ThirdCoast Podcast

Episode #2 – Shakespeare & Copyrights

By - Mar 20th, 2009 01:46 pm

Third Coast Digest

Shakespeare and Copyrights – This week on the ThirdCoast Podcast, Mark Metcalf sits down with former Milwaukee Shakespeare artistic director Paula Suozzi to discuss the closing of Milwaukee Shakespeare last October.  The voice of the Brew City Bruisers, Tea Krulos shares his displeasure with copyrighting names and phrases, and Nick Schurk interviews Lee Darrins, a young philanthropist who helps disadvantaged youth with indie rock compilation CD’s.

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Featured Music:

The Loose Crew – “Background Check” and “Introspective”

First Aid Kit – “Our Own Pretty Ways”

Amen and the Hell Yeahs – “1820 Columbus Avenue”

Uncle Jerry – “See Rock City Rock” 


Next Week:  Words from Adam Carr on canvassing for Obama and the issue of race, Noah Therrien reports on Captel, a captioned phone service, and the concentration of Riverwest residents employed there, and Fan-Belt gives us their bi-weekly musical report. Hosted by Amy Elliott

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