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Schedule for April 27, 2017

Scheduled Guests

Mary Lyn Maiscott

Mary Lyn Maiscott Mary Lyn grew up—in West Virginia and Missouri—with a love of words and a love of music. Her mother dreamed of writing a book (though she never did), and her father collected drums, maracas, and record albums of nearly every type. Mary Lyn switched from poetry to songs in her 20s, developing a style of thoughtful lyrics wed to catchy melodies. She’s played clubs ranging from CBGB’s and Folk City to the National Underground and Ella Lounge. She’s also continued to write—her interviews with such singers as Linda Ronstadt, Debbie Harry and Sheryl Crow have appeared on VanityFair.com and StarPolish.com, her personal essays in Cosmopolitan and The Village Voice, and her fiction in The Portland Review. Mary Lyn has also worked as an editor, most notably for the John Lennon bio Nowhere Man, by Robert Rosen, whom she married in 2001. (She sang the Beatles’ “You Can’t Do That,” which appears on her CD, Blue Lights, at the book’s publication party at Don Hill’s in NYC.) For Blue Lights, released in 2007, she culled the best tracks from various recording sessions and added a couple of new recordings, including “Midnight in California,” produced by Terence Dover (Céline Dion, Avril Lavigne). She has since released an EP, Crucified—a Vanity Fair Twitter pick—and, most recently, the single “Alexander/Isabella,” a tender, transporting rock ballad inspired by the deep but troubled friendship of maverick superstar designer Alexander McQueen and off-beat fashion icon Isabella Blow. - See more at: http://marylynmaiscott.com/bio/#sthash.aFOHuuon.dpuf

Fourth Ward Council Member - Mike Ray

Mike Ray was appointed to the Fourth Ward City Council seat in 2010. A native of the West Side, Mike went to St. Brendan's School and graduated from Chaney High School. From there, he went to Youngstown State University, where he was actively involved in campus life. He was Pete the Penguin, helped revive a dormant fraternity chapter and was active in student government. After graduating, Mike traveled throughout the country in his job as director of chapter development for Sigma Tau Gamma. He also has experience running a small business, and currently works for United Science Testing as a marketing and customer service coordinator. He remains active in YSU and fraternity alumni events, serves as a trustee for the J. Ford Crandall Foundation and is a trustee and scholarship dinner chairman for the Danielle Marie Hodge Scholarship fund, which recognizes deserving students from the Mahoning Valley who are going to YSU.

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