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Girl Named Tom by Chris Haston/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank. Photos provided by Eric Wyatt and Jaime El Estampio

 ‘The Sauce' with host Dawn Burns is back for the program's November installment Monday, Nov. 8 at 9 p.m. Eastern. Enjoy this one-hour monthly radio broadcast focusing on the arts, music and culture in the Michiana area. Celebrate the vibrant and flavorful melting pot of local and regional talent. The Sauce is produced by Karl Smith (J:Cubed Jazz to the 3rd power)

Photos provided by Jarrod Lawson, Dannie Place and Collin Mattiford

‘The Sauce' with host Dawn Burns is back for the program's October installment Monday, Oct. 11 at 9 p.m. Eastern.

Enjoy this one-hour monthly radio broadcast focusing on the arts, music and culture in the Michiana area. Celebrate the vibrant and flavorful melting pot of local and regional talent. The Sauce is produced by Karl Smith (J:Cubed Jazz to the 3rd power)

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Photos provided by Russell Gunn and Mike Struwin. Photo by Melissa Stilwell

The Sauce' with host Dawn Burns is back for the program's September installment Monday September 13th at 9:00pm eastern.

Enjoy this one-hour monthly radio broadcast focusing on the arts, music and culture in the Michiana area. Celebrate the vibrant and flavorful melting pot of local and regional talent. The Sauce is produced by Karl Smith (J:Cubed Jazz to the 3rd power). 

 

 

Elmer Street: The Northside

Apr 14, 2021
Photo provided by Karl Smith, Logo by Tiana Batiste Waddell

WVPE's Karl Smith steps out of his usual role as host and producer of shows that focus on music and the arts to look at a piece of South Bend's secret history.  It's a program based in part on the book Better Homes of South Bend along with personal recollections from Karl's family and friends.

 

Aha! With Alastair: Episode #3 - Beethoven And The Silk Road

Jan 29, 2020
South Bend Symphony Orchestra

What links Beethoven to the Silk Road?

South Bend Symphony Music Director Alastair Willis previews a concert featuring Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony and a Silk Road first half with music by Tan Dun and Behzad Ranjbaran.

All IN: Crime Junkie

Dec 2, 2019
Tony Valainis

The true crime genre has exploded in the last five years, especially in the world of podcasts. Since the release of the wildly popular “Serial” in 2014, countless true crime podcasts have emerged.

“Crime Junkie” is one of them. The show, produced in Indianapolis, is downloaded millions of times each week—but it’s faced harsh criticism for its loose, lighthearted approach and recent accusations of plagiarism.Since the hosts don’t claim to be journalists, should they get a pass?