Whirl With Merle


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Journalist Merle Exit, former comedienne, takes you on her journey for dining, entertainment travel and interesting products.

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We are going back to Kennett Square to talk with owner Doug Harris and asking about more than just "buy a shoe, give a shoe". The Eco Boutique is all about our people (everyone), our planet (just one), and making a profit (three meals a... more

Brandywine Valley is located around the Southern portion of Pennsylvania where it meets the state of Delaware. The area is known as the Mushroom Capital of the World. Kathi Lafferty owns a company called Mushroom caps where... more

The Secret Theatre is excited to be collaborating with theatre practitioner Clare Hammoor to present the world premiere of THE SECRET PARIS PROJECT A queer clown show devised with an ensemble of eight women Directed by Clare... more

New York City is having the battle of the bands. Battle of the Bouroughs. The borough of Queens recently did their battle of 12 bands with 5 winners. We will talk with the five winners and perhaps hear some of their music.... more

Art studion paying homage to Whitney Houston. Curator and artist Christine Finley sets up a one night exhibit of women artists from all walks of life. The Brooklyn artwork is in a studio in a section called "Dumbo". Joining her will be artists... more

Let's try again with the upcoming Housewares Show in Chicago. Lisa Casey will give us a look into the trend as well as some of the products. Reeldisabilites is a film fest about people with disabilities. What's it all about? Jeri Mendelsohn will... more

George Silano had directed a film in the home of Martin Luther King, Jr. some several years ago. It seemed that everyone on the staff died before he was finally able to get a hold of it. It's an intimate portrait of Dr. MLK. As part of... more

Amanda Vazquez is driving around the country in an Oscar Mayer Wienermobile. She made a stop in New York on her way to the Super Bowl celebrations in Times Square. In fact she grew up in the same neighborhood that I reside. I... more

You've seen the structure in the movie Men In Black. It's the former New York State Pavilion built for the 1964 World's Fair in Flushing-Meadows Corona Park in Queens. The structure has been out of use for several years and a group called... more
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