WFIU’s Yael Ksander explores the “Plant Portraits” exhibit at the Indiana University Art Museum collection. Violinist Eugene Drucker reads from his book “The Savior.” And drummer Kid Millions from the Brooklyn-based trio, Oneida, stops by for a conversation with WFIU’s Josephine McRobbie.
Stories On This Episode
By Yaël Ksander - Aug 13, 2008
Straddling that threshold between art and nature was Albert R. Valentien, a Cincinnati native who, from the age of nineteen, had specialized in floral decoration for the city's world-renowned Rookwood Pottery. Valentien's works are on display as part of "Plant Portraits: The California Legacy of A.R. Valentien." WFIU's Yaël Ksander has more.
By Peter Noble Kuchera - Aug 1, 2008
“The X-Files: I Want To Believe” is like a very good episode of the now-canceled TV show it’s based on. Those who were fans of the show will probably be pleased; the movie will be just suspenseful enough for them, just scary enough.
By Josephine McRobbie - Aug 5, 2008
Music critics are pretty good at pigeon-holing bands with complicated labels. But one Bronx-based ensemble prides itself on avoiding these restrictions. Oneida’s newest release “Preteen Weaponry” is in stores now. And the group will be visiting Bloomington’s Bluebird Nightclub for a concert coming up later in August.