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WYSO WEEKEND
WYSO Weekend March 13th 2011
Stivers Jazz Orchestra leader Claude Thomas. Also, Politics Ohio, Miami Valley Storycorp, the Dayton Art Institute. WYSO Weekend: WYSO's Weekly Radio Magazine This week's edition begins with a conversation with Claude Thomas, director of the Stivers Jazz Orchestra.

Next Juliet Fromholt gives a preview of Creating the New Century, a new exhibition opening this weekend at the Dayton Art Institute. Also available here.

Sarah Buckingham gives a preview of upcoming program on WYSO's Sunday Documentary Hour

For 30 years there was an antique shop in Yellow Springs called the Malladoor. It sold everything from greeting cards to furniture to guitar picks. It was a one-stop shop, especially for Antioch College students looking to furnish their dorms. Patricia Maneri and Evelyn Sikes ran the Malladoor until it closed in 2005. In this week's Miami Valley StoryCorps, Maneri and Sikes share their memorie of the Mallador. Also available here.

Bill Felker bring us Poor Will's Almanack for the Fourth Week of Early Spring, the Fifteenth Week of the Natural Year. Also available here.

This week in PoliticsOhio, Emily McCord speaks to the Dayton Daily News' Ellen Belcher about Governor Kasich's State of the State and what it may mean for the region. Also available here.