On this last episode, we look back on 23 years of joyous, difficult and always informative conversation.
Kojo and a panel of entertainment reporters from WETA’s “around town” talk about current and future events in the dc arts, music, and theater communities.
- Joe Barber Arts Critic, WTOP; WETA's "Around Town"; Arts Columnist, The Current Newspapers
- Peter Fay Metro Connection Arts Editor; Arts Commentator for WETA's "Around Town"
- Jane Horwitz "Backstage" and "Family Filmgoer" columnist for the Washington Post, and critic for WETA's "Around Town"
- Bill Dunlap Visual arts critic for WETA's "Around Town"
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