'RFC' wraps up FestivALL
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- This week's episode of "Radio Free Charleston" features part two of the web show's extensive coverage of FestivALL. The episode is online now at The PopCult blog, where you can also see the first installment of RFC FestivALL coverage.
Some of the artists featured in this 52-minute show are The Bob Thompson Unit, West Virginia Dance Company, The Boatmen, Raqs Shakti, Jenna Brooke Swanson, The Snake and the Pot, Alasha Al Qudwah, Ritch Collins Three-O, Ian Bode, Duo Divertido, Jude Binder, Carli Mareneck and Friends, Bob Shank and Sam Morgan, the Katzendrummers and Bare Bones.
Additionally, there's footage of Dizzy Doc's Balloon Sculpture and Dr. Sketcy's Anti-Art School, plus David Smith's film, "Meta," the winner of the 72-Hour Film Challenge.
There are some non-FestivALL features, too, with the Alban Arts Center's production of "Proof" and a performance by The Leon Waters Blues Band.
"RFC 162" was recorded all over Charleston, including at The Shops on Bridge Road, Charleston Town Center Mall, Capitol Street and Davis Park.