Posted Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Dee Perry opens the new book from Harvey Pekar - Not the Israel My Parents Promised - with his widow Joyce Brabner & artist JT Waldman. Plus, we share the inspiring story of violinist Rachel Barton Pine as she performs live in our Key Bank studio. And we share the words of Pulitzer-Prize winning author Alice Walker as Karamu House stages the musical adaptation of Walker's acclaimed novel - The Color Purple.
Arts and Culture, Literature, Music, Theatre
Joyce Brabner, writer
JT Waldman, artist
Alice Walker, writer
Marsha Norman, playwright
Rache Barton Pine, violinist
Illustrator JT Waldman and widow Joyce Brabner explore Harvey Pekar’s religion through his posthumous work,as part of a free, public event at Case Western Reserve University on October 17 4:30-6:30pm.
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