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Pennsylvania People

This occasional series features intimate profiles of our neighbors.

Get to know the folks who make Pennsylvania so interesting.

Jack Troy stoking his wood-fired anagama kiln

PA People
09-24-2010

PA People: Jack Troy

WPSU’s Patty Satalia travels to rural Huntingdon County to meet with writer, teacher and legendary potter, Jack Troy, who retired from Juniata College in 2006. Troy is wrapping up a three-day firing in the anagama kiln he and fellow potters built and operate at his home-studio.

PA People
06-11-2010

PA People: Tawni O’Dell

WPSU’s Patty Satalia talks with the New York Times bestselling author and Indiana, Pennsylvania, native, Tawni O’Dell.

Ruben Echemendia, Ph.D.

PA People
04-16-2010

PA People: Ruben Echemendia

We continue our Pennsylvania People series with a new and intimate profile of one of the people who makes Pennsylvania so interesting. WPSU’s Patty Satalia talks with neuropsychologist, Dr. Ruben Echemendia. He “wrote the book” on concussive head injuries.

Artist Ziggy Coyle and some of her creations

PA People
03-19-2010

PA People: Ziggy Coyle

We’re launching a new series here on WPSU called Pennsylvania People. Each month or so, we’ll present a new and intimate profile of one of the people who makes Pennsylvania so interesting. WPSU’s Patty Satalia begins the series with a visit to the home of renowned sculptor Ziggy Coyle…

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