Mosaic

Weekdays 9am - Noon

Every day on 'Mosaic,' David Nicholas presents a wide range of music, as well as conversations about the arts and culture from across central and northern Michigan. 

"Hemingway:" A Conversation with Patricia Innis

Mar 30, 2021
Clarke Historical Library

David Nicholas talks with Patricia Innis from the Michigan Legacy Art Park in Thompsonville about projects there celebrating Hemingway's ties to northern Michigan.

Clarke Historical Library

David Nicholas talks with Dianna Stampfler from Promote Michigan about the "Hemingway Homecoming" project in Walloon Lake.

Theodore Roethke Home and Museum

The home of Saginaw-born poet Theodore Roethke is a historical site and museum honoring the writer.  The non-profit Friends of Roethke launch a spring reader’s series this evening, Roethke’s Garden-Bringing Poets Together.  Curator Anne Ransford and poet Robert Fanning spoke with Mosaic host David Nicholas


Macmillan Books

A graduate of Central Michigan University has published her first novel and it is on sale today.  Angeline Boulley spoke with Mosaic host David Nicholas about Firekeeper’s Daughter

richard-danielpour.com

Composer Richard Danielpour was first inspired to write The Passion of Yeshua in the early 2000s.  His thinking changed due to a film release in 2004, but he returned to the work some ten years later.  Now the oratorio is a Grammy winner.  Danielpour spoke with Mosaic host David Nicholas about the project.


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