(Link to playlist below). After Melanie Martinez's opening song, DJ Andy Bargerstock interviews Ian Lubar whose band Mt. Thelonious will play Cafe Paradiso on Saturday, 9/6 at 8pm. Afterwards, Ed Sheeran, Ireland's Sinead O'Connor (photo) and UK's David Gray (photo) share their talents. Listen closely for tracks from Goyte (Belgium-Australia) known for 2013 Grammy Award Best Song, "Somebody That I Used to Know." Discover what else he does!
DJ Andy Bargerstock's second-hour bliss-inducing Chill Session floats around collection Best of Lounge Music 2012 featuring tracks from Alex Nöthlich (Germany), Spiridion (Wales), and Y.G., aka Yvonne Giuliano (Italy). Last set features super cool tracks from Emou, an obscure German electronic group that DJ Andy discovered during a late-night foray into the Underground Music scene.
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Dr. Don Ingwerson was appointed to the Christian Science Committee on Publication for Southern California in August 2006. In this capacity, Dr. Ingwerson oversees all media and legislative relations on behalf of the Christian Science Church.
Mr. Philip Goldberg is an author and public speaker. His latest book is titled American Veda, From Emerson and the Beatles to Yoga and Meditation, How Indian Spirituality Changed the West.
Where do writers find the inspiration to craft NYT best-selling books? Author and illustrator Loren Long's children's picture book Otis spent 17 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. During this visit to The Studio, Loren reveals he found inspiration for a pivotal page in his new book Otis and the Scarecrow from the final "O Captain, My Captain" scene in the award-winning film, Dead Poets Society, which featured Robin Williams. For a peek into the creative process of one gifted writer/illustrator and clues about how to unleash your own inner genius, tune in this week to The Studio with Cheryl and Loren.
Ever wonder why people, and women in particular, join the National Guard? And what it was like to be called in to active duty in Afghanistan and Iraq?
In "Soldier Girls: The Battles of Three Women at Home and at War," renowned journalist Helen Thorpe delves deep into the lives of her subjects for twelve years, from their homes in Indiana to a combat zone in Afghanistan and back again. Thorpe is also the author of "Just Like Us: The True Story of Four Mexican Girls Coming of Age in America." She was a staff writer for the New York Observer, The New Yorker, and Texas Monthly, and her freelance work has been published widely.
Join Monica and Caroline on Writers' Voices this week for another in-depth conversation with a fascinating writer.
Next Friday's HARVESTfest Art Walk features the GIVING TREE BAND. James Moore talks with founder Todd Fink all about the band's unique approach to living and performing. Steve & Michaela McLain will also perform along with the Fairfield Square Dance Association. You do not want to miss this!!
Did you know that the Fairfield Square Dance Association is kicking up their heels and putting Fairfield on the map? Learn all about it from a few of the people most responsible for making it happen, Fairfield's internationally-acclaimed caller Jerry Story, who was the keynote speaker in Des Moines at the 65th Annual Square Dance Convention, and Ottumwa's Robin Ragan.
Plus an in depth discussion about a sensitive subject in Fairfield: suicide. Dr. Scott Terry, a psychologist who has worked for many years doing research and a practice based in Chicago, shares his views on the subject. Fairfield has twice the rate of comparable size towns and Dr. Terry is spearheading a community approach with groups on MUM campus and in town. Also, joining the discussion are the co-directors of FAIRFIELD CARES, Rob Hubler and Kathleen Casey. An open town meeting will be held at the Fairfield Public Library on Sunday, September 7th at 7:30pm with some special guest speakers.
JP Sottile, the Newsvandal, along with James Moore, bring you this week's INSIDE THE HEADLINES segment with three tiers looking at Chinese chess, Doctor Feelgood-ish, and our final category it's the poison, stupid.
A great opportunity to get caught up on global and domestic haps. All the headlines discussed are linked below. Just click on "Read more." Thanks for tuning in. Archives available each week.
There's a double shot of LIFE at the Orpheum Theatre. Starting this weekend: Life After Beth, starring Aubrey Plaza (Safety Not Guaranteed) John C Reilly (Guardians Of The Galaxy) & Dane DeHaan (The Amazing Spider-Man 2). "After his girlfriend unexpectedly dies, Zach (DeHaan) is devastated. However, he gets a second chance at love after she rises from the dead." "Quirky, spirit-pervasive throughout, and great supporting cast, including Anna Kendrick." "Sometimes tender, sometimes frantic, and always funny, the film's surprising coherence is exemplified in a climactic scene that pairs credible heartbreak with pure slapstick." "Plaza is terrific. She commits so fully to her rabid, Romero-esque alter ego, she chews the movie up." Held over is Life Itself. "A lively thumbs up documentary on Roger Ebert, America's most popular, intelligent and influential modern-day movie critic." "Every movie fan should see Life Itself." - Chris Busch, Filmosopher
We'll talk about that, the new releases, what we've seen and more, on the Filmosophers, with Chris Busch & Bruce Miller "where we give our filmosophy of the movies and have filmosophical discussions." Fridays, 12:30 PM, again Sunday mornings, 11:30. "There's a glimmer of hipster cool to this play on the zombie genre." - Life After Beth
I post a little this and that here on the KRUU website. And it surprises me that folks actually read it. I am being totally serious. Even if it's just a couple of people giving it the eyeball, it's really an honor to have someone reading this stuff. After all, the Internet is a very big place. And there are an awful lot of things on it that are more interesting than anything I can conjure up. Heck, just Google "Claude Rains" or "Elvis Jumpsuits" and start reading. It's all fascinating.
But don't do that search until you're finished reading this post........okay, I'm done.