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Wed September 18, 2013
A Couple's 'Edge Of the World'
About eight years ago, long-time musicians and partners Karin Bergquist and Linford Detweiler moved from their native Cincinnati to an 1830s brick farm house in rural Ohio. The latest album their band Over the Rhine put out is inspired by the place they live, and is a love letter and an ode to the joy of home. They speak with host Dick Gordon about the place they call “Nowhere Farm” and their album “Meet Me At The Edge Of The World.”
Also in this show: Allen Dorough was cleaning out a barn near Birmingham, Ala., when he found 10 metal boxes full floor illustrations by Wallace A. Rayfield, a black man and architect in the early 1900s who had died in obscurity.