• On-The-Road: Caitlin Oleson talks with CBGB founder, Hilly Kristal

    It was announced in 2004 that New York City’s iconic punk club CBGB may face closure in the near future. Its’ lease expired on August 31, 2005, and talks between the property owner (Bowery Residents Committee) and club founder Hilly Kristal had stalled over alleged unpaid rent and safety concerns. Caitlin Oleson talks with Hilly Kristal at his iconic club CBGB in the Bowery, NYC. Kristal has been remarkably sanguine in the face of the fact that perhaps CBGB’s time has come as the neighborhood continues its gentrification. (This was the first podcast interview Hilly Kristal ever granted.)
    Hilly Kristal
    Caitlin Oleson and Hilly Kristal at CBGB.

  • A Visit with members of the Paul Sills Players

    Paul Sills Community Theater presents The Tao of Chuang Chou. Caitlin Oleson interviews some of the members of the cast of Paul Sills’ newest production. Members include: Martha Garvey, Angela Rossman, Rich Higdon and Eric Frost.

  • The Tao of Chuang Chou with Carol Sills & Thor

    Paul Sills Community Theater presents The Tao of Chuang Chou. Barbara Luhring talks with collaborator Carol Sills and cast member Larry “Thor’ Thoresen about the Chinese poet Chuang Chou, the produciton and more.

  • Pet Psychic and Intuitive Healer, Gale Ritchey

    Caitlin Oleson talks to Gale about her September 15, 2005 art show at Mr. Helsinki in Fish Creek, her healing work and the path that landed her in Door County. Visit Gale online at Art of Healing Intuition.

  • Door County Icon: Norbert Blei (part one)

    Part One
    Norb Blei is an author, artist, publisher, teacher and mentor. In Part One, Barbara Luhring talks to Norb about his life in Chicago before Door County and his life as an artist on the Door peninsula.

  • Peninsula Players Interns

    Caitlin Oleson interviews 3 of the 8 – 2005 summer interns at Peninsula Players Theatre in Fish Creek. Interns Adam, Katie & Gina give Caitlin insight on what is so special about being an intern at America’s oldest professional summer theatre.