Radio Broadcast: TONIGHT:Washington Heights Free Radio Broadcasts “The Persistence of Dreams”

If you missed the  Sunday Best event “The Persistence of Dreams” this past Sunday, May 1–or if you simply want to hear it again, then tune in to Washington Heights Free Radio (WHFR) tonight, Wednesday, May 4, at 8PM.   Thanks to Veronica Liu of WHFR and intrepid Sunday Best sound technicians Sig Rosen and Theo Rosen, Sunday Best events are now being recorded for posterity! WHFR live streams the audio of each event, usually from 8PM to 9PM on the Wednesday evening immediately following the event.  An mp3 file of the audio is then posted to Sunday Best’s program page on WHFR’s site, so that you can listen to the show if you are away from your computer during the Wednesday evening live-stream or simply want to catch it again.

The audio of the Sunday Best NoMAA benefit held on March 6 and Words and Music Once Again held on April 3 are already available on the Sunday Best program page.  Tune in tonight to hear the great performances that Elisabeth Frost, Elaine Terranova, and Carol Wallace delivered last Sunday for “The Persistence of Dreams.”

Sig Rosen and Theo Rosen, sound technicians for the Sunday Best Reading Series

Event Reminder: Readings from New Books for May Day



Sunday, May 1 at 4PM

The Lounge at Hudson View Gardens

The Persistence of Dreams

Don’t Miss the Last Event of the Sunday Best Reading Series Season!


Join the Sunday Best Reading Series for its last event of the Winter/Spring 2011 season.  We will be enjoying readings from new books by Elaine Terranova, Elisabeth Frost, and Carol Wallace.

Take this opportunity to support local writers in the Northern Manhattan community.  Both Elisabeth Frost and Carol Wallace are Washington Heights residents.  Elisabeth Frost, a professor of English at Fordham University, is a gifted poet and a widely respected scholar who has written on feminist poetics and the avant-garde.  The author of numerous non-fiction books, Carol Wallace has recently published the historical novel Leaving Van Gogh and is raking in positive reviews from all over the literary world.

In addition, celebrated poet Elaine Terranova is traveling up to New York from Philadelphia just to take part in this reading.  We hope this event offers her a demonstration of the vibrance and dedication of the Northern Manhattan arts community.

Please join us for this last event of the Sunday Best Reading Series season. This past winter and spring have offered a panoply of stimulating and thought-provoking literary entertainment.  This afternoon’s event offers an opportunity to reflect upon and celebrate the contributions of the artists who have performed for Sunday Best so far in 2011.

The Lounge at Hudson View Gardens

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