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Moving To Philadelphia

Musical performance artist Cynthia Hopkins is moving to Philadelphia, accompanied by her husband and her three cats. This is the story of their journey.
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Now displaying: January, 2017
Jan 25, 2017

We welcome Guest #8 Silke “Sunshine” Tudor, survivor of a California hippie commune upbringing and current activist on behalf of all sorts of human rights and social justices, to give us hope for the future in the wake of Trump’s very, very poorly attended inauguration.

Jan 18, 2017

Cynthia forgets to describe the title event this week, due to a episode-length tangent about constipation. Is her constipation a direct result of spending a week working in New York? Is it due to anxiety about an impending "job" interview? What is Cynthia's constipation trying to communicate? Will its message ever be accurately fact-checked? And will Cynthia's bowels ever move again, or will they end up preserved in a glass jar at the Mutter Museum, alongside other fatal pathologies?

Jan 11, 2017

The ghost of a deceased performance work (in the form of criticism of Cynthia's portrayal of a ghost in that performance work) comes back to haunt Cynthia at a critical juncture.

Jan 4, 2017

Mmmm...2017 is rung in to the tune of Mummery & Mexican Modernism. This week's sonic offering, a cover of Aerosmith's "What It Takes," has nothing to do with any of that

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