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Plenty to do this weekend. Here's a rundown of arts and culture events from one end of the Cape to the other.

A World of Moments: Dylan James Cole, Filmmaker

Sep 19, 2016

To eighteen year-old Dylan James Cole, every day is a new film to make.  No, really. Dylan has produced over forty videos on his YouTube page, most of them in only the last two months.  But he's not out to make the next Transformers.  Instead, he's passionate about recording the intimate, mundanely poetic details of daily life: the smaller, the better, the more beautiful.  Abdi Iftin reports from Falmouth.

Poetry Sunday: Judith Partelow

Sep 18, 2016

Judith Partelow reads her poem, "Tribute to My Mother."

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From the time he was six-years-old, Ketch Secor of Old Crow Medicine Show knew that playing fiddle and performing were going to be a part of his life. Secor speaks with Steve Junker about what it takes to go on tour, making music videos to be like little movies, how he was inspired to pick up the violin as a boy.

 7pm The Moth Radio Hour - Stories from L.A

8pm  America Abroad: US Foreign Policy and the Next President 

9pm The College Remedial Education Trap

10pm PRX Remix

The Question: On One Artist's Search for Peace

Sep 5, 2016

Nigerian painter, Frank Chike Anigbo, spent over a decade working on an art project he thought would change lives. Instead, the project created an internal conflict that has plagued him for years. Elizabeth Nakano headed to his studio in Barnstable to learn more. 

Arts and Ideas ~ September 4, 2016

Sep 4, 2016

7pm   REM, Car wrecks and the Circus – It’s a new Moth Radio Hour !

 

8pm  Nine to Five – a labor day special with stories about the work we do.

9pm Christopher Lydon in conversation about  Apocolypse Now?

10pm PRX Remix – good stories on shuffle

Poetry Sunday: Eric Edwards

Sep 4, 2016

Eric Edwards reads his poem "Container Ship."

Arts and Ideas ~ August 28, 2016

Aug 29, 2016

7pm  Invisibilia – the  hidden forces that control human behavior – this time: exploring whether true change can happen from the outside IN

8PM Is Migration a Basic Human Right? – Freakonomics Radio – known for exploring the riddles of everyday life – investigates.

9PM Christopher Lydon talking about The Remade Man and Engineering Humans

10pm  PRX Remix - Stories on shuffle.

Poetry Sunday: Paula Erickson

Aug 28, 2016
Jim Rohrer

 

Paula Erickson reads her poem "The Scale of Wind." 

 

 

 

 

Wellfleet's Paula Erickson is a two-time regional finalist in the WOMR Joe Gouveia Outermost Poetry Contest.  Someday she may learn to sail, but for now she simply admires the wind.

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