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Contours - Sun. Apr. 26, 2009
WNTI's Radio Magazine
Contours - Sun. Apr. 26, 2009 <br>WNTI's Radio Magazine<br />
Dr. Karl Hricko interviews Centenary College cast members; Jewels Quelly on Salads; Helen Coronado interviews Food Shed Alliance

A weekly roundup of the arts and issues in your community Sunday mornings at 8-9 AM on WNTI.

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AIR DATE: Sunday April 26, 2009

1. Centenary Corner: Dr. Karl Hricko interviews several cast members of Centenary College's production of "Katrina: the K Word". This play based on the writings of Hurricane Katrina survivors will be performed on Thursday April 30 and Friday May 1 in the Historic Whitney Chapel on the campus of Centenary College.

About the Play

Katrina: the K Word is an original play inspired by true stories of individuals facing one of America's most challenging crises. Both tragically heartbreaking and poignantly uplifting, Katrina chronicles the journeys of New Orleans residents whose lives are forever changed. Some choose to wait out the storm; some can't get out. Some create a new life elsewhere, while others return to help rebuild a broken city.

The script was created by Lisa Brenner and Suzanne Trauth based on transcripts of interviews they conducted with New Orleans' residents in 2007. The play features twelve main characters who cut across racial, gender, age, and class lines. Designed as an ensemble piece, each actor in Katrina: the K Word plays one main role, as well as several small parts.

2. Food Segment: Jewels Quelly, personal chef and caterer from Angel Food Catering in Washington, NJ and Melanie Thiel discuss the many salad possibilities there are for the spring/summer season. Freshly made vinaigrette dressings and fresh produce from the local farm stands are a must! (See April Contours Recipes - Salad Dressings / Salad)

3. Eco Friendly Families: Helen Coronado, author of Eco Friendly Families interviews the Food Shed Alliance about their programs and the benefits they provide to our community.

Executive Producer and Host: Melanie Thiel Science Editor: Dr. Karl Hricko Assistant Producer: Ryan Johanson Contributing Editors: Scott Acton, Helen Coronado, Jewels Quelly