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This week on Blue Light Boogie, Art Hooker features sets from artists featured in the 16th annual Blues Fest.

Blue Light Boogie is live on YPR Fridays from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. Tune in or stream it from your desktop or mobile device.

Courtesy of Laura Pritchett and Caroline Patterson

This episode of Resounds: Arts and Culture on the High Plains features two successful contemporary women writers with a passion for telling fascinating stories of the people and places of American West: Laura Pritchett and Caroline Patterson


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This week on Blue Light Boogie, Art Hooker starts off the season with sets on school blues and summer heat. Join us for blues all summer on YPR Fridays from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. 

Tune in or stream it from your desktop or mobile device.

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In this Blue Light Boogie set we hear some of Host Art Hooker's most inspired playlists yet. You'll have to play along to guess where the inspiration is coming from -- and it's well worth the effort!

Blue Light Boogie is live on YPR Fridays from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. Tune in or stream it from your desktop or mobile device.

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If you missed Friday nights Blue Light Boogie set, it's all about the Magic City Blues Festival 2017

Boogie woogie Friday evenings with Blue Light Boogie 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. on YPR and checkout the playlist posted Saturday mornings. 

courtesy Richard Ford, Ted Waddell

On this episode of Resounds: Arts and Culture on the High Plains, Corby Skinner speaks with Pulitzer Prize-winning author Richard Ford about his new memoir Between Them. Following that, Corby talks with painter and sculptor Ted Waddell about the new book Theodore Waddell: My Montana, which recounts his 50 year career.


Anna Paige

In this first episode of Resounds: Arts and Culture on the High Plains, hosts Corby Skinner and Anna Paige focus on the visual mediums of sculpture.

Flow: A Multi-Media Exploration Of Water

Feb 8, 2016
Jackie Yamanaka

An art exhibition, readings, a jazz improvisation performance are just a few of the launching points meant to inspire contemplation and a community conversation about water.

Artist Sherri Cornett is the force behind the project titled “Flow.”

During her hikes around the region, she became inspired by water.

“Where I’ve taken time to sit down by the water and really take in the calming effects, thinking about, meditating about water,” she says.

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