City Lights: Music After 1918 Flu; A Distillery Producing Hand Sanitizer; And More

Married co-owners Betsey Dahlberg and Paul Allen run Hope Springs Distillery in Lilburn.
Married co-owners Betsey Dahlberg and Paul Allen run Hope Springs Distillery in Lilburn.
Credit Courtesy of Hope Springs Distillery

Thursday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”:

  • 1:18: Lois Reitzes talks with contributor Adam Koplan about music that was written after the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918.
  • 23:38: Producer Summer Evans talks with Betsey Dahlberg, co-owner of Hope Springs Distillery, about adding hand sanitizer to the line of products they produce.
  • 31:25: Producer Kevin Rinker explores how Atlanta’s bicycling culture has been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
  • 35:59: Claudia Einecke of the High Museum joins Reitzes for a discussion on the exhibit “The Plot Thickens: Storytelling in European Print Series,” on view as a virtual tour. The show features six series of prints ranging from lithographs to woodcuts, each telling a story.
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