WCBN and Sweetland Center will host an interview with between Sweetland's Shelley Manis and Professor Laura Kasischke. It will be broadcast live on WCBN.
Sweetland Center for Writing's Word Squared lets you hear directly from U-M professors about their challenges, processes, and expectation as writers and also as readers of student writing. These conversations offer a rare glimpse into the writing that professors do outside the classroom and how they handle the same challenges student writers face.
Laura Kasischke is the Allan Seager Collegiate Professor of English at the University of Michigan, where she has won a number of awards for her teaching, including the Henry Russel Award, 1923 Memorial Teaching Award, and a Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award.
14 November, 2014
Today - Rebel Kind
Ann Arbor based trio Rebel Kind released the album "Today" in March 2014. The band's sound is a combination of psychedelic folk and pop. Singer and guitarist Autumn Wetli was a founding member of the Ypsilanti-based band Bad Indians. The other two members of Rebel Kind are Shelley Salant on bass, and Amber Fellows on drums. "Today" is thirteen catchy songs with lots of echoes and blurry sounds. The tracks “Very Vivid Personality” and “Baby Baby Baby” are fun listens with a retro feel. Rebel Kind recorded the album in a frenzied day and a half. Amber Fellows said: “Recording with a little disorder or anarchy is exciting to me.” The listener can hear Rebel Kind's take on anarchy - and it works.
Mayor of the Sunset Strip is a documentary about Rodney Bingenheimer—a.k.a. "Rodney on the ROQ"—who was a DJ on KROQ in Los Angeles and is known for helping advance punk, goth, new wave, and more during his time on the radio.
With appearances from Alice Cooper, Debbie Harry, members of the L.A. band "X" and so many more.
On the Living Writers program, which airs every Wednesday at 5pm on WCBN, Chris and Jeremy will be talking with T Hetzel about Ann Arbor. Jeremy's comic about the future of Ann Arbor, Dream Big, appeared recently in The Ann magazine.