Host Al Ross welcomes Paula Poundstone back to the show. Poundstone is a frequent collaborator with National Public Radio with her now-retired: “Live from the Poundstone Institute” and as a panelist on “Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!.”
Also on the show this week…
Jerry Way, director of the musical “Hot off the Press,” coming up at the Heyde Center of the Arts in Chippewa Falls, visits with Ross to talk about the show which was delayed for two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This weekend kicks off the Menomonie Theater Guild’s production of “Clue: On Stage” and Bob Butterfield, co-director, joins the show to fill us in on the board game turned cult film turned stage play. It runs through March 20 at the Mabel Tainter in Menomonie.
Dubbed “the world’s largest source for music publications,” Hal Leonard Publishing celebrates its 75th anniversary this year. CEO Larry Morton talks about the company’s inauspicious beginnings as a dance band from Winona, Min. to its publishing headquarters in Milwaukee.