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2014 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Nominee: Canal House
The latest from WHYY's TV programming
- 2014 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Nominations Congratulations to the producers of Friday Arts and On Canvas for their 2014 Mid-Atlantic Emmy nominations!
- We Could Be King Friday Arts — In 2013, after 99 years, Germantown High School closed its doors forever. Budget cuts had forced a merger between Germantown and Martin Luther King High, who until then had remained long time rivals - both in academics and athletics. The football teams were merged [...]
- Jim Caviezel and Michael Chiklis for “When the Game Stands Tall” Flicks — Jim Caviezel and Michael Chiklis talk about the value of honor in both sports and Hollywood as they talk with Patrick Stoner about "When the Game Stands Tall."
- Contemporary Music Presented by 8th Blackbird and Curtis' Ensemble 39 On Stage at Curtis —A joint recital of contemporary music presented by 8th Blackbird and Curtis' ensemble 39. eighth blackbird is a contemporary ensemble based in Chicago.
- Asia On Canvas — We caught up to Asia during their 30th Anniversary World Tour which included all the original members. Asia’s debut album exploded onto the music scene in March 1982 with several Top 10 singles and sales exceeding 7 million copies.
- First Extra: Stopping the Violence First — A look at the causes and some solutions for the violence taking place on the streets of Wilmington.
- Featured artists: Jeffu Warmouth, Ella Dinkins and Josephine Burns, the Art League of Houston and Robert Christensen ArtWorks — An artist uses his unique humor to help a museum revitalize a small town's art scene, a quilting exhibit echbos the deep roots of a community, a serpentine structure snakes its way through town.