WGTB is presenting Lynn Riggs' 1931 classic Green Grow the Lilacs, wherein two of the townsfolk identify themselves as being one quarter Native.
He wasn't afraid to tackle the problems that workers and unionists faced, while bucking up their spirits, by singing about the people, you and me.
Ringo Starr, legendary drummer for the Beatles, and a world-renowned advocate for peace, was born as Richard Starkey in Liverpool, England, on this date in 1940.
On this date in 1910, composer Earl Robinson was born in Seattle.
The band, Well Strung, has strummed a new music video dedicated to presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton.
Cher described him as a bigot with an ego the size of Texas.
Lee, whose 70-year career spanned multiple mediums of art and several generations of audiences; his life was nearly as colorful and interesting as his later film roles would be.
Laurel and Hardy became friends with inimitable comic chemistry, and huge audience pleasers at the box office.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has announced a Music for Peace concert, in the wake of recent unrest resulting from Freddie Gray's death.
The show's tagline is "Meet the man behind the legendary lyrics." But after over two hours spectators will learn precious little about Ira.