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Kal on NPR

December 07th, 2011 | Category: News

signal_logo1The great local NPR station in Baltimore, WYPR will be airing an interview with me in the days ahead. Their weekly show on the arts and culture called The Signal will talk to me about the my year’s projects including the 2012 Wall calendar as well as my upcoming event at The Walters. The show airs Friday 7-8PM and Saturday 1-2PM or ¬†you download a podcast here.

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Fundraiser for the Homeless and NPR appearance

May 01st, 2010 | Category: News, Uncategorized

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I will be the guest speaker at the annual benefit fundraiser for “At Jacob’s Well” a very worthy charity dedicated to aiding the homeless community in Baltimore. ¬†Here are the details:

When: Saturday, May 8, 2PM
Where: Church of the Redeemer, 5603 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD
Details: $20. Admission includes Wine and Hors d’oeuvres. Silent auction to benefit the charity

If you cannot attend but want to help this very worthy group, please visit their website

Also, on Monday May 3, I will be a guest Washington’s NPR showcase station , WAMU (www.wamu.org, ¬†88.5 FM), on the Kojo Nnamdi show. I will be on the 1-2PM slot as part of a discussion on Satire and Culture. Please tune in!

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Kal goes Democrazy on Maryland Morning

January 21st, 2010 | Category: News

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I will be on WYPR”s Maryland Morning broadcast Friday morning¬†discussing the great website¬†USDemocrazy.com.

Here’s a link to the audio, we start at the 26:50 mark.

USDemocrazy is a project that I lead as Artist-in-Residence at the University of Maryland Baltimore County UMBC. The site is a current events/educational/entertainment site dedicated to making the news fun and interesting.

I have corralled an elite team of University student bloggers (I refer to them as my vagabonding Blogateers) to supply daily updates on current events.

We are also teaming up with High Schools around the country who are interested in using USDemocrazy in the classroom as a tool for discussing current events.

It’s a great project with enormous potential. To learn more, listen to the interview or contact me here!

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