August 26: Sandra Whitaker (1pm); Across the Country (1:30); World Business Connections (2pm)

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Sandra Whitaker is involved with Gallery on the Row and will talk about its connection with the Westobou Festival. Carl will take you across the country for local news, then talk about business events having impacts and being impacted from various parts of the world community.

Oct. 1: Aishia Leverett (1pm); Leon Butler (1:30); Spiritual Perspectives (2pm)

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Aishia Leverett has her sights set on the Board of Education Seat, Dstrict 5. She’ll explain why as she speaks with Carl Leon Butler’s Augusta Mini Theater has an outstanding track record in working with our young people. He’ll talk about that record and more. Time to discuss another relevant issue from a biblical perspective.

Sept. 16: Mrs. Betts (1pm); Larry Abernathy (2pm)

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His name is Langston Hughes. His poetry is timeless. Ms. Betts, of the Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History, will discuss the poet’s Ask Your Mama: Twelve Moods for Jazz. Larry Abernathy helps keep the festive mood charged up as he and others discuss bells and more.

Sept. 2: Brenda Durant (1pm); More on Sports (2pm)

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In the CSRA, Brenda Durant is synonymous with the arts . She’ll bring us up to speed regarding Arts in the Heart and their upcoming annual festival. Moses McCauly and Peter Rabbit rejoin Carl to highlight their first night (Friday, August 28) announcing Lucy Craft Laney High School football team’s game for Perry Broadcasting of […]

September 24 – Tyrone Butler

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Tyrone Butler, founder and Executive Director of The Augusta Mini Theater, will discuss the history of the theater and the company’s new building.

September 18 Terrell Foundation (1st hour); Clara Park (2nd hour)

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The Terrell Foundation has been involved in the arts for several years and is responsible for bringing world renowned poet Nikki Giovanni to Augusta, Georgia to the city’s first annual Westobou Festival. Jessy Arnold and Kim Baxter-Lee will speak with me. Clara Park will be representing the Chamber Music Series as we continue our discussion […]

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