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Judith Krummeck

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

Nov. 08 2021

Shriver returns to live concerts with the Miró Quartet

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“A marvel of single-minded phrasing and airtight ensemble.” – The Washington Post Shriver Hall Concert Series opens the 2021-2022 season on Sunday, November 14th with a live concert presenting the Miró Quartet. Here is the quartet’s cellist and founding member, Joshua Gindele.  

Nov. 06 2021

Booknotes honors Veterans

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        Marking Veterans Days this month, the guest for November’s edition of Booknotes is Rafe Posey, talking about his debut novel The Stars We Share.        

Oct. 27 2021

The Many Faces of the Faun

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The Many Faces of the Faun As I was wandering around the media preview of A Modern Influence: Henri Matisse, Etta Cone, and Baltimore, which is on view at the Baltimore Museum of Art until January 2nd, it struck me once again how magical it is when the arts collide. My little epiphany happened in […]

Oct. 15 2021

Henri Matisse & Juan Gris at the BMA

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    Two gorgeous exhibitions—A Modern Influence: Henri Matisse, Etta Cone, and Baltimore and Color and Illusion: The Still Lifes of Juan Gris—are on view at the Baltimore Museum of Art through early January, both of them co-curated by Katy Rothkopf.                  

Oct. 05 2021

A clinical psychologist looks inside himself

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      Author and clinical psychologist, Mike Keren, takes a poignant and darkly humorous look at caregiving and end of life issues in his memoir, Four Funerals, No Marriage, published by Woodhall Press.            

Oct. 02 2021

Booknotes + Poetry X Hunger

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  In honor of World Food Day, sponsored by the United Nations and commemorated annually on October 16th, the guest on Booknotes this month is poet, Hiram Larew, founder of Poetry X Hunger.  

Sep. 28 2021

Music at St. David’s opens its 2021-2022 season

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The first two concerts of the Music at St. David’s season (live with Covid protocols in place + streaming) will feature their ensemble in residence, Pique Collective (October 1), and honor Indigenous Peoples’ Day (October 10). Douglas Buchanan is the Director of Music Ministries.  

Sep. 04 2021

Booknotes talks to indie publisher, Woodhall Press

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        Woodhall Press is an independent publisher operating (mainly) out of Connecticut. I spoke with CEO, David LeGere, and COO, Matthew Winkler, about the landscape for indie presses in the current publishing climate.      

Aug. 25 2021

Celebrating Women’s Equality Day with Poetry

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      To mark the annual celebration of Women’s Equality Day—commemorating the 1920 adoption of the Nineteenth Amendment granting women the right to vote—I spoke with Teri Ellen Cross Davis, award-winning poet and Poetry Coordinator for the Folger Shakespeare Library.        

Aug. 15 2021

Dr. Leana Wen’s journey in the fight for public health

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    Dr. Leana Wen, former health commissioner for the city of Baltimore, has just published a book called “Lifelines: A Doctor’s Journey in the Fight for Public Health.” To her way of thinking, public health is not limited only to the medical field.            

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