The Front Row, 06/18/2007

Rice University Earth Science Professor Colin Zelt shows us his colorful but somewhat melancholy photographs of the remains of Sea-A-Rama, Galveston's former marine world amusement park. We also hear about "Bangkok Haunts," the latest thriller by novelist John Burdett, and feature contemporary chamber opera from Houston's new group, Opera Vista . .

TFRξProducer Bob Stevenson talks with photographer Colin Zelt about his current exhibit, Sea-arama Ruins, on view through July 8 at the Galveston Arts Centerξ.ξ Hear Prof. Zelt describe additional photos andξtechnique in the extended version.ξ Listenξ Downloadξ *Extended Version*

Houston's newest performing arts group, Opera Vista,ξoffer their firstξannual Opera Vista Festival, this weekend at the Barnevelder Movement/Arts Complex.ξ In the studio to perform and chat with host Dean Dalton are Artistic Director/Co-Founder Viswa Subbaraman, Director of Artistic Operations Daniel Buchanan, soprano Lynelle Rowley, mezzo-soprano Misha Penton & pianist Stephen Jones.ξξξListenξ Downloadξξξ

KUHF's Rod Rice discussesξBangkok Haunts with its author John Burdett.ξ It's his new thriller, featuring his recurring main character, Royal Thai Police detective Sonchai Jitpleecheep.ξ Mr. Burdettξsigns copiesξat Murder ByξThe Book, tonight at 6:30.ξξξ Listenξ Download

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