Heart of the East End – March 29th, 2022

The missing transition between positivity and peace is a brand-new Michael Weiskopf track we premiered this morning called “No Dividends in Peace” – A poignant track about the economics of war he recorded years ago and recorded for the first time recently in LA with a band called LA LOM – it can be found here.


Tohanash Tarrant, Thunderbird Designs

Native artist Tohanash Tarrant comes on-air with Gianna Volpe in support of WLIW-FM during the Chairman’s Challenge triple-matching all donations made through March 31 to WLIWFM.org up to $50,000. Tarrant discusses the Outcropping: Indigenous Art Now exhibit, featuring nearly fifty native artists at Southampton Arts Center, plus connections between her company and family history. Tohanash’s great grandmother and great grandfather opened a trading post in their yard, which served as the site of the first Shinnecock annual Labor Day Powwow in 1946. She is currently passing on her beading knowledge to her two children, but she is also a preschool teacher with a degree in early childhood education. If you miss seeing her custom graduation caps and other items displayed at Southampton Arts Center, visit her website here.


Christine Littman, Tasty Tuesday Underwritten by Southampton Arts Center

Got A Guy’s Christine Littman comes on-air with Gianna Volpe in support of WLIW-FM during the Chairman’s Challenge triple-matching all donations made through March 31 to WLIWFM.org up to $50,000. She tells the story of how a Queens boy and Long Island girl came together to make “The Best of Both Worlds,” a Sicilian style slice that customers come to their Calverton eatery for.

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