On this episode of Odd Numbers, we get to the bottom of Uncomfortable Brunch with hosts/curators Joshua David Martin and Kat Whitacre. The long-running monthly film event is moving venues but will continue making people cringe with movies that feature topics that are not dinner table topics. They are, however, perfect for the brunch crowd! This episode was recorded on June 10, 2019, on WPRK FM. To a Certain Degree is a weekly radio show on WPRK featuring makers, artists, and professionals who are doing something neat.
No matter how passionate you are for your passion project, there are going to be some challenges along the way. Take starting an opera company, for example. Sounds easy, right? It doesn’t, and it wasn’t, but Nicole Dupre is celebrating two years as the creative director of Opera del Sol. The non-profit is her love letter to a genre that typically doesn’t get a lot of love, and she’s learned a lot about how tenacious you have to be to keep things rolling. Enjoy!
Crimes in real life: Bad. Crimes in books: Good! That is, if you like that sort of thing. If you do, then this is a good episode for you. Burrow Press publisher Ryan Rivas returns to the studio to discuss some of his favorite literary wrongdoings. Not like grammar mistakes or anything.
Eddie Selover discusses the PechaKucha Orlando experience on WPRK during this episode of To a Certain Degree. The format is unique - 20 slides and 20 seconds per slide - and the speakers are as local as it gets. Listen to this episode as you buy your tickets for the next one!
If you've been to the Henao Contemporary Center, you know that it's something special. If you haven't, go now, we'll wait. Back? Then listen to how the Center came to be with founder Jose Henao on this episode of To a Certain Degree! This episode was recorded on July 16, 2018, on WPRK FM.