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  • Elizabeth Alexander

    Elizabeth Alexander

    Poet, discusses her memoir "The Light of the World"

    Alexander is currently a professor at Columbia University. She is author of of six collections of poetry, including AMERICAN SUBLIME, which was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize. She…

    WEOS: 10/08/2016
    WSKG: 10/16/2016
  • Greg Keeler “Health Challenges” series

    Greg Keeler “Health Challenges” series

    Discusses obesity and gastric bypass surgery

    Keeler has worked at WSKG Public Media in both radio and TV, as well as behind the scenes, since 1985. He also sings tenor with the Madrigal Choir of…

    WEOS: 09/24/2016
    WSKG: 10/02/2016
  • Dave Pohl

    Dave Pohl

    Wine consultant/buyer and writer

    Pohl is a graduate of Cornell, where he received his MS in Sociology. He worked for many years as an teaching assistant and instructor in Cornell’s Sociology Dept. But…

    WEOS: 09/17/2016
    WSKG: 09/25/2016
  • Annie Campbell

    Annie Campbell

    Painter, illustrator, writer

    Campbell is a self taught painter, born in Wales and brought up in Ithaca, NY. She received her first commission as an artist at age 16, and through the…

    WEOS: 09/10/2016
    WSKG: 09/18/2016
  • Josie Zanfordino

    Josie Zanfordino

    Discusses her transgender journey from male to female

    Zanfordino will discuss her life long journey as a transgender woman. From a conservative Roman Catholic upbringing in the 1950’s in the South Bronx, to years of suppression of…

    WEOS: 09/03/2016
    WSKG: 09/11/2016
  • Cathryn J. Prince

    Cathryn J. Prince

    Author of "American Daredevil: The Extraordinary Life of Richard Halliburton, the World's First Celebrity Travel Writer"

    Cathryn J. Prince is the author of several nonfiction history books. Her newest book “American Daredevil: The Extraordinary Life of Richard Halliburton, the World’s First Celebrity Travel Writer” was…

    WEOS: 08/20/2016
    WSKG: 08/28/2016
  • Travis Knapp

    Travis Knapp

    Musician, singer/songwriter

    Knapp studied at the Conservatory of Music at Ithaca College. He was awarded the BMI John Lennon Song Writing Scholarship  in 2008, which he used to study permaculture and…

    WEOS: 08/13/2016
    WSKG: 08/21/2016
  • Theresa Brown, RN

    Theresa Brown, RN

    NYT medical columinist & author of "The Shift: One Nurse, Tweleve Hours, Four Patients' Lives"

    Theresa Brown left her career as an English Professor to become an RN when she was in her 30’s. She currently works at a hospital in Pittsburgh, PA. Her…

    WEOS: 08/06/2016
    WSKG: 08/14/2016
  • Teresa Mei Chuc

    Teresa Mei Chuc

    Poet, writes about continuing effects of Vietnam War on her family and culture

    Chuc was born in Saigon and immigrated to the US under political asylum with her mother and brother after the Vietnam war. She is a graduate of Goddard College…

    WEOS: 07/30/2016
    WSKG: 08/07/2016
  • Rodi Rovner

    Rodi Rovner

    Glass artist and teacher, founder of Hands On Glass Studio, Corning,NY

    In 1990 Rovner founded the first training facility for public access in glass arts. It was a non-profit affiliated with the Cedar Arts Center in Corning, New York. In…

    WEOS: 07/23/2016
    WSKG: 07/31/2016