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- Around Town - 20141126

29:38 minutes (27.14 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

- Great Taste - 20141126-Hyvee

60:39 minutes (55.54 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

Stephanie WestlundStephanie Westlund has been conducting research with veterans for five years, and her book, Field Exercises:  How veterans are healing themselves through farming and outdoor activities integrates empirical evidence along with intimate portraits of numerous veterans.  Stephanie is continually inspired by these men and women who strive to maintain their drive to serve society, and use their difficult experiences in the armed services as a springboard to transform themselves and others through a commitment to sustainable agriculture and other endeavors.

Stephanie holds a PhD in Peace and Conflict Studies. You can find her blog about the human-nature relationship at www.ourcommonnature.blogspot.com.

Sip, Slurp, Swish, and Taste are four critical elements when tasting wine.  Corey Morrow of Earth & Water explains why the world of wine is his latest passion.  Give a listen to what he says during our "Iowa Cooks" show segment, especially if the topic of wine is new to you or seems intimidating.  His aim is to make you comfortable.  Make a reservation for one of his weekly wine tastings, and relax into the experience.  I guarantee you some surprising things will happen.  My key tasting was really an aroma moment as an umami-like perfume from wine #4 captivated my senses.  Was it Worcestershire sauce or A-1?  Still not sure, but the experience was great fun.

60:00 minutes (109.87 MB) Stereo 44kHz 256Kbps (CBR)

Embracing the genre-transcending spirit of today’s great independent artists, Bell cooks up a bubbling stew of roots, www.Reverbnation.com/LisaBellblues, jazz, pop, and country, with spicy vocals simmered to perfection.

For more than a decade, Lisa has shared a personal connection with her fans. From her evolution as a songwriter to her performances with legendary artists and her work with the healing benefits of music & sound, Lisa has invited us in to relate our own life experiences and journey we are all on together.

Lisa understands that positive music can make the world a better place and has been on a mission to inspire the listener take heart and take action with music that is fun, fresh, upbeat and thought provoking. For the past 11 years, she has been writing and performing songs that make a difference through positive, empowering lyrics at venues across the country and internationally. Her upcoming CD, The Italian Project (to be released February 2013), will be her fourth and the first transatlantic project that includes collaboration with her new friends and immensely talented musical colleagues in Italy.

59:58 minutes (109.81 MB) Stereo 44kHz 256Kbps (CBR)

Katey LaurelDenver-based folk-pop songstress Katey Laurel grew up drawing pictures, writing stories, riding horses and playing in the woods in the Colorado mountains. Laurel's songs range from radio-friendly pop tunes to lush, cinematic songs for film and television.

With background in classical piano, french horn, guitar and voice, her artistic roots are deep and diverse. Laurel draws her musical inspiration as a songwriter from many musical styles including bluegrass, classic rock, alternative, country, and even 80s dance-pop.

Laurel performs on radio & television, at festivals and venues around the US, including Hotel Cafe (LA), The Bitter End (NYC), Bluebird Cafe (Nashville), Hard Rock Café Denver and Nashville, Colorado State Fair and the Greeley Stampede. She has built a solid fan base with her unique voice garnering airplay on stations around the country including KALC, KMNT, KBCO, KFMU and KOTO and now KRUUfm.

As a live performer, she's shared the stage with Howie Day, Bill Mallonee, Katie Herzig, Matt Morris, Trevor Hall and others. Her new album “Periscope” produced by industry veteran Warren Huart is garnering attention in the indie field.

Walnut Valley Festival New Song Winner, and finalist at Tucson Folk Festival, Great American Song ContestMountain Stage New Song Southwest Regional, Texaco Country Showdown Southwest Regional and International Songwriting Competition Semi-Finalist.

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59:58 minutes (109.8 MB) Stereo 44kHz 256Kbps (CBR)

- Inside the Headlines - 20141121

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New format. Same dudes.

INSIDE THE HEADLINES with Newsvandal JP Sottile and James Moore.

It's underwater sparklers and quirky perks time in newsville.The men from UNKLE are upping the ante and you're warmly invited to glisten in!

THE WEEK THAT WAS
>>Obama's Executive Decision-making
Is Barack Obama the New Jimmy Carter?
http://nationalinterest.org/feature/barack-obama-the-new-jimmy-carter-11702

>>NSA Roadblocked
Rand Paul Beats Ted Cruz, Saves NSA From ‘Reform’
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/11/18/rand-paul-beats-ted-cruz-saves-nsa-from-reform.html

>>School of the Americas Vigil
Clear voices, silenced: Remembering the murder of six Jesuits
http://ncronline.org/news/global/clear-voices-silenced-remembering-murder-six-jesuits

29:59 minutes (27.46 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

James Moore talks with Sierra Club environmental attorney Wally Taylor about a topic and an issue that is of grave concern to many enviromental advocates in the Jefferson County area. The Bakken Pipeline would deliver so-called sweet crude in pipes across the state of Iowa from North Dakota and then down to the Gulf.

Here's a blurb from a recent article in the Des Moines Register titled "Branstad Won't Stop Pipeline Through Iowa":

Wally Taylor of Cedar Rapids, a lawyer for the Iowa chapter of the Sierra Club, said Iowans must do everything they can to stop the pipeline project. "We cannot let fossil fuels continue to damage and wreck our economy and environment and our earth," Taylor said.

Energy Transfer Partners (ETF), who also do business as Dakota Access, announced plans for a proposed oil pipeline that will run diagonally across Iowa, through 17 or 18 counties. The company also announced that some of the crude oil will be loaded onto rail cars for shipment to the east coast.

Attorney Taylor will be in Fairfield on Monday November 24th at 7:30pm at the Fairfield Public Library to address the issue and answer any questions people may have. A county meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, December 2nd at 9am at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds Activity Building where the company will present their agenda and then hear from local community members about their plans.

59:58 minutes (109.81 MB) Stereo 44kHz 256Kbps (CBR)

Katey LaurelDenver-based folk-pop songstress Katey Laurel grew up drawing pictures, writing stories, riding horses and playing in the woods in the Colorado mountains. Laurel's songs range from radio-friendly pop tunes to lush, cinematic songs for film and television.

With background in classical piano, french horn, guitar and voice, her artistic roots are deep and diverse. Laurel draws her musical inspiration as a songwriter from many musical styles including bluegrass, classic rock, alternative, country, and even 80s dance-pop.

Laurel performs on radio & television, at festivals and venues around the US, including Hotel Cafe (LA), The Bitter End (NYC), Bluebird Cafe (Nashville), Hard Rock Café Denver and Nashville, Colorado State Fair and the Greeley Stampede. She has built a solid fan base with her unique voice garnering airplay on stations around the country including KALC, KMNT, KBCO, KFMU and KOTO and now KRUUfm.

As a live performer, she's shared the stage with Howie Day, Bill Mallonee, Katie Herzig, Matt Morris, Trevor Hall and others. Her new album “Periscope” produced by industry veteran Warren Huart is garnering attention in the indie field.

Walnut Valley Festival New Song Winner, and finalist at Tucson Folk Festival, Great American Song ContestMountain Stage New Song Southwest Regional, Texaco Country Showdown Southwest Regional and International Songwriting Competition Semi-Finalist.

- Around Town - 20141119

30:02 minutes (27.5 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

Melinda Ardnt speaks with people around town

- Mental Health Matters - 20141118-Curt Hanson

29:05 minutes (26.63 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
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