Clarion Content Podcast 2: Michael Peterson

The Clarion Content Podcast is up and broadcasting.

In Part One of this podcast, Laidlaw and Mandel interview long-time Durham resident, trombonist Michael Peterson about our city’s music and his personal musical history from Durham School of the Arts to North Carolina Central.

In Part Two, Peterson, who is an avid bicyclist and a member of the Durham Bike Co-Op, talks biking issues about town.

You can subscribe via Soundcloud here. Or listen to our third Episode below. Hear our other podcasts here.

The Clarion Content Podcast tells the story of Durham, North Carolina and its citizenry as we rocket through time. This is place is a cultural crossroads. We will try to curate for you the best, the brightest, the most interesting parts of Durham, as well as to ferret out the unseen, good and bad.

As befits a place of Durham’s culture depth, a place with its bevy of artistic talent and all stripes of innovators, we will address bigger issues and news as it hits our radar.

Broadcasting from the Durty Durham Studios at #305 East Chapel Hill Street, our broadcast team consists of the Clarion Content’s Editor Aaron Mandel, columnist Justin Laidlaw, and Producer/Engineer Geoff Register.


Please email us or tweet at us with your thoughts and concerns about Durham, the issues you want aired, the things you think the mainstream media is ignoring. We will make every effort to respond.

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Clarion Content is a Durham-based online magazine that curates and creates the thriving culture that gives our city its identity. Our community building is only as strong as our collective contributions. Our team of curators welcomes your comments, suggestions, and concerns. We are open to all points of view, especially those that challenge and therefore stimulate our own. We also encourage reader submitted material as well as guest columnists. See something cool, outrageous, outlandish, or important? Have a great cause? Send us a note or stop by our offices at the Mothership, 401 West Geer Street inside the MotorCo complex.

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