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2:30 pm
Tue November 3, 2009

SONOS

In a world obsessed with digital effects and overproduction, SONOS uses pure vocal talent. Hear the interview with Mike Graves and two live songs.

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9:46 am
Tue November 3, 2009

Stoll Vaughan

WUKY's Mike Graves talks with Stoll Vaughan about songwriting, life in L.A., and working with David Lynch.

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9:19 am
Mon November 2, 2009

Erin McKeown

Singer-songwriter Erin McKeown has been at it for a decade. Now she's back with her first record of original material in four years. WUKY's Josh James talks with McKeown about life on the road, playing with Jill Sobule, and creating one's own myth via Wikipedia.

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Tonic
10:14 am
Fri October 30, 2009

Jahi's all that!

Washington Post photographer Jahi Chikwendui: past, present and future

Learn how he went from math teacher to award winning photographer and how you can, too.

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Tonic
2:06 pm
Sun October 18, 2009

taylor made culture

Photographer Candacy Taylor on the waitressing culture

Taylor's fantastic debut photograph book documents the lives of diner waitresses

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Tonic
12:51 pm
Thu October 15, 2009

Sara Watkins

Tonic's Mike Graves chats with Nickel Creek alum Sara Watkins about her solo projects.

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4:02 pm
Sat October 10, 2009

Lady Liberty

Cokie Roberts speaks out

Her book "Ladies of Liberty" is the November WUKY/NPR Book Club selection. Roberts talks about that and much more with Tonic's Kopana.

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Tonic
4:26 pm
Mon October 5, 2009

JJ Grey

JJ Grey sits down with WUKY's Mike Graves for a chat - and a couple of live tunes.

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Tonic
12:18 pm
Thu October 1, 2009

Michael Moore

Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore is back doing what he does best - stirring up controversy with his new film, Capitalism: A Love Story. Tonic's Josh James chatted with Moore on the eve of the movie's wide release.

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Tonic
4:11 pm
Sun September 20, 2009

Got junk?

NYC has a lot less with Terry Dame on the scene

Electric Junkyard Gamelan makes a case for reduce, reuse, recycle, and rock

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