The bold type and fluorescent images of Baltimore's Globe Poster Company were great advertising for touring bands back in the heyday of R & B. Now, to the creators’ surprise, they're considered works of art.
The Globe Poster collection has been purchased by MICA, and we drop in there to talk with longtime Globe shop operators Bob & Frank Cicero.
We learn about the right-wing troubadours who pioneered an obscure genre of music known as conservative folk in the 1960s. They saw their music and lyrics as a way to fight the influence of communists and hippies on the youth of America.
Justin Sirois discusses his novel, So Say the Waiters, the story of a mobile phone app that lets users arrange for their own kidnappings.