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Arts Express: Exile, Identity And Occupy West Side Story

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**Women Empowering Themselves Through Living Their Lives As Men: Actress turned novelist Karen Kondazian phones in to Arts Express from Utah to delve into her book The Whip. About Charley Parkhurst, the true story of the secret woman and celebrated Wild West stagecoach driver. Also, what Tennessee Williams, Ed Harris, Jack Kerouac and Art Linkletter have to do with what's inspired Kondazian in her own life.

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**Monsieur Lazhar: French Canadian director Phillippe Falardeau in conversation about his Oscar nominated dramatic feature touching on Algerian exile, student angst and outsider alienation. Also, what's going down at Occupy Quebec.

**Best Of The Net Hotspot: Occupy West Side Story: The Debt Song

Stay tuned for continuing features of Arts Express: Expression In The Arts. Airing On WBAI Radio's Pacifica Network and Affiliate Stations, including WPRR: Public Reality Radio. And if you'd like to Express yourself too, you can write to: ArtsExpressradio@gmail.com

Prairie Miller is a NY multimedia journalist online, in print and on radio, and on WBAI/Pacifica National Radio Network's Arts Express. Read more reviews by Prairie Miller. Contact Prairie through NewsBlaze. Read more stories by Prairie Miller.

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