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This edition: October 2013

Episode Details

Original tape date: October 11, 2013.

First aired: October 11, 2013.

Donna Hanover visits the Cloisters Museum, an annex of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, in Fort Tryon Park and experiences the first contemporary piece of art to be displayed there, a sound sculpture.

Pat Collins talks with actor and photographer Joel Grey to talk about his new book, "The Billboard Papers."

Lisa Beth Kovetz meets up with Daniel Glass, a drummer who has created a dvd, "The Century Project," about the evolution of the drum set.

Magalie Laguerre-Wilkinson talks with the Director of the National Jazz Museum in Harlem about the Museum's impact on the Harlem Community.

Donna Hanover visits the Museum of Mathematics, MoMath, and talks with its co-founder Glen Whitney.

Tinabeth Pina stops by the "Edgar Allan Poe: Terror of the Soul" Exhibit at the Morgan Library and showcases some Halloween events taking place in the Tri-State Area.

For More Information About Local Halloween Events:
Edgar Allan Poe: Terror of the Soul - The Morgan Library -
New York City Pumpkin Fest in Central Park -
Halloween in Sleepy Hollow Country -
Haunted High Line Halloween -
Halloween Extravaganza and Procession of the Ghouls- The Cathedral of Saint John the Divine -

Guest List

Stephen Carr Student

Daniel Glass Musician

Joel Grey Actor/Photographer

Donna Hanover Host, CUNY-TV

Cindy Lawrence Co-Executive Director, Museum of Mathematics

C. Griffith Mann Curator of Medieval Art, Department of Medieval Art & The Cloisters/Met

Samantha Santos Student

Loren Schoenberg Artistic Director, The National Jazz Museum in Harlem

Anne Strauss Associate Curator, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Glen Whitney Co-Executive Director, Museum of Mathematics

Cole Zamora Student

Web Extras

Daniel Glass: Research

Drummer and author Daniel Glass talks about researching the history of drumming.

Daniel Glass: Scavengers

Drummer and historian Daniel Glass talks about how a drummers life is quite diverse.

Daniel Glass: History

Drummer and historian Daniel Glass talks about why musicians need to understand history.

Daniel Glass: Gene Krupa

Drummer and historian Daniel Glass talks about Gene Krupa, the first drum star.

Loren Schoenberg: Mr. Garment

Artistic Director talks about Leonard Garment's idea for a National Jazz Museum in Harlem.

Loren Schoenberg: Outreach

Artistic Director discusses the accomplishments through outreach the museum has achieved.

Loren Schoenberg: Harlem

Artistic Director discusses the importance of the museum being located in Harlem.

Loren Schoenberg: Community

Artistic Director talks about the relationship between the museum and it's community.