2:23pm Jul 24, 2017Arts Arts
Norman Coates is a Lighting Designer at UNCSA.
2:22pm Jul 24, 2017Arts Arts
Radio Camper Connor Vargas interviews Ed Southern, the Executive Director of the North Carolina Writer's Network about how he got involved in the local writing community.
2:21pm Jul 24, 2017
Evan Cook is a freelance sound designer. Radio Camper Turner Lie-Nielsen speaks with him about how he got involved in sound design and what makes sound design an essential component of theatre.
2:19pm Jul 24, 2017
Andrea Littell is a blogger who writes towniesws.com.
2:18pm Jul 24, 2017Arts Arts
Radio Camper Lily Sanders speaks to Keith Hobgood, an animator at Out of Our Minds Studio in Winston-Salem, about what inspired him to become an artist and the importance of working as part of an a
2:15pm Jul 24, 2017
John Bowhers is the Producing Director of Peppercorn Theatre.
2:14pm Jul 24, 2017
Gaby Cardall is the General Manager of Krankies Coffee. She talked with Radio Camper Lex Charlton about how she came to Krankies Coffee and her many responsibilities.
2:13pm Jul 24, 2017Human Interest Human Interest
Jaime Perez is the co-owner of Sweet Aromaz - a coffee and flower shop in downtown Winston-Salem.
2:06pm Jul 24, 2017Human Interest Human Interest
Michael Touby is the Founder of Maya Mike's. Radio Camper CJ Pacholke speaks with him about the hot sauce industry and what goes into its production.
2:04pm Jul 24, 2017Arts Arts
Harry Poster is the Artistic Director for Peppercorn Theatre. Radio Camper Julia Kincaid talks to him about his passion for theater and incorporating younger audiences into the show.
2:02pm Jul 24, 2017
Diana Greene is a photographer, documentarian, and writer.
2:00pm Jul 24, 2017Arts Arts
Nathan Ross Freeman is the Co-Founder and Artistic Director of Authoring Action.
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