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    When Nighttime Shadows Fall

    When Nighttime Shadows Fall

    Retired social services administrator, writer and former Savannah-Chatham County School Board president Diane Cantor talks about her book “When Nighttime Shadows Fall.” With themes including sexuality, public health, teen pregnancy and women’s self-empowerment, the character-driven novel was set in 1970’s Appalachia and is very relevant to our own times.

    The Horror Is In Your Head

    The Horror Is In Your Head

    Fantasy horror writer Alledria Hurt talks about breaking molds and sticking to others within a broad literary genre. She talks about her influences and pet peeves. And she talks about putting African-American female characters front and center.

    I Didn’t Really Understand How Lucky I Was

    I Didn’t Really Understand How Lucky I Was

    Baritone Singer Kurt Ollmann talks about his career from theater in Wisconsin to opera on some of the world’s biggest stages. He considers himself lucky to have won a Grammy Award with Leonard Bernstein. He talks about moving to Savannah, what he’s doing now and his favorite music.

    All Of The Decisions That I’ve Made Have Been For Music

    All Of The Decisions That I’ve Made Have Been For Music

    Bicoastal songwriter Josephine Johnson talks about playing the ukulele, crossing seas and continents for music and the inspirations behind her songs. She plays “Let It All Out,” “Tuesday Evening” and “Come Down.”

    Symbol, Substance In Bridge Name Movement

    Symbol, Substance In Bridge Name Movement

    Pushing to change the name of Savannah’s Talmadge Bridge, Ronald Christopher talks about race, economics, education and our city’s future. A Savannah native who became a New York City lawyer and investment banker, Christopher returned to make the city better. But as of yet, he hasn’t found just the right place.

    Legendary Name In Savannah Baking Returns

    Legendary Name In Savannah Baking Returns

    Laurence and Michael Gottlieb talk about the latest incarnation of their family’s baking business, established in 1885. They explain the origins of their famous Chocolate Chewy cookie. And they talk about mental health in the hospitality industry.

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