivating one. Music Director, Douglas Buchanan, came to share his enthusiasm.            

Sep. 03 2016

September means the Baltimore Book Festival

By Judith Krummeck | Posted in Booknotes, Host Blogs | No Comments

    The annual Baltimore Book Festival, having outgrown Mt. Vernon Square, will be at the Inner Harbor again this year, from September 23-25. Programming partners include The Ivy Bookshop, the Enoch Pratt Free Library, and CityLit Project. CityLit’s new Executive Director, Carla du Pree, came in to talk about that and more for Booknotes. […]

Aug. 20 2016

“Only a punk would hurt a cat or dog”

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            Animal welfare advocacy has come a long way in recent years, and spearheading an effort called Show Your Soft Side in Baltimore is Caroline Griffin. She came in to talk to us about it.      

Aug. 18 2016

Top-notch comic writing … and then some

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  Nick Hornby (About a Boy) says of Baltimore writer, Jessica Anya Blau: Blau has a steady nerve, as well as a wicked imagination . . . It takes you a little while to realize that what you’re reading is top-notch comic writing because you’re getting all the stuff you normally get in literary fiction […]

Aug. 15 2016

“How did you end up here?”

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          Even if you’ve lived in Baltimore all you life, chances are your ancestors came from a different part of America –  if not the world. Geographers research this phenomenon as the discipline of Transnationalism, and Alan Marcus, a professor at Towson at University, has edited a book called Transnational Geographers […]

Aug. 06 2016

Booknotes marks Shakespeare 400

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        As we continue to honor Shakespeare on the 400th anniversary of his death, Booknotes caught up with the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory, whose mission it is to re-create, as closely as possible, the staging conditions of Shakespeare’s time. Here is the Founder and Artistic Director of BSF, Tom Delise.          

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