Personal Meets Professional/Catanoso/Blind Boys

Personal Meets Professional: Host Rusty Jacobs leads a conversation about what happens when people mix their personal and professional lives. Guests include: Joy Franklin, editorial page editor for the Asheville Citizen-Times; Alice Wertheimher, event planner at Division TEACCH; Ed Morrill, predoctoral fellow with the National Cancer Institute; and Hazel MacHilyard, attorney with Legal Aid of Winson-Salem. Listener Call-In. (40:00)

Winston-Salem will rise again: Commentator Justin Catanoso, executive editor of the Triad Business Journal, offers a historical look at the economic fortunes and falls of Winston-Salem and an opinion as to why, Krispy Kreme or no Krispy Kreme, the city will survive. (5:00)

Musicians In Their Own Words: It was 1939 when the Blind Boys of Alabama started singing gospel. They were just kids then, attending a school for the blind in Alabama. They still perform, as they will this weekend as part of the Carolina Union Performing Arts Series at UNC-Chapel Hill. Musicians In Their Own Words is produced by David Schulman and supported by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. (8:00)

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