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Oct 06 2020

The Mouths of Babes

As I was digging through old files on my computer the other day, I came upon one that got me curious. It was labeled “mollyisms,” and I tried and tried to open it but it was corrupted or just too prehistoric. Driven by curiosity I persisted, and voilĂ : documentation of toddler Molly’s quotable quotes appeared […]

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May 28 2014

Radio Programs: Music

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From crystal to lips: music can come from many sources. I profiled a concert whistler named Jason Serinus. And then there was the guy who mounted wine glasses on a plywood board and made other-worldly music by stroking them in turn. On to more momentous stuff, meet the Rockabilly legend Rose Maddox. And J.C. Burris, […]

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May 28 2014

Radio Programs: Californiana

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In 1975, I moved to California for one year, to finish art school. I haven’t left yet. As a producer, I’ve found the state to be a rich source of documentary subject matter. First, there are the earthquakes. I did a short feature for children, who think that our frequent tremors are lots of fun. […]

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