Podcasts from July 2014

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Sculptor Shapes Tough Issues In Clay

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Ceramics professor Mac McCusker talks about her current exhibit, “The Big Game.” She also talks about her devotion to socially conscious art. Anger, addiction, mental illness and endangered animals all come up in her work.

Radio Voice Brings Sand Gnats To Life

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Savannah Sand Gnats radio announcer Toby Hyde talks about the basic and not-so-basic skills that go into calling baseball games. He also shares his thoughts on minor league baseball and sports broadcasting in general.

New Step Up Director Takes On Poverty

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Suzanne Donovan talks about her new role as director of Step Up Savannah, the city’s anti-poverty initiative. She challenges notions of moral judgment toward the poor. And she advocates for policies that are good for business, too.

Chef Looks Past Buzz To Good Food

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Hugh Acheson talks about latest restaurant, The Florence. The Italian eatery has Savannah gastronomes high in the stratosphere. But the highly acclaimed chef is down-to-earth about himself and his vision.