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City Lights with Lois Reitzes WABE's "City Lights" is a weekday radio program about the ways in which people express themselves creatively and enhance our lives. Great cities are known by their museums, theaters, symphonies and parks.

But the greatest impact on a city’s cultural life radiates invisibly through the air. For Atlanta, that cultural force is Public Broadcasting Atlanta (PBA). WABE 90.1 FM and PBA 30, brings NPR News, music, the arts and PBS programming to hundreds of thousands of listeners and viewers each year. Today, people turn to public broadcasting for their news, music, arts and entertainment. Yet, few people

But the greatest impact on a city’s cultural life radiates invisibly through the air. For Atlanta, that cultural force is Public Broadcasting Atlanta (PBA). WABE 90.1 FM and PBA 30, brings NPR News, music, the arts and PBS programming to hundreds of thousands of listeners and viewers each year. Today, people turn to public broadcasting for their news, music, arts and entertainment. Yet, few people

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#GeorgiaPeaches? How about a giant peach center stage at Woodstock Arts Theater? A #musical adaptation of “James and the...
07/13/2022
'James and the Giant Peach' gets musical adaptation at Woodstock Arts Theater - WABE

#GeorgiaPeaches? How about a giant peach center stage at Woodstock Arts Theater? A #musical adaptation of “James and the Giant Peach,” based on the story by Roald Dahl, opens July 13 for a two-week run, with a sensory-friendly performance on July 16.

Just as Georgia peaches are at their most delicious, a giant peach is center stage at Woodstock Arts Theater. A musical adaptation of “James and the Giant Peach,” based on […]

Georgia-based author Vanessa Riley talks about her new book, "Sister, Mother, Warrior," on #WABECityLights. Her work div...
07/12/2022
Vanessa Riley's new novel 'Sister Mother Warrior' centers on the Haitian Revolution - WABE

Georgia-based author Vanessa Riley talks about her new book, "Sister, Mother, Warrior," on #WABECityLights. Her work dives into the roles played by women during the Haitian Revolution.

In the late 18th and early 19th century, the people of the nation we know as Haiti, most of whom were recently enslaved, overthrew a world power and helped prevent […]

Tune in tomorrow morning at 11 a.m. for the #wabecitylights interview with Amy Ray of The Indigo Girls! Listen on WABE 9...
07/10/2022

Tune in tomorrow morning at 11 a.m. for the #wabecitylights interview with Amy Ray of The Indigo Girls! Listen on WABE 90.1FM or wabe.org and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.

Oliver Jeffers' whimsical picture book, “The Incredible Book Eating Boy," which imagines a way in which a young boy can ...
07/09/2022
The musical adaptation of the beloved children's book, 'The Incredible Book Eating Boy,' at The Alliance Theatre - WABE

Oliver Jeffers' whimsical picture book, “The Incredible Book Eating Boy," which imagines a way in which a young boy can absorb books by eating them, has been adapted as a musical at the Alliance Theatre. Hear more about the production in this #wabecitylights segment.

Oliver Jeffers’ award-winning children’s book “The Incredible Book Eating Boy” imagines a way in which a young boy named Henry could absorb books — by eating them. The whimsical picture […]

Comedian Demetri Martin talks to #WABECityLights about his comedy, piecing jokes together seamlessly and more ahead of h...
07/08/2022
Demetri Martin discusses his signature comedy style ahead of Variety Playhouse show - WABE

Comedian Demetri Martin talks to #WABECityLights about his comedy, piecing jokes together seamlessly and more ahead of his performance at Variety Playhouse on July 9th.

Comedian Demetri Martin is known for his stream-of-consciousness humor in a standup routine. He can go from one funny thought to another totally unrelated idea while piecing jokes together seamlessly. […]

07/07/2022
Demetri Martin on City Lights

Head over to wabe.org RIGHT NOW to hear today's episode of #wabecitylights featuring a conversation with comedian Demetri Martin ahead of his performance this weekend at Variety Playhouse!

Georgia Tech School of Architecture professor and Formations Studio owner Tristan Al-Haddad was commissioned to create t...
07/06/2022

Georgia Tech School of Architecture professor and Formations Studio owner Tristan Al-Haddad was commissioned to create the Crosland Chroma Project, a new permanent art installation on the University's campus. Hear the full #wabecitylights segment here: bit.ly/3uvlvh8

In this #SpeakingofMusic segment, Tony Hightower joins #WABECityLights to talk about how his mother, legendary jazz sing...
07/06/2022
'Speaking of Music': Tony Hightower - WABE

In this #SpeakingofMusic segment, Tony Hightower joins #WABECityLights to talk about how his mother, legendary jazz singer Theresa Hightower, influenced his love of music and his new album that he dedicated to her entitled "Legacy."

Tony Hightower is an Atlanta jazz musician whose music is influenced by R&B, blues and funk. His mother — the late, legendary jazz singer Theresa Hightower — greatly influenced his love […]

#ICYMI: Executive producer Walter Iuzzolino and writer Matt Baker joined #wabecitylights to talk about the brand new PBS...
07/01/2022
The new PBS series 'Hotel Portofino' transports you to the 1920s Italian Riviera - WABE

#ICYMI: Executive producer Walter Iuzzolino and writer Matt Baker joined #wabecitylights to talk about the brand new PBS series #HotelPortofino! Listen to the full interview at the link below and watch the show on WABE TV Sundays at 8 p.m. or on the PBS app.

The lure of Italy is centuries old, and that irresistible appeal is central to “Hotel Portofino,” a new PBS series airing now on WABE TV. The series follows the Ainsworth […]

"I’m happy to be playing with these guys down here in Atlanta.”In this #SpeakingofMusic segment, Brandon Neal, guitarist...
06/30/2022
'Speaking of Music': Rare Birds - WABE

"I’m happy to be playing with these guys down here in Atlanta.”
In this #SpeakingofMusic segment, Brandon Neal, guitarist and vocalist for Atlanta-based band Rare Birds ATL, joins #wabecitylights to talk about processing his life through music.

Rare Birds is a four-piece band whose genre is primarily ’70s rock, blues, gospel and soul. Brandon Neal, the guitarist and vocalist for the Atlanta-based band, first became interested in […]

06/29/2022
Muralist Melody Thomas on City Lights

The 44 Murals Project brought together local artists to create large-scale murals in West Atlanta. One of the artists, Melody Thomas, joined today's episode of #wabecitylights along with project curator Deleon Blakely. Listen to the full segment here: bit.ly/3y2DkVS

Atlanta's W8ING4UFOS guitarist, banjoist and singer Bill Taft described the band’s offerings as “folk drone ballad ambie...
06/16/2022
Speaking of Music: W8ing4UFOs - WABE

Atlanta's W8ING4UFOS guitarist, banjoist and singer Bill Taft described the band’s offerings as “folk drone ballad ambient improv noise rock sing-a-longs” in this #speakingofmusic segment on #wabecitylights.

W8ing4UFOs is an Atlanta band composed of Bill Taft, Brian Halloran and Will Fratesi. “City Lights” heard from guitarist, banjoist, and singer Bill Taft, who describes his band’s offerings as […]

Artist Jeremy Bolen joined #wabecitylights to talk about “Because the Sky Will Be Filled With Sulfur,” his new exhibit c...
06/16/2022
Humanity's impact on our environment and what the future holds in Jeremy Bolen's new exhibit - WABE

Artist Jeremy Bolen joined #wabecitylights to talk about “Because the Sky Will Be Filled With Sulfur,” his new exhibit currently on view at The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia - MOCA GA which uses sculpture, film and photography to tell an unsettling story about humanity’s impact on our environment.

Humans have negatively impacted the environment in many ways, like pollution, burning fossil fuels and deforestation. Artist Jeremy Bolen decided to examine the ramifications with his new exhibition, “Because the […]

Atlanta favorite and Broadway star Terry Burrell will star as Billie Holiday in Theatrical Outfit's encore production of...
06/13/2022
'Lady Day' transports audiences to a 1950s Philadelphia jazz club for Billie Holiday’s final performance - WABE

Atlanta favorite and Broadway star Terry Burrell will star as Billie Holiday in Theatrical Outfit's encore production of “Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill.” She and director Eric J. Little joined #wabecitylights to talk about the show.

When legendary jazz vocalist Billie Holiday sang the first notes of “Strange Fruit,” waiters stopped serving, and silence would immediately fall across audiences. After finishing the song, Billie Holiday would […]

In this #wabecitylights #speakingofmusic segment, Solid State Radio, an Atlanta band specializing in “cinematic pop,” di...
06/10/2022
Speaking of Music: Solid State Radio - WABE

In this #wabecitylights #speakingofmusic segment, Solid State Radio, an Atlanta band specializing in “cinematic pop,” discusses their sound and musical journey.

Solid State Radio is an Atlanta band specializing in “cinematic pop,” as described by member Randy Michael. He calls the music “very romantic” but with “a lot of dissonances.” Cinematic […]

“Hooked: When Want Becomes Need" is a new immersive exhibition from the Science Gallery Atlanta at Emory University focu...
06/10/2022
Pullman Yard's new exhibit examines addiction and recovery through the intersection of art and science - WABE

“Hooked: When Want Becomes Need" is a new immersive exhibition from the Science Gallery Atlanta at Emory University focusing on addiction and recovery through art and science. Hear more from co-curators Hannah Redler-Hawes and Floyd Hall in this #wabecitylights segment.

Addiction is a serious issue that affects millions of Americans each year. The Science Gallery at Emory launched its inaugural exhibition at Pullman Yards, focusing on addiction. “Hooked: When Want […]

Christian Siriano's “People Are People” exhibition is on display through Oct. 9 at the SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion and F...
06/09/2022
Fashion designer Christian Siriano showcases his inclusive collection at SCAD FASH - WABE

Christian Siriano's “People Are People” exhibition is on display through Oct. 9 at the SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion and Film. In this #wabecitylights segment, he shares his story of the years before and after a swift rise to fame with #ProjectRunway.

Christian Siriano’s bold creations are currently on view at the SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film. The celebrity fashion designer entered the industry after winning “Project Runway” season 4 […]

Leesa Cross-Smith, author of “This Close to Okay,” and “So We Can Glow,” joined #wabecitylights to talk about her new no...
06/07/2022
Leesa Cross-Smith's new novel explores the intricacies of love and self-discovery - WABE

Leesa Cross-Smith, author of “This Close to Okay,” and “So We Can Glow,” joined #wabecitylights to talk about her new novel, “Half-Blown Rose," and its resilient protagonist, Vincent.

A woman named Vincent is at the center of “Half-Blown Rose,” the latest novel by Leesa Cross-Smith. She’s also the author of “This Close to Okay,” and her earlier novel […]

In this #speakingofthearts segment, Paula Brett Art discusses her works, which she says are meant to “evoke wonder and d...
06/07/2022
'Speaking of the Arts': Paula Brett - WABE

In this #speakingofthearts segment, Paula Brett Art discusses her works, which she says are meant to “evoke wonder and delight” for those who view her artwork.

Paula Brett is a painter living in Atlanta. Her abstract images are meant to “evoke wonder and delight” and employ rich color and expressive gestures to convey a sense of […]

“Fannie: The Music and Life of Fannie Lou Hamer,” a new one-woman show by Playwright Cheryl West, is running at Kenny Le...
06/06/2022
The inspirational life and music of Civil Rights leader Fannie Lou Hamer in one-woman show - WABE

“Fannie: The Music and Life of Fannie Lou Hamer,” a new one-woman show by Playwright Cheryl West, is running at Kenny Leon's True Colors Theatre Company from June 14 to July 10. Cheryl joined #wabecitylights alongside Director Joy Vandervort-Cobb to talk about the Civil Rights hero and actor Robin McGee's moving portrayal.

Civil Rights hero Fannie Lou Hamer will be celebrated in a new play opening at Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre Company. “Fannie: The Music and Life of Fannie Lou Hamer” […]

“You can’t come to a play called ‘Booty Candy’ and expect that it’s going to be ‘Gilligan’s Island.'”A new production of...
06/03/2022
"Booty Candy" explores blackness, queerness and identity expression - WABE

“You can’t come to a play called ‘Booty Candy’ and expect that it’s going to be ‘Gilligan’s Island.'”

A new production of award-winning playwright Robert O'Hara's 2011 play exploring blackness, queerness and identity expression is currently being performed through June 12 at Actor's Express. Hear from director Martin Damien Wilkins and actor Parris Sarter in this #wabecitylights segment.

“You can’t come to a play called ‘Booty Candy’ and expect that it’s going to be ‘Gilligan’s Island.'” That’s what the award-winning playwright Robert O’Hara said about his show that […]

The personal journeys of the women involved in #RoevWade are at the heart of the Horizon Theatre Company's new productio...
06/02/2022
Horizon Theatre's 'Roe' highlights the women involved in the historic Roe v. Wade case - WABE

The personal journeys of the women involved in #RoevWade are at the heart of the Horizon Theatre Company's new production, "Roe." Hear from the play’s director, Lisa Adler, and actors Jennifer Alice Acker and Rhyn McLemore in this #wabecitylights segment.

Earlier this month, there was a leak of a draft majority opinion from the Supreme Court that would overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark decision in 1973 that led to […]

In this #speakingofmusic segment, Obi of Atlanta-based hardcore band Playytime joined #wabecitylights to talk about the ...
06/02/2022
'Speaking of Music': Playytime - WABE

In this #speakingofmusic segment, Obi of Atlanta-based hardcore band Playytime joined #wabecitylights to talk about the band’s sound, which echoes the members’ diverse musical influences including rap and punk alongside shoegaze, noise and post-punk.

Playytime is an Atlanta hardcore band. “City Lights” heard from Playtime singer Obi, who once described his band’s music as “based off everything that we like.” The hardcore rock sound […]

"No Justice, No Peace: Protest Photography from 1967 through 2022” is on view at the Hammonds House Museum. Jim Alexande...
06/01/2022
New exhibition in Atlanta documents Civil Rights Movement through photos and virtual reality - WABE

"No Justice, No Peace: Protest Photography from 1967 through 2022” is on view at the Hammonds House Museum. Jim Alexander, one of the featured artists, joined #wabecitylights alongside film director and producer Adam Davis McGee to discuss the exhibition.

For decades, Black protestors have chanted “No justice, no peace” in demonstrations against police brutality. This slogan is also the title of a new exhibition on view at Hammonds House […]

Matt Nixon, writer and bookseller at A Cappella Books, shared his curated list of great reads for the summer on #wabecit...
06/01/2022
Matt Nixon of A Capella Books shares his summer reading list - WABE

Matt Nixon, writer and bookseller at A Cappella Books, shared his curated list of great reads for the summer on #wabecitylights.

For many, warm weather means summer reading, whether you’re vacationing, enjoying more leisure time, or you just enjoy reading at home. “City Lights” gathered recommendations from writer Matt Nixon, also […]

Tony Award-winning director Kenny Leon joined #wabecitylights along with actor and screenwriter Thomas Lennon to discuss...
05/27/2022
Film-turned-musical 'Trading Places' has world premiere at Alliance Theatre - WABE

Tony Award-winning director Kenny Leon joined #wabecitylights along with actor and screenwriter Thomas Lennon to discuss the premiere of the 1980s-film-turned-musical "Trading Places" at Alliance Theatre.

The saying “Never judge someone until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes” is at the heart of the Alliance Theatre’s new production “Trading Places.” The 1980s film-turned-musical will have […]

Since the 1970s, artists have found peace and productivity in residencies at The Hambidge Center for Creative Arts & Sci...
05/27/2022
Secluded retreat in North Georgia creates new facilities and workshops for creatives - WABE

Since the 1970s, artists have found peace and productivity in residencies at The Hambidge Center for Creative Arts & Sciences. Recently, the Center started on new facilities and workshops. On #wabecitylights, Executive Director Jamie Badoud and Deputy Director Ife Williams talk about the expansion.

Since the 1970s, artists from diverse backgrounds have found peace and productivity in residencies at the Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences. The Hambidge residency continues to this day […]

“Music is what I am, but photography would probably be second.”Country Music Hall of Famer and photographer Kenny Rogers...
05/26/2022
Country Music Hall of Famer Kenny Rogers' photographs of America on view at The Booth Museum - WABE

“Music is what I am, but photography would probably be second.”
Country Music Hall of Famer and photographer Kenny Rogers' work is on view now at the Booth Western Art Museum. Executive Director Seth Hopkins joined #wabecitylights to talk about the musician's lesser-known body of remarkable work.

Country Music Hall of Fame honoree Kenny Rogers once said, “Music is what I am, but photography would probably be second.” The country music legend was also an accomplished portrait […]

Herbie Hancock, Masego Music and more are performing at the Atlanta Jazz Festival at Piedmont Park ATL this weekend. Cam...
05/26/2022
Herbie Hancock, Masego and other dazzling headliners at this year's Atlanta Jazz Festival - WABE

Herbie Hancock, Masego Music and more are performing at the Atlanta Jazz Festival at Piedmont Park ATL this weekend. Camille Russell Love and jazz pianist Joe Alterman joined #wabecitylights to discuss the 3-day event.

One of the longest-running free music festivals, the Atlanta Jazz Festival, is back in person with an incredible lineup. The three-day festival takes place at Piedmont Park over Memorial Day […]

Folk singer John McCutcheon's new album “Bucket List,” tells stories of seizing the day, even when it comes at a time of...
05/24/2022
Folk singer John McCutcheon wants listeners to seize the day on new album - WABE

Folk singer John McCutcheon's new album “Bucket List,” tells stories of seizing the day, even when it comes at a time of quiet. He joined #wabecitylights to talk about the new record’s collection of stories and reflections.

Folk singer John McCutcheon has had a long career as a musical storyteller with profound lyrics and heartfelt messages. “Bucket List,” tells stories of seizing the day, even when it […]

05/24/2022
Faith Salie on City Lights

Tune in today at 11 a.m. to hear the #wabecitylights interview with author and panelist for NPR's Wait Wait Don't Tell Me, Faith Salie! Listen on WABE 90.1FM or at wabe.org.

The Italian Film Festival returns on Thursday, May 26. Claudio Di Persia the president and artistic director of Cinema I...
05/23/2022
Cinema Italy returns to Atlanta with heartwarming films - WABE

The Italian Film Festival returns on Thursday, May 26. Claudio Di Persia the president and artistic director of Cinema Italy, joined #wabecitylights to share some highlights from this year’s upcoming festival.

When it comes to movies beyond the United States, Italy is the most awarded country in the world by the Oscars, with 14 wins and 29 nominations. The tradition and […]

After two years of concert silence, French-Algerian guitarist Pierre Bensusan joined #wabecitylights to discuss his new ...
05/19/2022
French-Algerian guitar virtuoso Pierre Bensusan resumes tour for long-awaited album - WABE

After two years of concert silence, French-Algerian guitarist Pierre Bensusan joined #wabecitylights to discuss his new album “Azwan” and the thrill of performing in front of live audiences.

After two years of concert silence due to the pandemic, many musicians finally reached the other side and are back performing on stages worldwide. Among them is guitarist Pierre Bensusan. […]

In celebration of #AAPIHeritageMonth, Deanne Borshay Liem joined #wabecitylights to talk about the complex emotional and...
05/19/2022
New documentary 'Geographies of Kinship' examines Korea's controversial adoption program - WABE

In celebration of #AAPIHeritageMonth, Deanne Borshay Liem joined #wabecitylights to talk about the complex emotional and practical realities of life as a post-war Korean adoptee in the film “Geographies of Kinship” airing on WORLD Channel.

After the Korean War ended in 1953, more than 100,000 children were orphaned in North and South Korea, which led to an influx of overseas adoption throughout the next four […]

Atlanta-based indie-pop band Small Reactions joined #wabecitylights to discuss their new album, “New Age Soul" and their...
05/19/2022
'Speaking of Music': Small Reactions - WABE

Atlanta-based indie-pop band Small Reactions joined #wabecitylights to discuss their new album, “New Age Soul" and their philosophy of honoring pop music while expanding its definition in this #SpeakingofMusic segment.

Small Reactions is an indie pop band based in Atlanta, known and loved throughout the local scene since their beginning in 2011. “City Lights” heard from guitarist and vocalist Scotty […]

#ICYMI: Von Phoenix of PUNK BLACK joined #wabecitylights for his monthly #PunkBlackToGo segment to bring us highlights f...
05/17/2022

#ICYMI: Von Phoenix of PUNK BLACK joined #wabecitylights for his monthly #PunkBlackToGo segment to bring us highlights from artists of color performing in various music and art arenas. This month, he talks about The RACK, ROUGH FRANCIS and Chiiirp. Listen here: bit.ly/3sGd8yA

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#GeorgiaPeaches? How about a giant peach center stage at Woodstock Arts Theater? A #musical adaptation of “James and the Giant Peach,” based on the story by Roald Dahl, opens July 13 for a two-week run, with a sensory-friendly performance on July 16.
Georgia-based author Vanessa Riley talks about her new book, "Sister, Mother, Warrior," on #WABECityLights. Her work dives into the roles played by women during the Haitian Revolution.
Tune in tomorrow morning at 11 a.m. for the #wabecitylights interview with Amy Ray of The Indigo Girls! Listen on WABE 90.1FM or wabe.org and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.
Oliver Jeffers' whimsical picture book, “The Incredible Book Eating Boy," which imagines a way in which a young boy can absorb books by eating them, has been adapted as a musical at the Alliance Theatre. Hear more about the production in this #wabecitylights segment.
Comedian Demetri Martin talks to #WABECityLights about his comedy, piecing jokes together seamlessly and more ahead of his performance at Variety Playhouse on July 9th.
Head over to wabe.org RIGHT NOW to hear today's episode of #wabecitylights featuring a conversation with comedian Demetri Martin ahead of his performance this weekend at Variety Playhouse!
Georgia Tech School of Architecture professor and Formations Studio owner Tristan Al-Haddad was commissioned to create the Crosland Chroma Project, a new permanent art installation on the University's campus. Hear the full #wabecitylights segment here: bit.ly/3uvlvh8
In this #SpeakingofMusic segment, Tony Hightower joins #WABECityLights to talk about how his mother, legendary jazz singer Theresa Hightower, influenced his love of music and his new album that he dedicated to her entitled "Legacy."
#ICYMI: Executive producer Walter Iuzzolino and writer Matt Baker joined #wabecitylights to talk about the brand new PBS series #HotelPortofino! Listen to the full interview at the link below and watch the show on WABE TV Sundays at 8 p.m. or on the PBS app.
"I’m happy to be playing with these guys down here in Atlanta.” In this #SpeakingofMusic segment, Brandon Neal, guitarist and vocalist for Atlanta-based band Rare Birds ATL, joins #wabecitylights to talk about processing his life through music.
The 44 Murals Project brought together local artists to create large-scale murals in West Atlanta. One of the artists, Melody Thomas, joined today's episode of #wabecitylights along with project curator Deleon Blakely. Listen to the full segment here: bit.ly/3y2DkVS
#wabecitylights takes you behind the scenes of the hit Netflix show "Stranger Things" in this special themed episode. Featuring interviews with locals who helped work on the show, plus a throwback to Lois' 2018 interview with Finn Wolfhard. Listen to the full episode here: https://www.wabe.org/podcasts/city-lights/stranger-things-theme-show-actor-regina-ting-chen-film-crew-files-finn-wolfhard/
Atlanta's W8ING4UFOS guitarist, banjoist and singer Bill Taft described the band’s offerings as “folk drone ballad ambient improv noise rock sing-a-longs” in this #speakingofmusic segment on #wabecitylights.
Artist Jeremy Bolen joined #wabecitylights to talk about “Because the Sky Will Be Filled With Sulfur,” his new exhibit currently on view at The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia - MOCA GA which uses sculpture, film and photography to tell an unsettling story about humanity’s impact on our environment.
Atlanta favorite and Broadway star Terry Burrell will star as Billie Holiday in Theatrical Outfit's encore production of “Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill.” She and director Eric J. Little joined #wabecitylights to talk about the show.
In this #wabecitylights #speakingofmusic segment, Solid State Radio, an Atlanta band specializing in “cinematic pop,” discusses their sound and musical journey.