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The latest from WHYY's TV programming
- Art and the Unexpected Friday Arts — From the outside, Eastern State Penitentiary looks like the last place you would expect to find contemporary art. For over 15 years, however, this decommissioned prison in the Fairmount section of Philadelphia, in addition to its historical and yearly Halloween haunted house duties, [...]
- Michael Pena for "Cesar Chavez" Flicks — Michael Pena talks with Patrick Stoner about playing the title character in "Cesar Chavez"
- An Evening of Arias and Song by the Curtis Vocal Studies Department On Stage at Curtis — Airs Sunday, April 13 at 6 p.m. on WHYY-TV. Online Monday, April 14. An evening of arias and song by the Curtis Vocal Studies Department. The student singers offer arias from such operas as Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Carmen, Samson et Dalila and Faust.
- Tommy Malone On Canvas — Tommy Malone, the heart and center of the legendary Americana group, The Subdudes, perform with the soulful flair of American roots rock. Originally from New Orleans, his vocals and songwriting craft the surreal and the everyday experiences into instantly memorable tunes.
- First for Friday, April 4, 2014 First — University of Delaware's STAR campus controversy, Wilmington Mayor Dennis Williams, generations of duPont, Delores Becker and the right to life movement, and Rick Kirk's custom furniture.
- Featured Artists: Eunice Parsons, Dave Buker, Paul Bialas and Jonathan Latiano ArtWorks — Meet an artist with a 96-year-old passion, learn about the secret lives of the members of a new indie band, see the beauty in the brewery, and explore art that bursts from gallery walls.