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DOES ANYBODY REMEMBER LAUGHTER? On Friday’s Return to Normalcy edition of Open Source RVA, heard at noon on WRIR 97.3 FM, Mike Kemetic (Michael Donovan) talks with Maurice Jackson, Program Manager at ART 180, and a member of Richmond’s long-running hip-hop/soul group, PhotoSynthesizers. Jackson speaks about Art 180’s current youth programs and initiatives, and tips us to new music from the band. We also welcome disc jockey Freddie Jin, the host of WRIR’s new all Japanese radio show, “Banji Kaicho.” Jin, who also co-hosts the jazzy “Point of Departure” program on WTJU, debuted the new show this past week, and he talks with Don Harrison about the wide variety of Japanese music he has in store for listeners. We also have another installment of Curtain Call, produced by the Richmond Theatre Critics Circle. This week, Jerry Williams talks to two playwright’s selected for Cadence Theatre Company’s Sitelines BLM program — Obadiah Parker and Jessiquito Mairena. All of that PLUS we reveal the winner of the latest “Write an Outro Skit for Open Source RVA” contest. SO MUCH FUN! Friday noon on WRIR 97.3 fm Richmond Independent Radio and wrir.org. (Illustration: Art 180)
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