The Wacqueline Stern Show

  1. The Wacqueline Stern Show - Episode #95 interview #1 features Andi Sobbe and Dede Corvinus, as part of Womancraft, one of the oldest arts co-ops in the nation. Now located in the heart of downtown Carrboro, it's a great place for art by local artists.

    Interview #2 features singer/songwriters Shannon O'Connor and Samantha Castrovinci, aka Eno River Rats. They performed "Mole in the Ground," "Flicker Feather," and "Red Rocking Chair."

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  2. Shannon O'Connor and Samantha Castrovinci, aka Eno River Rats, joined Jackie Helvey and Valarie Schwartz on the Wacqueline Stern Show. They performed "Mole in the Ground," "Flicker Feather," and "Red Rocking Chair." - 12-22-17

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  3. Wacqueline Stern Show - Episode #94 interview #1 features Dr. Terrence Brayboy discussing the African
    Sculpture and Craft Sale at his house in Chapel Hill in November & December. All proceeds went to Amina's Gift, Dr. Brayboy's nonprofit providing educational and medical needs for the children in Africa. More info at aminasgift.org.

    Interview #2 features singer/songwriter Caitlin Washburn, singing two songs from her album Fragile Hands, "Hardest Thing of All" and "Words of Love."

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  4. Wacqueline Stern Show - Episode #93 interview 1 features Steven Silverleaf and Judith Ernst to tell us about their art and the upcoming Orange County Open Studio Tour.

    Interview #2 features singer/songwriter Leah Kaufman singing "Ruby Shoes" and "Picasso Lips."

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  5. Andi Sobbe and Dede Corvinus joined Jackie Helvey and Valarie Schwartz on the Wacqueline Stern Show. Andi and Dede are part of Womancraft, one of the oldest arts co-ops in the nation. Now located in the heart of downtown Carrboro, it's a great place for art by local artists. 12-8-17

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The Wacqueline Stern Show

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Radio on video, the Wacqueline Stern Show grew out of the West End Report on the Arts, a radio show on WCOM 103.5 FM, Carrboro and Chapel Hill, NC's all volunteer radio station.

Hosted by Jackie "Wac" Helvey and cohost Valarie Schwartz, the show features…


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Radio on video, the Wacqueline Stern Show grew out of the West End Report on the Arts, a radio show on WCOM 103.5 FM, Carrboro and Chapel Hill, NC's all volunteer radio station.

Hosted by Jackie "Wac" Helvey and cohost Valarie Schwartz, the show features professionals in the field of the arts - writers, musicians, painters, dancers, illustrators, filmmakers, actors, theater folks, poets, potters, sculptors, comedians, clothing designers, silk-screeners, gallery & club owners, arts patrons & promoters, radio show hosts, mask-makers, childrens' book authors & illustrators, teachers, and even our own magician, who brings the magic to our show! Thanks Magic Mike!

Helvey began broadcasting, focusing on the arts, Fridays at 6pm, on March 2, 2007, and began videotaping the show in July, 2009. After airing these video editions of her interviews online with links on Facebook, Chad Johnson, director of The Peoples Channel, saw the videos, and suggested she produce her own television show, which she promptly did.

The Wac Stern Show can be seen at 11am on Tuesdays in Carrboro/Chapel Hill, and in Durham on Durham Community Media at 4pm on Wednesdays.

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