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The latest from WHYY's TV programming
- The other Atlantic City Friday Arts — In September, Friday Art's Art of Life segment will take viewers back in time with a visit to the historic Chicken Bone Beach in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Also known as Missouri Avenue Beach, the site fondly got the name because the segregated beach was visited by African Americans [...]
- Simon Pegg for "Hector and the Search for Happiness" Flicks — Simon Pegg talks with Patrick Stoner about British & American comic sensibilities and "Hector and the Search for Happiness".
- Graduation Recital by Yi Fei Fu, Percussion On Stage at Curtis — A graduation recital by Yi Fei Fu, percussion. Yi Fei hails from Chongqing, China, was a student of Don Liuzzi and Robert Van Sice, and entered Curtis in 2008. Her program: Kevin Volans: She Who Sleeps with a Small Blanket Kevin Volans is a contemporary composer, [...]
- Soul Asylum On Canvas — Audiences have been struck by this band's onstage swagger, mixing unrestrained rock melodies and relentless touring since the early '80's. In this episode, band leader David Pirner explains [...]
- First for Friday, September 26, 2014 First — An exhibit of stolen artifacts, the Moyer Academy may lose its charter, Attorney General Ted Kittila, Rob Tornoe talks about the NFL, and the Lightship Overfalls tourist attraction.
- Featured artists: Edward Hopper, Brett Zamore, Jason Harrelson and Dorothea Lange ArtWorks — View the work of Edward Hopper through a New York lens, meet an architect who constructs beautiful homes at affordable prices, see how a musician bridges science and sound, and explore the work of Dorothea Lange.