how free pizza changed her life
By Brenda Tremblay ~ Posted Fri, 11/23/2007 - 12:33pm
A few weeks ago, I got the chance to interview two Rochester music writers on a live call-in radio show, 1370 Connection Arts Friday.
If you click on the link below, you can hear classical and jazz critic Anna Reguero tell the story of how free pizza changed her life. Anna writes for the Rochester, New York daily, the Democrat and Chronicle. You’ll also hear City newspaper’s Frank DeBlase offend our listeners almost right off the bat with the term “blue-hairs.” (He later gets the chance to apologize to an irate caller.) Frank writes for City, Rochester, New York’s alternative newsweekly.
The future of the CD . . . classical, jazz, rock, and rockabilly . . . analyzing music clips . . . I find this all entertaining, and I hope you think it’s interesting, too.
You might find the interview with fiction writer Anne Panning, also available on this link, equally fascinating. Her new book, Super America, won the Flannery O’Connor Prize for Short Fiction.
Enjoy. Happy Day-After-Thanksgiving.