audio by artist james moore

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A lecture given at MIT by Joseph Cirincione of the Center for American Progress February 22, 2007 about which countries get nuclear weapons and which don't--with a focus on Iran.

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This episode revolves around the issue of Conspiracy Theories.

Tanner and Moore on Planet Erstwild 2-9-07

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Tanner and Moore on Planet Erstwild 2-16-07

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A discussion of world events with a focus on the global ecovillage movement.

7 - James Moore - Tanner & Moore 3-16-07

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- James Moore - Kirsten Gagnaire

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 Ms. Gagnaire has a broad background in developing strategy and conducting business planning for non-profit, business and government clients. As Principal and founder of Social Enterprise Group, LLC, Ms. Gagnaire specializes in assisting non-profit and business clients in developing comprehensive strategic plans, developing social enterprise business plans and building organizational capacity to achieve a more efficient and effective social enterprise. She is particularly adept at working with clients to turn challenges into opportunities and is skilled in bringing diverse stakeholders together to realize a common vision. She has a passion for international work and travel, is proficient in French and has studied both Russian and Bambara.

- Planet Erstwild - Clyde Cleveland interviews Ron Paul

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On Friday April 13th, guest host Clyde Cleveland interviewed Congressman Ron Paul of Texas (R) on Planet Erstwild.  Paul is running for president.  Clyde Cleveland ran for governor of Iowa as the Libertarian Party candidate in 2002. Reason Magazine interviewed Paul about his presidential bid earlier this year. Asked what issues he would emphasize, Paul responded:

"Everything I’ve talked about for twenty years! I think the biggest thing for Republican primary voters is that most Republicans are turned off right now. They’ve had a beating and are reassessing their values. They have to decide what they believe in. The Republican Party has become about big government conservatism, and Republicans need to hear the message they used to hear: that conservatives are supposed to be for small government."

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Nation
contributing writer Ari Berman discusses recent developments in Gaza and the West Bank with Planet Erstwild's James Moore, as well as the leaked Barack Obama opposition research document which the New York Times' Adam Nagourney wrote about. Does it mean Obama's "new kind of politics" are closer to "politics as usual"?

- Planet Erstwild - Jimmy Carter Speech

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The Honorable Jimmy Carter

 

Former President Jimmy Carter in Iowa City on April 18

on Palestine: Peace not Apartheid

 

For an article on this event, click here

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Doug Daller does a brief interview with Maria Muldaur about her new release "Naughty, Bawdy and Blue" and upcoming performance in Fairfield at Morning Start Studio on Friday April 27, 2007.

 
Maria Muldaur

- In Depth with Erika Richards - Amir Elubadi

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James Moore interviews Amir Elubadi, an Arab-Israeli who grew up in Israel and was a member of the national soccer team. He discusses a wide range of topics including the inequities of life in Israel for a native Arab, the struggle in Palestine and more. His native town is located in the center of Israel five miles from the West Bank. 

- Planet Erstwild - Stephanie Miller

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Stephanie MillerJames Moore interviewed nationally syndicated progressive talk show host Stephanie Miller, a rising superstar in talk radio.

Ranked 36th in the nation this year by Talkers Magazine, the Los Angeles-based Miller recently did a three-day stint at MSNBC in the wake of Don Imus' unseemly demise. She is a part of the Jones Media Network, the nation's largest independent radio network. Her average weekly listenership is over 1.25 million.

Steve Young calls the Stephanie Miller Show "the most entertaining political show in morning radio."

- Planet Erstwild - Erin Gee Interview

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Erin Gee

 

James Moore interviews Rome Prize recipient Erin Gee from her residence in Graz, Austria.

She will be working on a new opera that will feature her brother Colin,
former principal clown for Cirque du Soleil, who helped create the
work.

To read Moore's article in this month's Iowa Source on Gee, click here

Update: Mouthpiece IX won "selected piece" ("1st prize") at the International Rostrum of Composers in Paris last weekend.

- Planet Erstwild - Josh Rushing

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James Moore will be talking with former Marine Lieutenant Josh Rushing todayJosh Rushing at 3pm. He will discuss his new book Mission Al Jazeera and his journey from a small Texas town to a 14-year career in the Marines including acting as a liason for the military with Hollywood to his most recent stint with the Al Jazeera English network.

"Al Jazeera is the most influential Arab voice outside of mosques. It is the largest shaper of ideology," Rushing explained in a Time magazine article shortly after he was hired in the fall of 2005. "I've dedicated my adult life to the health and security of the United States and to representing the best of American ideas. I will maintain my credibility by continuing to do that."

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Major-General Scott Gration

 

Major-General Scott Gration is in Iowa stumping for Presidential hopeful Barack Obama. Gration, a 32-year career Air Force service member, now retired, was born and raised in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He accompanied Senator Obama on a tour of Africa and is currently one of his top military advisors.

He speaks with Planet Erstwild's James Moore about his perspectives on Africa and why he believes Obama is the right choice for America.

Click on the picture for a Newseek article on Gration by Michael Hirsch

- Classical Hour - Sufi Music with Udi Erdawon

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- Planet Erstwild - Professor Marc Falkoff

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Professor Marc Falkoff of NIU
Marc Falkoff is an assistant professor at the Northern Illinois
University College of Law and attorney for 17 Guantanamo prisoners.

He is editor of Poems from Guantanamo: The Detainees Speak published by University of Iowa Press just out this past week.
Poems of Guantanamo: The Detainees Speak
This collection gives voice to the men held at Guantanamo, only available because of the tireless efforts of pro bono attorneys who submitted each line to Pentagon scrutiny.
Planet Erstwild's James Moore conducted a live phone interview with Professor Falkoff. Hear a firsthand account of one lawyer's attempt to seek justice in a twilight zone and give voice to souls lost in a black hole.
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- Planet Erstwild - Obama in Fairfield

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Obama in Fairfield
Senator Barack Obama visited Fairfield July 3rd, 2007.
Before his public address from the townsquare which was broadcast live on CSPAN, he granted an exclusive interview to KRUU-FM.
Speaking Freely's Dennis Raimondi and Open Views' Sundar Raman did the honors. That 10-minute interview and his talk from Fairfield's townsquare will be presented in this one-hour KRUU-FM Election Special: Obama in Fairfield.
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- Tanner & Moore - 20070928 - Walter Day Interview

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Walter Day in "The King of Kong" Join Planet Erstwild host James Moore for a lively discussion with Twin Galaxies co-founder Walter Day.

Walter, a 30-year resident of Fairfield, is featured prominently in the new full-length documentary "The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters". The movie is opening Friday September 29th at the Co-Ed Theater.

Walter will explain his role in the story and several of the controversies swirling around this film which has received many favorable reviews and even some "Oscar" buzz.

- Local Yokels - 20071103 Sitar & Tabla

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- Planet Erstwild - 20071123 - Interview w/ Walter Butts

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- Planet Erstwild - 20071123 Interview w/ Evan Hall

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- Planet Erstwild - 20071207 - Valerie Plame Interview

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"Fair Game" Valerie Plame WilsonJames Moore interviewed Valerie Plame live on Planet Erstwild on Dec 7, 2007. Plame is the covert CIA operative outed by senior administration officals in retaliation for an editorial her husband, former Ambassador Joe Wilson, wrote in the New York TImes in July 2003. Titled "What I Didn't Find in Africa", Wilson's revelations led the White House to retract the centerpiece of the January 2003 State of the Union address in which the president quoted British sources that Iraq was actively seeking weapons of mass destruction and thereby threatening U.S. interests.

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KIng Corn
Ian Cheney & Curt Ellis
There will be a special showing in Fairfield at the Co-Ed Sunday morning December 16th at 11am

A panel discussion with director Aaron Wolf and co-producer/star Ian Cheney (whose aunt, Ginger Bellilove, lives in Fairfield!) will follow the movie.

- Planet Erstwild - 20071218 - Mayor Gavin Newsom

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Mayor Gavin Newsom of San FranciscoMayor Gavin Newsom visited Fairfield this past weekend, stumping for presidential hopeful Senator Hillary Clinton. James Moore caught up with him at a local eatery and arranged a phone interview.

As San Francisco's youngest mayor in 100 years, Gavin Newsom has accomplished remarkable things. In July, 2007, Healthy San Francisco was launched, guaranteeing comprehensive, high-quality healthcare for all San Franciscans, fulfilling a pledge he made in 2005.

In 2004, he unveiled San Francisco’s Climate Action Plan, which aims to reduce local greenhouse gas emissions by more than 2.5 million tons by 2012 and curb global warming through strict goals that exceed the United Nations Kyoto Protocols.

- Planet Erstwild - 20071228 - Chief Arvol Looking Horse

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Chief Arvol Looking Horse

Planet Erstwild will feature a bouquet of interesting topics this Friday including a live in studio interview with visiting Lakota Chief Arvol Looking Horse, his wife Paula Horne and their son, Ca'-Ton Zepheir, who resides in Fairfield.

He will be giving a presentation at the Civic Center 2pm Saturday December 29th.

Chief Arvol Looking Horse is the 19th generation keeper of the White Buffalo Calf Pipe Bundleand holds the responsibility of spiritual leader among the Lakota, Dakota and Nakota People. He holds an honorary Doctorate from the University of South Dakota, and travels and speaks extensively on peace, environmental and native rights issues. He has been the recipient of several awards, including the Wolf Award of Canada for his dedicated work for peace. A skilled horseman, he shares his knowledge with the youth on the long distance rides that take place in South Dakota throughout the year.

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Jack Darin is an energy policy advisor for Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama. Working closely with the Senator in Illinois, Darin will share his insights on Obama's environmental policies including nuclear power. He is giving a presentation on the subject Friday night at the Fairfield Public Library, 104 W. Adams on Friday, Dec. 28th at 7:30 p.m.

- Planet Erstwild - 20071229 - Nina Hagan Interview

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Nina Hagen

Nina Hagen

 

Nina Hagen, legendary East German chanteuse diva/activist, speaks with Planet Erstwild's James Moore about her colorful career, her take on world events, her opposition to the Iraq invasion, war in general, and her unabashed support of Democratic presidential hopeful Dennis Kucinich.

You can find Nina's website by clicking either pic.

- Planet Erstwild - Suzanne Stryker - 20080125

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Suzanne Stryker

 

James Moore discusses art and loss with local painter Suzanne Stryker, who was the target of art thieves twice right here in Fairfield.

Her story was featured in the Des Moines Register and picked up by the Associated Press.

She shares her thoughts and reflections on Planet Erstwild at 3pm CST

[Click on the picture to go to Suzanne's website.]

 

 

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- Planet Erstwild - 20080418 - Mac & Oceana Gayden

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- Planet Erstwild - 20080418- Larry Garner

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Larry Garner

 

 

On Planet Erstwild, James interviews some amazing people:

2pm- Baton Rouge-based bluesman extraordinaire Larry Garner who plays the Morning Star Friday April 18.

A world-class talent and a world-class man, Garner discusses his recent European tour, his new release Here Today, Gone Tomorrow, a recent heart attack and his love for the cultural landscape in Fairfield.

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Moore & FinkelsteinThis Friday on Planet Erstwild at 3pm, James Moore interviews Professor Norman Finkelstein about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Professor Finkelstein has written several books on the subject including The Holocaust Industry and Beyond Chutzpah.

His scholarly research has been praised by Noam Chomsky, among others. Though his tenure was denied at DePaul University last year after an organized effort to discredit his work by detractors, which the school says played no part in its decision, he retired and in a settlement the university officially declared him a great scholar and good teacher. He recently spoke at Grinnell University.

- Planet Erstwild - 20080516 - Pieta Brown

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Pieta Brown Pieta Brown will be phoning in to talk with James Moore at 2:15pm about her upcoming show at Cafe Paradiso (next weekend Friday May 23rd), accompanied by Lucinda Williams' guitarist and bandleader producer/guitarist Bo Ramsey. She'll be performing in New York City this Saturday night at the Bowery Ballroom.

Pieta is an artist who brings together the unvarnished humility of Loretta Lynn, the frank, modern rock punch of P.J. Harvey, the country sass and poetry of Neko Case, the urbane sophistication of Norah Jones or Rickie Lee Jones, and the soulful Southern grit of Bobbie Gentry, and - coloring it all - a deep abiding saturation in folk and blues that’s beyond her years.

- Planet Erstwild - 20080523 - Muralist Ella Yates

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E.E. Yates, posing with her Fairfield mural

 

 

 

Muralist Ella Yates, who has been commisioned by ArtLife Society to create a Fairfield mural, talks with Planet Erstwild's James Moore about her background, her commision and her worldwide murals. She is an engaging and colorful artist, not to mention an adept on the 8-string ukelele.

[Click on the picture to go to Ella's website.]

- Tanner & Moore - 20080523

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BBC filmmaker Stuart Tanner and Planet Erstwild host James Moore discuss China, food shortages and the efficacy of radicalism.

- Planet Erstwild - 20080606 Karla DeVito

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Karla DeVitoKarla DeVitoOpen Heart

James Moore speaks with singer/actor Karla DeVito about her musical and theatrical career and her upcoming Fairfield performance at the Stephen Sondheim Center for the Performing Arts of Open Heart, the musical, written by her husband, 3-time Golden Globe nominee, Robby Benson, who will also be on stage with original cast member Stan Brown June 20-29.

- Planet Erstwild - 20080620 - Brian Haas

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Jacob Fred Jazz Oddysey's Brian Haas talks about band upcoming show at Cafe Paradiso.

- Planet Erstwild - 20080624 - Amy Goodman Interview

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"Media should be the fourth estate, not for the state." -Amy Goodman

 

James Moore interviews independent media champion Amy Goodman, host of Democracy Now! who visited Fairfield this past weekend as part of a tour for her latest book "Standing Up to the Madness: Ordinary Heroes in Extraordinary Times", her latest book co-written with her brother, investigative journalist David Goodman. Democracy Now! is the largest media collaboration in North American public broadcasting.

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"Media should be the fourth estate, not for the state." -Amy Goodman

Independent media champion Amy Goodman, host of Democracy Now!, addresses Fairfield at the Public Library as part of a tour for her latest book "Standing Up to the Madness: Ordinary Heroes in Extraordinary Times", co-written with her brother, investigative journalist David Goodman. Democracy Now! is the largest media collaboration in North American public broadcasting.

- Planet Erstwild - Bill Moyers Morning Plenary

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Bill Moyers, independent media champion, addresses the opening session of the National Conference of Media Reform held in Minneapolis June 6-8, 2008. This is an audio file from the freepress.net website.

Bill Moyers

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James Moore talks with Gabriel Renfrow about his music, his Kings of Heart and his passion for tatoos. Okay, not the latter, but next time he certainly will. "I come from a tatoo family," he told me matter of factly after the interview.

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Planet Erstwild's James Moore interviews Prometheus Radio Project's John Wenz. As legislation organizer for PRP, John visits Washington DC regularly meeting with members of Congress. Calling in from Philadelphia, John explains bill HR 2802 and how if it moves out the telecommunications subcommittee and receives a hearing, it means a second window for low power radio stations could be just around the corner--but reminds listeners they should do their part to make sure their congressmen sign on to the bill. Loebsack and Boswell have yet to sign on to the bill.

- Planet Erstwild - 20080711 - Soufian Barham

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- Local Yokels - 20080315 David Seagull

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KRUU-FM's Planet Erstwild host James Moore speaks with American original J.W. French.J. W. French & John Proctor


J.W. French
gets around — with a rudder stick between his legs and bugs in his teeth.

The Fort Myers, Fla., man landed his Acro Sport II biplane at the Roseburg Municipal Airport Saturday. Oregon was the 38th state the 72-year-old has visited by biplane since he began an aviation tour of the Lower 48 on June 15.

Next he’s visiting Washington, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota, duplicating the route of his late friend, Sam Burgess, whom French claims is the only person ever to have flown all 48 states in a homemade plane.

[Click on pic for complete story.]

 

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James Moore and guest co-host Janet Attwood, New York Times best-selling author of The Passion Test, interview New Thought Minister Michael Beckwith, founder of Agape International, a trans-denominational community of 10,000 likeminds located in California.

He teaches widely and meets regularly with the Dalai Lama, Mahatma Gandhi's grandson Arun Gandhi, and others promoting what he calls the emerging paradigm of a spiritual peace. Michael was one of the stars of the breakthrough movie The Secret and has appeared on many programs like Oprah, Larry King, and others.


www.agapelive.com

- Planet Erstwild - 20080905 - Yashar Vasef

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James Moore interviews Yashar Vasef on Planet Erstwild.

Yashar was Tehran indoorsborn in Tehran after the Islamic revolution. During the infamous 1988 'war of the cities' (Baghdad/Tehran) in which Tehran was bombarded by Russian and American missiles supplied to Iraq, his parents fled Iran in hopes of a brighter future for their children. So they ended up in Istanbul, Turkey as refugees of war and about two years later received asylum in the United States of America.

They moved from Cleveland to Los Angeles, most recently settling in Iowa City, where Yashar attended high school and the university. He studied Political Science and International Studies (w/ emphasis on Islamic studies) at the University of Iowa. He's been holding events with the Persian Student Organization on campus to break down cultural barriers between Iran and the United States. He recently embarked on a trip to Iran by himself, his first trip back 'home' since leaving as a child. James speaks with him at length about his impressions and experiences.

[Click on pictues to go to link of Yashar's photos and comments of his Tehran trip]

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James speaks with Ms. Yoshiko Kajimoto, Hiroshima atomic bomb survivor, who was working 2.3 km from the epicenter of the blast. She is sharing her experiences on a Midwest tour sponsored by the Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation.. Foundation chairman Steve Leepers also speaks with James.

- Planet Erstwild - 20080919 - Professor John Solow

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Professor John Solow

University of Iowa economics Professor John Solow talks with Planet Erstwild host James Moore about his research using the Iowa Creativity Index which correlates creativity and economic growth, and places Jefferson County 6th out of 99 counties, one of the leading rural counties in the state.
[Click John's pic for article.]

John L. Solow is Associate Professor and Assistant Departmental Executive Officer and a Justice International Business Fellow

john-solow@uiowa.edu

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Dr. Vernon Katz

 

Holocaust memoirist, Dr. Vernon Katz discusses his beautifully-written recently-released book, The Blue Salon and Other Follies, about growing up in the 1930s in rural Lippe in the shadow of Nazi Germany.

 

- Planet Erstwild - 20080912 Thomas Frank

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Thomas FrankBest-selling author Thmas Frank

 

Planet Erstwild host James Moore interviews Thomas Frank on Fri Sept 12th at 2:30pm. Frank is author of The Wrecking Crew: How Conservatives Rule, and best-sellers What’s the Matter with Kansas? and One Market Under God. A weekly columnist for The Wall Street Journal, Frank has done recent interviews with Bill Moyers, Terry Gross, and Amy Goodman, among others. He's at Prairie Lights in Iowa City Sunday at 2pm.

- Planet Erstwild - 20080919 Bill Simpich

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Civil rights attorney Bill Simpich

 

Civil rights attorney Bill Simpich, who writes for Truthout.org, discusses with Planet Erstwild host James Moore the anthrax investigations in the House and Senate Judiciary Committees, finally underway this week, seven years later.

- Planet Erstwild - 20080919 Terry Allen

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Terry Allen, senior health editor for In These Times, discusses the upcoming Supreme Court case of Vermont musician Diana Levine, wDiana Levineho lost her arm in a drug-related mishap and won a $6.8 million settlement from Wyeth Pharmaceuticals. If the Supreme Court overturns the verdict and accepts a new "preemption" doctrine for FDA-approved pharmaceuticals (slipped into the preamble of a bill in 2006), her case may "immunize Big Pharma" from liability, a trend that has been pushed by pro-corporate tort reform Republican lawmakers.

[Click pic for link to NY Times' feature.]

- Planet Erstwild - 20080919 - Dr. Vernon Katz

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Dr. Vernon Katz

 

Holocaust memoirist, Dr. Vernon Katz, discusses his recently-released book, The Blue Salon and Other Follies, about growing up in the 1930s in rural Lippe in the shadow of Nazi Germany.

- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20080929 - no - Ari

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The Shef

Dave Sheffield

 

Dave "The Shef" Sheffield speaks with James Moore about his upcoming visit to Fairfield where he will speak at the International Toastmasters 2008 Fall Evaluation & Humorous Contest. "The Shef" cooks up exciting management and motivational recipes for audiences of all sizes. He is the co-author of three books and travels extensively giving motivational speeches and seminars.

[Click on Dave's pic to go to his website.] 

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First Lady Mari Culver

 

Iowa First Lady Mari Culver talks about her upcoming visit to Fairfield with Around Town host Melinda Arndt. The wife of Governor Chet Culver will keynote a SEVA-sponsored luncheon fundraiser for the Ottumwa Crisis Center and Women's Shelter at the Fairfield Arts and Convention Center on Thursday October 2nd.

For reservations, visit SEVA's website at www.sevafairfield.org, or call Coralie at 472-7148.

Donations to the Ottumwa Crisis Center may be sent c/o SEVA, P.O. Box 1564, Fairfield, IA or online at www.sevafairfield.org.

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- Tanner & Moore - 20081002 - Bail-out

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Tanner & Moore have a heated debate about the Wall Street bail-out.

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Joe Sugarman

 

At 2:15pm, James talks with direct marketing guru Joe Sugarman
from Las Vegas. A top advertising and marketing entrepeneur, Joe will
be in Fairfield Saturday October 4th & 5th at 9am for the launch of
Maui Joe Coffee. He is working in conjunction with local businessman Cliff Rose. James is joined by infomercial indutry pioneer Tim Hawthorne, Chairman and Executive Creative Director of Hawthorne DIrect.

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Alexandra Harney, author of "The China Price"

The China Price

Former BBC filmmaker Stuart Tanner and co-host James Moore discuss Alexandra Harney's bold, revelatory work of investigative journalism, THE CHINA PRICE which exposes the gritty realities of conditions in Chinese factories.

Harney, who speaks fluent Japanese and Chinese and wrote for The Financial Times for 9 years, will be phoning in from Hong Kong. A 1997 cum laude graduate of Princeton University with a degree from the Woodrow Wilson School for Public and International Affaairs, Harney was born in Washington, DC. Tanner has shot two documentaries in China and one news segment.

It's Tanner & Moore every Thursday night at 7pm CST.

- Planet Erstwild - 20081017 Anne Kilkenny

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- Planet Erstwild - 20081024 - Greg Palast

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- Tanner & Moore - 20081030 - Dr. Linda Yueh

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Co-hosts Stuart Tanner and James Moore discuss the the global ramifications ofDr. Linda Yueh, BA (Yale) MPP (Harvard) JD (NYU, School of Law) DPhil (Oxford)
the recent downturn in worldwide economics with Dr. Linda Yueh, a fellow in economics at the University of Oxford and a visiting professor at the London usiness School, whose expertise is in economic and business issues, particularly on the macroeconomy.

MacroeconomicsHer work and recent book, Macroeconomics, focuses on the UK, U.S., EU and global economy, and her research examines emerging markets –- such as China, globalisation, international economic law, economic growth and development. She had previously practiced international corporate law while resident in New York, Beijing, and Hong Kong. She is an Associate of the Globalisation Programme of the Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), a fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts (RSA), and a member of the Bar of New York State in the U.S.

Dr. Yueh has published widely in academic and specialist journals. She serves as Series Editor for the Economic Development and Growth book series for World Scientific Publishing. Her recent books include Macroeconomics and Globalisation and Economic Growth in China. Forthcoming books include: The Law and Economics of Globalisation: New Challenges for a World in
Flux (editor)
,and The Future of Asian Trade and Growth: Economic Development with the Emergence of China (editor).

- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20081117

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- Tanner & Moore - 20081120 - David Bamlango

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David Bamlango
Join cohosts Stuart Tanner and James Moore on Tanner & Moore this Thursday November 20 at 7pm CST for a further indepth discussion on the Congo with David Bamlango.
Bamlango, who grew up in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is
working as a lawyer for an international business firm in Chicago.

Two weeks ago, Tanner & Moore were joined by Congolese native Kabuika Kamunga for a historical discussion and background on the tragic country that has seen so much suffering.

Since 1998, an estimated 6 million Congolese have lost their lives
due to war, hunger and illness. 6 million--never mind the brutal legacy
of King Leopold's Imperial reign of terror, Belgian colonialization,
and the Western-backed rule of Mobutu.

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- Tanner & Moore - 20081206 - Congo - Kabuika Kamunga

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King Leopold of Belgium

 

Tonight's topics will range from a discussion on recent events in the Democratic Republic of the Congo including a brief overview of the dark period ofKabuika Kamunga Belgian colonialization in the heart of Africa under the brutal, genocidal rule of King Leopold to reflections on the landslide victory of Senator Barack Obama,
the first African-American elected to America's highest office . (There
have been only 6 African-Americans elected to the Senate.)

Joining the discussion, offering a layman's perspective, will be Kabuika Kamunga,
a Congolese native with a Master's Degree in journalism, who has lived
in Chicago the past 22 years and recenty come to school at MUM to
pursue an MBA. She hosted her own daily hour-long international news
program on Chicago's NPR station.

- Classical Hour - 20081205 - Nancy McFarland Gaub

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New Prarie Camerata

Chamber Music Society Fairfield presents New Prairie Camerata
with Claudia Anderson, flute, Nancy McFarland Gaub, violin, Eugene
Gaub, piano and guest artist Christine Rutledge on viola on Thursday,
December 11, 7:30 p.m. at the Sondheim Center.

Nancy McFarland Gaub
speaks with Classical Hour about the upcoming performance organized by Freddy Fonseca.

Presented will be duos and trios by composers from six different
nationalities, including Max Reger (German) and Bohuslav Martinù
(Czech); the humorous Virgil Thomson, Alan Tormey (both American) and
Jacob ter Veldhuis (Dutch) with compositions inspired by American
popular music; the meditative Arvo Pärt (Estonian); and Frenchman
Jacques Ibert whose passionate works are inspired by Spanish music!

- Tanner & Moore - 20081211 - Hochunk

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- Tanner & Moore - 20081113 - Africa

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Ho-Chunk Nation

Co-hosts Stuart Tanner and James Moore discuss Stuart's recent journey to the Ho-Chunk Nation in Nebraska to document their elders' decision to consider Transcendental Meditation as a tool to combat the deleterious effects of diabetes on the tribe.

Included are interviews with the elders.

Former BBC filmmaker Stuart currently works with the David Lynch Foundation overseeing documentary film production.

- Tanner & Moore - 20081204 - Paul Street

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Sharon Lock talks about her arrival in Gaza on a boat from Frankfurt, Germany with 44 activists in the first such landing through the Israeli blockade of the Gaza Strip in 41 years. She reports on the the massive suprise assault by the Israel Air Force which killed over 200 Palestinians and was launched at 11am local time when children we're getting out of school.

Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, who is running for the office of prime minister in next month's Israeli national election along with Defense Minister Ehud Barack, said Israel had "no choice" but to mount the assault in response to rocket fire from Hamas into southern Israel, though no Israelis had been killed in the previous six months.

From 2000, when the first rocket was fired from Gaza, to 2008, rocket and mortar fire from Gaza have killed 20 Israelis. [Statistics from the Israel Project (TIP) website, an international non-profit organization, providing journalists and leaders accurate information about the Middle East.]

- Planet Erstwild - 20090101- Dr. Eyud Sarraj in Gaza

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James Moore speaks with Dr. Eyad Sarraj from his home in Gaza City.Dr. Eyad Sarraj

Dr. Sarraj is the founder and president of the Gaza Community Mental Health Program and a commissioner of the Palestinian Independent Commission for Human Rights.

Read his recent editorial for the Los Angeles Times titled: Catastrophe in Gaza: An Israeli blockade curtails food, fuel, medicine and travel.

Here's a link to an incredible 1996 NY Times piece on Dr. Sarraj by Anthony Lewis: Darkness in Gaza. His criticism of Yassar Arafat and the Palestinian Authority would land him in jail.

- Planet Erstwild - 20090102 - Osamah Khalil

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by Nidal El-Khairy
Featured on Planet Erstwild this week is a live phone-in interview with Osamah Khalil, a doctoral candidate in US & Middle East History at the University of California, Berkeley, focusing on the origins of US foreign policy in the Middle East. He is also a regular contributor to the Electronic Intifada website. We will be discussing his recent piece, "The Dogs of War." Its conclusion:

Caught between this collection of madmen, criminals and fools are the people of Gaza, who have suffered for far too long and have paid an unbelievable price for simply being Palestinian. After more then 30 months of sanctions and siege, many have become desperately poor, living a daily reality of constant terror and deprivation that few can imagine. Yet, in the face of overwhelming cruelty and a conspiracy of silence and indifference they persevere. That they must do so is an
indictment of us all.

Join host James Moore as he attempts to break down this complex subject. Israel is not allowing international journalists into the Gaza Strip.

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James Moore speaks with Sharon Lock of the International Solidarity Movement in Jabaliya, Gaza. On August 23, 2008, along with 44 activists who had gathered in Cyprus, she landed in Gaza in one of the first boats to make it through Israel's sea blockade in 41 years, she told James.

She spent the previous night riding in ambulances helping collect the wounded in and around Jabaliya, a city in the north of Gaza, where heavy fighting has been reported. We spoke with Sharon the day after Israel's Air Force launched its surprise air assault 10 days ago that has now killed over 500 Palestinians and wounded 2500. 5 Israelis have died, 3 civilians and 2 soldiers since Israel launched its offensive.

A post from Sharon's blog: http://talestotell.wordpress.com/

People have asked me if I am frightened. What I am frightened by is the enormity of these events, at how few international eyes there are here to witness them, and that it is hard to imagine how it will end.

- Planet Erstwild - 20090111 - Anna Baltzer

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090109 - Charles Bloom

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Planet Erstwild host James Moore interviews composer and lyricist CharlesCharles Bloom Bloom about his collaborative efforts with director Randy West and musical director Justin Hill, starring Phantom of the Opera Broadway star Brad Little, for the upcoming Way Off Broadway production of In Full: Bloom. Performances run for two weeks at the Bridgeview Center in Ottumwa January 15-25.

Bloom discusses growing up in Los Angeles with a father in the business (screenwriter), his stint as a televison actor, relocating to the Big Apple, where Broadway lies at his doorstep, his affinity with musical theater, and some of his compositions, including "To See You Happy," that will be featured in the upcoming performances.

[To visit Charles' website, click on his pic.]

- Planet Erstwild - 20090109 - Composer Charles Bloom

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Planet Erstwild host James Moore interviews composer and lyricist CharlesCharles Bloom Bloom about his collaborative efforts with director Randy West and musical director Justin Hill, starring Phantom of the Opera Broadway star Brad Little, for the upcoming Way Off Broadway production of In Full: Bloom. Performances run for two weeks at the Bridgeview Center in Ottumwa January 15-25.

Bloom discusses growing up in Los Angeles with a father in the business
(screenwriter), his stint as a televison actor, relocating to the Big
Apple, where Broadway lies at his doorstep, his affinity with musical
theater, and some of his compositions, including "To See You Happy,"
that will be featured in the upcoming performances.

[To visit Charles' website, click on his pic.]

- Planet Erstwild - 20090116A - Tim Karr

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090123- Ed Hipp Toastmasters

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090130 - Lane Wyrick

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- Tanner & Moore - 20090205 - Rachel Scott

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090206 - Bob Dorr

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Bob Dorr


Planet Erstwild host James Moore speaks with Bob Dorr of the Blue Band & Iowa Public Radio fame about music, radio, Fairfield, and even a little politics.

The Blue Band will be perform at Fairfield's Second Annual Valentine's Day event at the Fairfield Arts and Convention Center to benefit the Jefferson County Health Center Foundation mammography division. That's Saturday February 14 at 8:30pm. For more info: www.jeffersoncountyhealthccenter.org.

- Tanner & Moore - 20090212 - Pratapchatterjee

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- Tanner & Moore - 20090219 - Economy Holder

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Watt, Graeser and Larson, Part One on Irving Toast, Poetry Ghost, Sun 10:30am/Mon 1:30pm central

  Watt, Graeser, Larson... Larson, Graeser, Watt... Graeser, Larson, Watt... Looking for something that chimed like Emerson, Lake & Palmer, I came up with The Wandering Philosopher Poets of the Long Shadow. Recorded live and in concert at the MUM Library on a cold February eve, this show will warm your innards like a slurp of Oh-Be-Joyful and make you dance around the campfire clapping your loose shoe soles to the rhythm and blues of the undying heavens above. Whom do you love, Lonesome Dove? Let's give the rocks a shove and park our carcasses for some howling good poetry. And oh, this is just Part One. Part two to be aired at a later date. Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeehawwwwwwww!


Here's a poem to help get you through:

 

 

- Tanner & Moore - 20090226 - Sonia Gunderson

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090227 - Clyde Cleveland

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- Tanner & Moore - 20090305 - Economy Woes

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- Tanner & Moore - 20090312 - Finance Westbank

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Sky Factory

 

Bill Witherspoon talks about his company Sky Factory at a Fairfield Chamber of Commerce hosted event held at the Pizza Ranch on Burlington.

This Business Before Breakfast monthly event was sponsored by Terry Baker.

[Click on the picture to link to the Sky Factory website.]

- Tanner & Moore - 20090319 - Iraq Mrsa

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- Tanner & Moore - 20090326 - John Collins

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Planet Esrtwild host James Moore speaks with program administrator Tammy Wedjen-Kesterson and Mary Ann Williams of the Community Partnerships for Protecting Children about April Childhood Abuse Prevention Month.

- Tanner & Moore - 20090416 - Jeff Smith GMOS

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- Tanner & Moore - 20090423 - Topics DuJour

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090501B - Laura Cohen

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090508 - David Patterson

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090508 - Nancy Horas Adopt a Home

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090511 - Rustin Larson

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090512 - Sharon Dixon

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090521-pe-lynntwist-jackcanf

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090521 - Lynn Twist Marcishimoff

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090521 - Lynn Twist - John Gray

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090522 - Campbell Hair Woodstock

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090522 - John Whitaker

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Brent Willet, executive director of the Fairfield Economic Development Association (FEDA) and the Fairfield Area Chamber of Commerce, discusses FEDA's new two-year strategic plan (2009-11) with KRUU station manager James Moore.

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090607 - Melaine Taylor

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090603 - Rick Segel

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090610 - Matt Milner

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Tim Karr, campaign director for Free PressCampaign Director Timothy Karr, who oversees Free Press campaigns and online outreach efforts, including SavetheInternet.com and work on public broadcasting, propaganda, and journalism, talks with Planet Erstwild host James Moore about national broadband internet issues.

Before joining Free Press, Tim served as executive director of MediaChannel.org and vice president of Globalvision New Media and the Globalvision News Network. He has also worked extensively as an editor, reporter and photojournalist for the Associated Press, Time Inc., New York Times and Australia Consolidated Press. Tim critiques, analyzes and reports on media and media policy for the Huffington Post and on his personal blog, MediaCitizen.blogspot.com

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Join host James Moore for a wide-ranging discussion with Clyde Cleveland and Michael McKay about politics, economics, natural law, constitutional integrity Clyde Clevelandand common sense.

President of the Randall Marketing Group, Clyde Cleveland recently attended a conference held on Jekyll Island off the coast of Georgia, the site where the Federal Reserve was created. One of only 25 participants, liberty issues were discussed by the group gathered from
around tMichael McKayhe country. Clyde ran for governor in 2002 in Iowa as the Libertarian candidate. He is founder of Common Sense Revisited and Restoring the Heart of America.

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- Tanner & Moore - 20090618

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Rebiya KadeerThursday, July 16th at 7pm on KRUU-FM, the Tanner & Moore show will focus on the ethnic unrest in Western China that erupted last week. China admits 184 people died, over 1100 were wounded and more than 1500 arrests followed from three days of rioting. (Some Uighers dispute these offical numbers.) Joining the discussion from Washington DC will be Henryk Szadziewski of the Uyghur Human Rights Project, an organization that works closely with Rebiya Kadeer, the woman China accuses of masterminding the uprising, which she denies.

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090730 - Katie Visco.

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Planet Erstwild host James Moore interviews Katie Visco, who is running across America from Boston to San Diego. The vivacious 24-year-old is encouraging people to pursue their passions and live their dreams. She spent a night in Fairfield before dashing off in the morning, which is when we caught up with her.

[Click on Pave Your Lane logo to go to Katie's

- Planet Erstwild - 20090806 - Sam Zeller - Randy West

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James Moore interviews Sam Zeller who stars as the Pirate King in Randy West's Way Off Broadway's production of "Pirates of Penzance" at the Sondheim Center for the Performing Arts. The director also talks about his company and production.

Born and raised in Anaheim, California, Zeller went to Walt Disney Elementary School. Upon graduating high school, he received scholarships to USC, UCLA, UCI, and CSUN--graduating with a dual BA degree in Broadcast Journalism and Theater from UCI. He wrote for The Anaheim Bulletin newspaper for 7 years, His work has taken him to Japan, Sweden, Russia, Italy, Venezuela, Hawaii, the Caribbean--and all points in between!

After landing a recurring role as Lt. Ch'targh on STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE, Zeller was summoned to Neverland to play Starkey and the Captain Hook understudy in the national tour and Broadway revival of PETER PAN for the next three years.

- Planet Erstwild - 20090807 - Rich Sims

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Twin Galaxies
started in Ottumwa, Iowa in 1981 and came to be known as the most famous video arcade on the planet. After being proclaimed the "Video Game Capital of the World" in '82, Ottumwa is finally kicking off its campaign to create the International Video Game Hall of Fame & Museum.

Listen Wednesday August 12th at 1 P.M. on KRUU to "Twin Galaxies & the Video Game Capital of the World," a special report by Dan Mescon on the history of Twin Galaxies and Ottumwa's quest to gain its rightful place in video game history. The special will continue to air this week following Free Speech Radio News on KRUU.

For those "game" enough to experience the action in person, the Hall of Fame's kickoff party is Thursday, August 13 from 1pm to 9pm at Ottumwa's Bridge View Center, and will feature celebrities from the world of gaming, contests and more. Free video games for the kids!!!

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  James Moore interviews Milo Bekins, chairman of the Analog Forestry Network. Born in California, Bekins followed the surf down to Costa Rica where he met his wife and settled into farming, which he's been doing there for the past 35 years.

Analog Forestry is a system which seeks to establish analog ecosystems with architectural structures and ecological functions similar to the original climax or sub climax vegetation. It also seeks to strengthen rural communities, socially as much as economically, through the use of species that provide commercial products.

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James Moore & Mike Love of the Beach Boys


Mike Love of the Beach Boys dropped by KRUU-FM for a little one-on-one with Planet Erstwild host James Moore.

The two talked about a whole host of topics from foreign policy to the Chevy Volt to collaborations with cousin Brian Wilson to Love's commitment to sustainability (Mayor Malloy is making him "Green Czar" for a day) to experiences with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, MIU and Transcendental Meditation to 48 years of endless summers on the road.

Love, who co-wrote and sang many of the Beach Boys hit songs, was in Fairfield for a press conference at the Convention Center to promote his upcoming concert on Labor Day, September 7th, at 1pm at the Fairfield Middle School. Seminal Iowa rockers The Nadas will open. The event is a benefit for the David Lynch Foundation, co-produced by the FACC and the FVCB.

- Planet Erstwild - 20090818 - Steve Burgmeier

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Station manager James Moore and Ottumwa Courier writer Matt Milner interview Steve Burgmeier who won the endorsement of the Republican Party about his run for House District 90 in the upcoming special election.

- Planet Erstwild - 20090818 - Curt Hanson

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Station manager James Moore and Ottumwa Courier writer Matt Milner interview Steve Burgmeier who won the endorsement of the Republican Party about his run for House District 90 in the upcoming special election.

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Join host and station manager James Moore as he discusses in detail the Sustainable Living Coalition's upcoming Fairfield Ecological Design Center open house and fundraising gala on Saturday August 22 with Mayor Ed Malloy, Iowa State University Extension coordinator Lois Hunt, SLC founder Grover Stock and Go Green committee chair Bob Ferguson. Enjoy a lively discussion with FF's eco-movers and shakers, doers and groundbreakers.

- Planet Erstwild - 20090820 - Dan Cesar

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Station manager James Moore and Ottumwa Courier writer Matt Milner interview Keosauquan Dan Cesar of the 4th of July Party about his bid for a House seat in the September 1st special election for Distrct 90.

- Planet Erstwild - 20090818 - Curt Hanson

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Curt Hanson (D)
Station manager James Moore and Ottumwa Courier writer Matt Milner interview Curt Hanson who won the endorsement of the Republican Party at the KRUU studios about his run for House District 90 in the upcoming special election.

- Planet Erstwild - 20090818 - Curt Hanson

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Curt Hanson (D)

Station manager James Moore and Ottumwa Courier writer Matt Milner interview Curt Hanson who won the endorsement of the Democrats in his bid for House District 90.

- Planet Erstwild - 20090825 - HD90 Candidates Debate

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090825-pe-HD90 Candidates Debate

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Steve Burgmeier (R)Curt Hanson (D)

A special election is being held on Tuesday, September 1st to fill the house seat vacated by John Whitaker (D) who resigned to work with the Farm Service Bureau, by presidential appointment.

KRUU-FM Local Election Coverage Special
with the House District 90 Candidates Debate
Live at the Sondheim Center Tueday, August 25, 7pm-8:30pm
presented by the Chamber of Commerce,
moderated by Brent Willet.

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090918 - Lizzie Gillet

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090925 - Caleb Hawley

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090925 - Lawrence Eyre

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- Tanner & Moore - 20090925

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090928 - Becky Schmitz

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- Planet Erstwild - 20091001 - Parson Swall

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- Planet Erstwild - 20091002 - Dave Murphy

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- Planet Erstwild 2-16-07 - 20091002 - Ed Fallon

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- Planet Erstwild - 20091016 - Randy West

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- Tanner & Moore - 20091015 - Rob Content

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Rob Content is the Program Manager for Community Solutions, responsible fRob Contentor the development and documentation of the Smart Jitney and Agraria projects, as well as the development of an energy-based core curriculum in collaboration with Antioch University McGregor.

He and his wife are currently developing a four-acre permaculture demonstration garden which they will use as the base for community-oriented education about self-sufficient agriculture and food security. Rob earned graduate degrees in philosophy at the University of California, creative writing at Johns Hopkins and the University of Maryland, and Renaissance Studies at Duke University. He has worked as a humanities professor, filmmaker, and film critic.

- Planet Erstwild - 20091021 - Becky Schmitz

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- Planet Erstwild - 20091022 - Jeffrey Smith

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- Planet Erstwild - 20091023 - Ed Malloy

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- Tanner & Moore - 20091105 - wu-seytoff-uaa-1hr

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Laura Dawn

 

 James speaks with Laura Dawn and Daron Murphy who are part of the 4th Annual Lynch weekend extravaganza. The Little Death nyc will perform as well, a band Laura fronts which was started by Moby
and includes her husband/guitarist Daron Murphy. Laura, a native Iowan,
is also cultural director of MoveOn.org based out of NYC.

- Planet Erstwild - 20091106 - Dennis Pottratz

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- Planet Erstwild - 20091106 - Donovan

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Donovan

 

Host James Moore interviews legendary singer/songwriter Donovan talking about his life, his music and his upcoming visit to Fairfield and concert at the Sondheim Center with James McCartney and The Little Death nyc for the 4th annual David Lynch weekend (Sat November 14).

Ah, but you may as well try and catch the wind!

- Planet Erstwild - 20091120 - Elizabet Humble

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- Planet Erstwild - 20091204 - Kim Hollruh

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A special interview with Illinois food, farms, and jobs coordinator Jim Braun and filmmaker Sarah Carlson.

James Moore
spoke with the two as they were in town to film Jim Ikerd, Lonnie Gamble and others. Sarah's film GROW is nearing completion. Jim, who was oruiginally an Iowa farmer, has been instrumental in creating legislation and a jobs plan for the whole state of Illinois.

Jim and the Illinois State Legislature are doing amazing things in terms of food, farming, and jobs on a statewide level that should be a model for the wonderful work Fairfield has been doing on a city-wide level. If you care about food, progressive food policy and getting things done, tune in to see what's happening right next door in the Land of Lincoln.

- Planet Erstwild - 20100106 Neff, Gookin, Ross & Cohen

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James Moore discusses Fairfield Arts & Convention Center w/ city councilman Myron Gookin, IOwa State banker Dave Neff, businessman Ken Ross & FACC board member Mark Cohen.

A motion for a vote in May is expected to pass CIty Council on Monday, January 11th to direct funds for a potential city and county buy in of the troubled center, currently up for sale and under new board management.

The past year has shown encouraging signs of life in a difficult economy. Tough questions are asked and addressed by panel.

- Planet Erstwild - 20100108 - Becky Schmitz

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- Planet Erstwild 2-16-07 - 20100108 - Max Perelman

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100114 - Becky Schmitz

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100115 - Jan Smith

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Singer/songwriter Jan Smith in the studio talking with host James Moore about her music, her life and new recording project.

- Planet Erstwild - 20100121 - John Mueller

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100122 - Becky Schmitz

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- Planet Erstwild 2-16-07 - 20100129 - Becky Schmitz

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- 20090709 - Henryk Szadziewsk - Tanner & Moore

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100211 - Diana FACT

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100211 - David Wolfgang

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- Tanner & Moore - 20100218 - Susan Klopfer

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Historian/author Susan KlopferSusan Klopfer, the author of several books, including the civil rights non-fiction book "Who Killed Emmett Till?", will be interviewed on Thursday, Feb. 18 on “Tanner & Moore” which airs from 7-8 p.m. on KRUU-LP (100.1 on the FM dial). Ms. Klopfer is an award-winning journalist and former Prentice Hall editor.

- Planet Erstwild - 20100219 - Larry Garner

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Larry Garner

 

Louisianna-based bluesman Larry Garner talks to James Moore about his life, his music and his upcoming concert at Morning Star Studio on Saturday February 27, 2010 at 8pm. It will be his fourth sojourn to Fairfield, a town he says is brimming with life and a place he always stops to get his wheels aligned.

Whether it's in the U.S. or across Europe, Larry Garner lays it down in fine fashion every time like the true blues living master that he is. His newest release is called Here Today, Gone Tomorrow.

- Planet Erstwild - 20100219 - Clark Little

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Clark LittleClark Little, surf pioneer who made his name braving hopeless waves at the Waimea Bay shorebreak in Hawaii in the 80s and 90s, speaks with PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore. Also joining the conversation are Teeple Hansen Gallery owners, BIll Teeple and Marcia Hansen, who are hosting an exhibition of Clark Little photography.

In three short years, Little has gained national and international recognition following his passion for ocean photography and capturing what he calls the "art of the wave." He has appeared on Good Morning America, The Today Show and ABC World News Now. Clark's photos have been featured in countless publications including Paris Match, La Vie, Sierra Magazine, The Guardian, Nature's Best Photography, Surfing Life, The Daily Mail, and many more.

- Planet Erstwild - 20100219 - Zennie Abraham

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Host James Moore spoke with Zennie Abraham on PLANET ERSTWILD (Fri 2pm-5pm) about his blog on SFGate.com questioning the American Red Cross's handling of money donated for relief in Haiti. Zennie who, you ask?

The YouTube video channel Zennie62 has reached 12 million video views and 200,000 channel views as of Saturday, February 20th, and continuing a pattern of rapid growth that started in 2009 and has continued through 2010. Zennie62 on YouTube also has over 4,000 subscribers.

The YouTube video channel Zennie62 consists over 800 videos covering everything from politics to news, sports, tech, and entertainment and celebrity gossip. Zennie62 on YouTube is connected to the blog Zennie62.com, also at Zennie2005.blogspot.com. The Zennie62 blog is the center publication of a network of 100 blogs ran by Zennie62.com, of which this blogger, Zennie Abraham, is the executive producer.

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100222 - Kevin Hosbond

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100226 - Becky Schmitz

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100226 - Steve Briggs

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100302 - Mike Pina

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100305 - Emma Rainey

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James Moore talks with Emma Rainey about her production of “Cirque d’Amour”—a nouveau cabaret of dance and song that begins with a Parisian street scene and then journeys into the heart of a dream. Created and directed by Emma Rainey, and joined by Diva Adrien Daller singing an array of tantalizing love songs, this unique evening of entertainment promises to chase your winter blues away at Café Paradiso, March 12-13, 8:00 p.m. Sponsored by the Dance Theatre of Iowa and the Center for Ballet.

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100305 - Kay Hazen

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100310 - Ronnie Cummins

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Ronnie CumminsRonnie Cummins has been active as a writer and activist since the 1960s, with extensive experience in human rights, anti-war, anti-nuclear, labor, consumer, environmental, and sustainable agriculture campaigns. Over the past decades he has served as director of US and international efforts such as the Pure Food Campaign and the Global Days of Action Against GMOs. From 1992-98 Cummins served as a campaign director for the Foundation on Economic Trends in Washington, D.C. In 1998, Cummins organized the SOS (Save Organic Standards) Campaign, spearheading the largest consumer grassroots backlash against the US Department of Agriculture in recent history. He is also a frequent lecturer, both in the US and abroad. Cummins is editor of the Organic Consumers Association’s website www.organicconsumers.org, Organic Bytes newsletters, and Organic View.

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John Buckman iMagnatune founder, EFF Chair John Buckmans the founder of Berkeley, California-based recording label Magnatune, a pioneer in digital downloading, application of Creative Commons copyrights, and artist-friendly business practices, sometimes referred to as "fair trade music."

- Planet Erstwild - 20100305 - Kay Hazen

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Kay Hazen talks about her experiences as a member of Women for Women, a nonprofit humanitarian organization that works in war-torn areas. She is helping organize a peace rally on Sunday, March 7 at 1pm at the Hwy 1 bridge near MUM campus in celebration of the 100-year anniversary of International Women's Day.

- Planet Erstwild - 20100312 - Karen Dowcett

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James Moore talks with Karen Dowcett, founder of the Living Arts Institute. Karen is here to speak with our arts community about staging her art pageant set to Paul Winter Consort's Missa Gaia performed on Cape Cod in 2004 and 2008. She'll be inaugurating a year-long community-wide participation culminating in the show on Earth Day weekend, April, 2011.

- Planet Erstwild - 20100315 - Dave Murphy

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100319 Becky Schmitz

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- Splitted by Mp3Splt v. 2.1 - 20100319 - Dean Goodale

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100319 - Ginny Hughes

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100320 - Rustin Larson

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100326 - Katie Visco

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100330 - Jim Flemming

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100409 - Diane Porter

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100409 - Sam Andrew

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100409 - Dr. Elaine Ingham

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James Moore interviews Wayne Petersen, who has worked in the field of soil and water conservation for over 33 years, and Ryan Peterson, a landscaper working in many sustainable and ecologically focussed projects. They will be in Fairfield Friday, April 16, to conduct several green building workshops sponsored by the Center on Sustainable Communities.

 

 

- Planet Erstwild - 20100414 - Becky Schmitz

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100416 - Lynnae Hentzen of COSC

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Lynnae Hentzen

 

James Moore interviews Lynnae Hentzen, executive director and co-founder of the Center on Sustainable Communities, based out of Des Moines, Iowa.

The Center is hosting a series of workshops in the Fairfield area on sustainable practices.

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James Moore interviews some of the principle actors from the cast of HAIR, opening Thursday, April 23rd at the Sondheim Center, under the direction of Randal West. Darcie Champagne, Ryan Gaffney and Evan Tyrone Martin talk about preparing for their roles in the seminal 60s stage piece.

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100506 - Steve Fugate

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100514 - Elaine Reding

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100518 - pe - Fred Kirschenmann

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Fred Kirschenmann, international leader in organic and sustainable agriculture, will Fred Kirschenmannbe in Fairfield Tuesday, May 18, speaking at the Sondheim Center at 8:00 pm.  Dr. Kirschenmann's talk, "Food and Farming in our Future," will be hosted by Francis Thicke's campaign for Iowa Secretary of Agriculture.  The lecture is free and open to the public. 

A Distinguished Fellow at the Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture, Kirschenmann has lectured and written extensively about ethics and agriculture.  A collection of his essays was recently published as a book, titled Cultivating an Ecological Conscience: Essays from a Farmer Philosopher. Fred's book covers his writings on farming, philosophy and sustainability.  Copies of Fred's book will be available for sale, and Fred will sign them, after the lecture.

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Ottumwa-born Chric Canny, who lived in Fairfield for 20 years, is running as a Republican candidate for the state house in the 89th District. Rick Marlar, a former US submarine serviceman and longtime truck driver, is running as a Republican candidate for the state senate here in Distrct 45, a seat currently held by Becky Schmitz. James Moore talks with both of them about their views and aspirations for the upcoming Republican primary on June 8th.

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100521 - Jeff Martinek

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100521 - Adam Steck

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2:30pm/ James speaks with Las Vegas producer/promoter Adam Steck, CEO of Steck Productions International Entertainment, about his work and some reflections on growing up in Fairfield. Adam brought one of his 5 shows currently featured in Vegas to Fairfield last year, the country's most successful male revue, The Thunder from Down Under.

3pm/ Enjoy another segment with Mike Ragogna who blogs for the Huffington Post and recently performed in the musical HAIR. Ragogna has been involved in many facets of the music business since he was 14 in Manhattan.

4pm/ James Moore interviews Jason Walsmith and Mike Butterworth, co-founders of seminal Iowa rock  the Nadas, about their upcoming concert in Fairfield this Saturday, May 29th at the Sondheim Center. Opening act: She Swings, She Sways.

- Planet Erstwild - 20100524 - Andy Mielke

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2pm/ Fairfield's quiet zone is making noise with the city's hiring of Andy Mielke, AICP, a quiet zone specialist who works with SRF Consulting out of Minneapolis. He talks with James Moore about prospects for doing the same thing he spearheaded in Burlington, Iowa, and more than 20 other cities around the country. Focusing on the issues of safety and quality of life, he explains Federal Railroad Association requirements, his past work with the BNSF Railway, possibilitites for Fairfield's 8 train crossings, timelines, expenses, and more.

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James Moore interviews Jason Walsmith and Mike Butterworth, co-founders of seminal Iowa rock  the Nadas, about their upcoming concert in Fairfield this Saturday, May 29th at the Sondheim Center. Opening act: She Swings, She Sways.

- Planet Erstwild - 20100528 - David Leffler

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James Moore speaks with David Leffler about his career in the military and an upcoming benefit concert for veterans interested in learning to teach the Transcendental Meditation technique.

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100603 - Barbara Morillo

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100604 - Catherine & Oliver Bock

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Oliver & Catherine Bock w/ KRUU's James Moore

 

KRUU general manager James Moore discusses life on the open road with a couple of cross country electric bike riders, brother/sister team of Catherine & Oliver Bock.

Here is the link to The Green Riders Blog entries on their Fairfield experience: http://www.thegreenriders.blogspot.com.

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100606 b- Kathleen Quasey

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Chicago-based author/activist/media specialist Kathleen Quasey talks with James about her book Healer of Souls: Father Peter Mary Rookey and the International Compassion Ministry and her work in the field of solar renewables.

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Dave Butler with friendAt 3:05pm, James speaks with Dave Butler who is holding the 23rd Annual Vintage Power Wagon Rally this week in Fairfield. He'll talk all about his travels, how the Rally got started, what events are happening this week and much more.

- Planet Erstwild - 20100608 - Becky Schmitz

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At 3:30pm, Marie Lehrer talks about her work with Rise-Africa, a nonprofit she founded and the upcoming event A Night for Africa, Friday, June 18th at 7:30pm at the Students Art Center (formerly the Student Union Theater) on MUM campus. This benefit concert is to help Africans lift themselves out of poverty through micro-loans, sustainable agriculture and fair living conditions. For more information, the website is www.rise-africa.org.

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Gundecha Brothers

Jennifer Melmon talks with James Moore about working with the Gundecha Brothers, her time in India, and the upcoming concert Friday, June 18th at ICON Gallery at 8pm.

- Planet Erstwild - 20100611 - Mind Body Clinic.

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100611 - Marie Lehrer

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Marie Lehrer talks about her work with Rise-Africa, a nonprofit she founded and the upcoming event A Night for Africa, Friday, June 18th at 7:30pm at Argiro Center on MUM campus. This benefit concert is to help Africans lift themselves out of poverty through micro-loans, sustainable agriculture and fair living conditions.

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- Planet Erstwild - 20100701 - Senator Becky Schmitz

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James Moore interviews State Senator Becky Schmitz.

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PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore talks with journalist Elizabeth Brown and Go Green commission member Bob Ferguson about Elizabeth's visit to Fairfield to gather background information for a piece on the community's renewable energy focus, including highlighting eco-friendly local company Green Building Supply.

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James Moore interviews Constitutional scholar and former Libertarian candidate for President Michael Badnarik and Clyde Cleveland, former Iowa Libertarian Gubernatorial candidate.

- Planet Erstwild - 20100803 - Donald Sosin

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Planet Erstwild host James Moore inerviews Donald Sosin.

- Planet Erstwild - 20100806 - Walter Day

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Planet Erstwild host James Moore interviews Walter Day.

- 20100810 - Planet Erstwild - Tommy Castro

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4-times BMA award winner blues musician Tommy Castro talks with James Moore from the road about his nascent career, recent European jog through Norway, his brand of songwriting, grooving band and much more.

His latest release Hard Believer, produced by John Porter, who has worked with B.B. King, Elvis Costello, Buddy Guy, Keb Mo, The Smiths, Otis Rush, Billy Bragg, and Roxy Music, has garnered rave reviews. The band plays 150-200 gigs a year all across the US and Europe.

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James Moore speaks with Anya Petrova about the upcoming Fairfield Film Festival, a 5-month film series that asks Fairfield  to think global.

- Planet Erstwild - 20100820 - Eric Merola

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James speaks with Eric Merola, director of Burzynski: The Film, a documentary that tells the story of one doctor's fight to cure cancer without the use of chemotherapy and other invasive approaches. His struggle and victory over the FDA is documented. It is part of a 5-film, 5-month series brought to you by the Fairfield FIlm Festival challenging viewers to think global.

- Planet Erstwild - 20100827 - Peter Sterling

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Peter SterlingJames Moore interviews award-winning magic harpist Peter Sterling about his angelic journey into worldwide musical success from surfer to ski instructor to the silence of the Sedona mountains to Stonehenge and beyond.

Sterling will be performing in Fairfield at a rooftop concert under the stars across from AJ's Bicycle Shop Friday, September 3rd sponsored by the Dharma Foundation, Circle Crop Restaurant ans KRUU-FM. He'll lead a workshop on Sunday. Thymely Solutions has more ticket information.

- Planet Erstwild - 20100903 - Anne Carlisle & Ladycop

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Planet Erstwild host James Moore interviews Anne Carlisle and Cliff Rawson of Ladycop just before they embark on their 2010 European tour.

- 20100910 - Planet Erstwild - David Berkeley

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David BerkeleySinger/songwriter David Berkeley speaks with James Moore and Mike Ragogna, as well as performs live in the studio. The Harvard grad's influences include Paul Simon, Nick Drake, Neil Young, The Band, Elliott Smith and Jerry Garcia. He insists, though, that most of his inspiration derives from poetry, passages of prose, people (his parents and his wife and son especially), the outdoors, art and most forms of visual images. He has been compared to James Taylor, David Gray, Jackson Browne and Cat Stevens.

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Co-hosts Dennis Raimondi and James Moore speak with Fairfield native Jonathan Freeman about the midterm elections and more.

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Arianna Huffington & Ari Berman

A free bus will head up to Iowa City for Ari's appearance and book-signing at Prairie Lights in Iowa City Thursday, October 21 at 7pm. Call Elaine at 641 472-4887 to RSVP. RSVP required.

Writers' Voices host Monica Hadley, along with special guest host Cheryl Fusco-Johnson, interview Ari Berman.

- Planet Erstwild - 20101022 - Is Schuster

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Planet Erstwild host James Moore interviews artist Is Schuster.

- Planet Erstwild - 20101022 - Mari Culver

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Mari Culver

At 1pm, cohosts James Moore and Dennis Raimondi speak with Iowa's First Lady Mari Culver about her work around the state and reflections from the campaign trail.

Among other things, she has been an advocate for public preschool, one of the hallmarks of her husband Governor Chet Culver's administration. [Read more about that here.]

She also discusses her husband's positions on embryonic stem cell research, keeping nonprofits out of partisan politics and the inordinate amount of money, unlimited and undisclosed, corporations have funneled through organizations like the US Chamber of Commerce (90% of chamber dollars going to Republican causes and candidates, according to the NY Times) since the Supreme Court decision opened the floodgates earlier this year (Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission).

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Next up it's Way Off Broadway director Randy West with three members of the cast of the upcoming Sondheim Center musical-comedy "25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee," which will run from November 12-21. Cast members include Scott Woodward, Andy Bosworth and Miranda Lawson.

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there's Burt Chojnowski, Lou Bolster & Dave Patterson, all of whom are connected with films that are showing this week at the Wild Rose Film Festival in Des Moines, considered to be one of Iowa's signature film festivals.

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Planet Erstwild host James Moore interviews Danish pianist Werner Elmker and Chamber Music Fairfield director Freddy Fonseca.

- 20101112 - Planet Erstwild - Emma Rainey

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Emma RaineyThe multifaceted Emma Rainey discusses her latest dance performance event called The Wayward Chapel of Song and Dance, which features Adrien Daller, live musicians, dancers and more in an intimate cabaret setting at Cafe Paradiso.

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James Moore talks to Yogita Nirmala Singh and Mama Lynn about their Thanksgiving eve dinner project at Asian Deli to provide a meal for families in need. Yogita, a high school homeschooler, also has a recycling program. Mama Lynn is founder of Many Shades of Sisterhood, a nonprofit focusing on social issues & the Everyday woman.

- 20101117 - Planet Erstwild - Usama Alshaibi

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James Moore talks with Usama Alshaibi about his film NICE BOMBS, as well as the film he is currently working on with the working title, An American Arab.

Usama Alshaibi was born in Baghdad, Iraq in 1969 and spent his formative years living between the United States and the Middle East. His work has been screened at numerous film festivals and venues across the globe. In early 2004 Usama and his wife returned to his birthplace in Iraq to shoot his first feature documentary titled Nice Bombs. The documentary had a theatrical release in 2007 and a broadcast premiere on the Sundance Channel in March 2008.

"...a surprisingly warm first-person video diary….the footage has been edited with grace and tact."  --Chicago Tribune

- Planet Erstwild - ATBC pt 1 Mt Vernon

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- Planet Erstwild - ATBC pt 2 Mt Vernon

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- 20101203 - Planet Erstwild - Jonas Magram

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James Moore talks with KRUU show host, Jonas Magram about his upcoming 18th Annual Children's Holiday Benefit Concert:A Broadway Extravaganza!

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The Floating BedJohn Huff, inventor, musician, common sense thinker, foodie, and lover of Haight Ashbury, talks with James Moore about all delightful manner of things, whether you're asleep or awake. The two played in area bands together.

John has created, developed and marketed The Floating Bed and manufactures them right here in Fairfield. He spends much of his time on the West Coast.

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Robert BluestoneJames Moore talks with Robert Bluestone and Fairfield Mayor Ed Malloy about The Great Places Iowa 2020 Initiative, creativity, and much more.

Creativity is the currency of the 21st century.

Art as an engine of creativity.

Arts must be part of the fabric of people’s everyday lives.

Art is the expression of the experience of life.
         --Robert Bluestone

- 20101210 - Planet Erstwild - Michael Londra

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Acclaimed Irish tenor Michael Londra converses with James Moore and guest cohost Tim Britton about the former Riverdance singer's Celtic Christmas performance at the Sondheim Center on Thursday, December 16th. It is a most heart-warming conversation all about music, the Emerald Isle, Chicago and the miles between. Michael also pays the highest compliments to Fairfield's own acclaimed Irish piper and former KRUU host Tim Britton.

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Susan DavisJames Moore and Francis Thicke, Radiance Dairy farmer and organic food advocate, talk with Susan Davis and Walter Moora.

The two global nomads are currently touring towns intending to go green, sharing stories of how other towns are doing it. In particular, they’ll share the story of Vilcabamba, Ecuador. There, they started a “KINS Innovation Network” pro-bono using some contributed U.S. funds to help this Andean village become a model global village based on love, trust and generosity.

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Brent Willett

 

Fairfield Chamber of Commerce & Economic Development Executive Director Brent Willett and FEDA administrator Sam Busch talk with KRUU general manager James Moore about economic trends and a new inititative called "Grow Our Own," an opportunity for qualifying small businesses to take advantage of $1500 in grants to improve their prospects.

- Politickin' with Dennis & James - 20101213

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- Planet Erstwild - 20101217 - Jonathan Freeman

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Jonathan Freeman speaks with James Moore about a wide range of military issues, policies and personnel. He is speaking as a private citizen and not in any official capacity. The MSAE graduate has served two tours of duty in Iraq.

- Planet Erstwild - 20101217 - Pieta Brown

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20101222 - Planet Erstwild - Joel Zimmerman

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Brother Joel Zimmerman talks with James Moore about a special rememberance celebration in honor of his son.

- Planet Erstwild - 20101224 - Jonathan Freeman

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Jonathan Freeman speaks with Planet Erstwild host James Moore about the historic passage by the 111th Congress of the repeal of the military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy. Freeman was at the ceremony and offers his reflections on the event and its meaning. The former Fairfield resident will be deploying to Afghanistan in several weeks for his third overseas tour of duty. He worked on the Obama election team and with the U.S. Agency of International Development.

- Planet Erstwild - 20101228 - Francis Thicke

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Fancis Thicke, Radianse Dairy farmer, speaks with James Moore about the Food Safety bill that just passed in Congress.

- Planet Erstwild - 20101231 - Clyde Cleveland

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James Moore speaks with Constitutional scholar and entrepreneur Clyde Cleveland, author of Common Sense Revisited, about the New Republic and other issues of freedom, like the difference between "surrogate" and "indigenous" power.

- Planet Erstwild - 201101070 - Talia Winningham

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- Planet Erstwild - 20110107 - Azril Bacal

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James Moore speaks with poet/activist/academic Azril Bacal about his new collection of poems called "Itinerant Refractions" and his life as a social change agent.

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- Planet Erstwild - Ginger Belilove - MSAE - 20110112

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- Planet Erstwild - 20110114 - Brent Willet

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- Planet Erstwild - 20110120 - Beth Howard

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- Planet Erstwild - 20110121 - Jerry Fisher, Redrock

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- Planet Erstwild - 20110121 - Ed Hipp - Toastmaster

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- Planet Erstwild - 20110128 - Curt Hanson

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Curt Hanson talks about the new Iowa Congressional session and State House activities.

- Politickin' with Dennis & James - 20110131

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- Planet Erstwild - 20110201 - John Taylor Gatto

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John Taylor Gatto

Tune in for a very special PLANET ERSTWILD. Host James Moore speaks with renowned author, speaker, and educational reformer John Taylor Gatto. If you enjoy having your assumptions challenged, you'll want to hear this.

Gatto spent 30 years teaching in public schools in New York. He was 3 times awarded the NYC Teacher of the Year before quitting with a Wall Street Journal article writing he was tired of hurting children. He contends that, by design, institutional teaching is not really teaching and actually harms children, breeding boredom, fostering obedience, and valuing conformity, competition and testing over promoting original, critical thinking and self-teaching. [Click on John's pic to read his Harper's article "Against School."]

- Planet Erstwild - 20110204 - Idris Goodwin

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PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore speaks with Idris Goodwin, poet, playwrite, author, educator, and rapper, who will be performing his poetry and more as part of his These Are the Breaks book tour at Revelations at 2pm on Saturday, February 12th. Presently hailing from iowa City, this is one talented cultural creative.

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The Popovich Comedy Pet Theater appears as one of the top 20 contestants on the second season of the NBC reality talent show America’s Got Talent. It is a father-daughter act originally from Las Vegas, Nevada, done together by Gregory and Anastasia Popovich, along with their team of trained animals. They did a trained cat act in the L.A. auditions, and performed a skit titled “The Homeless Clown” during the semifinal rounds.

- Politickin' with Dennis & James - 20110207

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- Planet Erstwild - 20110211 - Curt Hanson

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Curt Hanson is a Democratic member of the Iowa House of Representatives, representing the 90th District. He was elected in a special election on September 1, 2009 to replace John Whitaker.

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Elliot Hoffman

 

 

PLANET ERSTWILE Host JAMES MOORE talks with Elliot Hoffman, co-founder and CEO of Natural Capitalism, Inc, a business in partnership with Dr. L. Hunter Lovins devoted to working with small and mid-size companies to improve their profits by fully embracing sustainable business practices. He has begun a Sustainability Circle with 8 businesses in Fairfield.

 

- Politickin with Dennis & James - 20110214

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Join co-hosts Stuart Tanner & James Moore for a special edition of Tanner & Moore focusing on the unfolding events in Libya with two Libyan exiles. 

Asma Yousef, a political activist who grew up in Bhengazi the second largest city in Libya, and Hafed Al Ghwell, a Washington DC-based Libya and Middle East analyst, will discuss the situation there.

According to The Independent, around 20 demonstrators were reported to have been killed in Libya in clashes with security forces on a "day of rage" across the country.

According to an opposition website, Libya Al-Youm, four of the deaths took place in the eastern city of Al Bayda when snipers from the paramilitary internal security force picked off ringleaders at a rally. The website also claimed that six more were shot down in the country's second-largest city, Benghazi, which had seen days of increasingly violent protests. Yesterday's confrontation took place after a large crowd surged towards the State Security building following the funeral of two others killed a day earlier.

- Planet Erstwild - 20110217 - Caleb Hawley

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Caleb Hawley

 

American Idol hopeful Caleb Hawley In Studio Live at Noon Oh Five Today. Tonight he's at the Sondheim Center.

Click on his pic to see him in action. knocking J-Lo's socks off (and she wasn't even wearing any!)

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- Planet Erstwild - 20110224 - Pastor Bib Rail

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- Politickin' with Dennis & James - 20110228

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It's Czech-born Radim Schreiber. The award-winning photographer has his first solo photo exhibit "Fireflies" at Teeple-Hanson Studio for Artwalk. He is a Smithsonian Photo Contest Finalist.

- Planet Erstwild - 20110303 - Carl Gibson - US Uncut

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James interviews Carl Gibson, organizer & spokesperson for the grassroots anti-austerity group US Uncut, highlighting the issue of corporate tax avoidance.

- Tanner & Moore - 20110303 - Moyers

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Host James Moore speaks with Sustainability Coordinator Scott Timm about this spring's Backyard Conservation Series, workshops & action steps galore.

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At 2:15pm, Corey Hickenbottom interviews Sean Johnson about their beekeeping workshops being offered Saturday in Fairfield as part of the Backyard Conservation Series.

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Iowa Representative Curt Hanson keeps us up to date with the goings on at the state capitol in Des Moines and the many bills in various stages of legislation.

- Politickin' with Dennis & James - 20110314

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- Planet Erstwild - 20110317 - Molly Moser

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Molly Moser James Moore interviews artist Molly Moser talks about her one-day painting exhibition at the American Gothic House in Eldon on Saturday, March 19th from 1pm-5pm.

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James talks with education director Megan Buckingham of Seed Savers Exchange, an amazing organization, offering a free gathering tonight at 7pm at the Jefferson County County Ag Grounds Extension office, as part of the 2011 Backyard Conservation Series.

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Adam Abraham

 

Web broadcaster, author, Talk for Food host & producer Adam Abraham of Phoenix talks about his stopover in Fairfield and his work in the areas of spiritual integration and body/mind nourishment with PLANET ERSTWILD host and KRUU executive director James Moore.

 

Find out more at webtalkradio.net or talkforfood.com.

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Sheriff Richard Mack, author, national speaker & former sheriff of Graham County, Arizona and long-time crusader for freedom and individual rights, speaks with James Moore and Clyde Cleveland, author of Common Sense Revisited.

Mack is coming to Fairfield to speak Sunday, March 27th at 1pm at an event called "Dismantling Corporatocracy" at the Sondheim Center. Cleveland is hosting the event.

Also, speaking will be Barbara Loe Fisher, co-founder and president of the National Vaccination Information Center.

- Planet Erstwild - 20110325 - Rep. Curt Hanson

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Curt Hanson is a Democratic member of the Iowa House of Representatives, representing the 90th District. He was elected in a special election on September 1, 2009 to replace John Whitaker.

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James Moore discusses all things Red Rock, upcoming events and more, with Jerry and Misty.

- Planet Erstwild - 20110401 - Martha Creek

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Martha Creek is and orgained Unity Minister, peace worker and coach. She is trained as a facililtator throug the Byron Katie International School for The Work. Martha has lead numerous workshops around the country. She owns The Work and lives from a place of freedom and compassion.

www.marthacreek.net

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- Planet Erstwild - 20110425 - Bill Brunelle

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- Planet Erstwild - 20110426 - Kim Keller

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- Planet Erstwild - 20110427 - Sherry Benedict

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- Planet Erstwild - 20110503 - Meghan Dowd - Open Space

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- Planet Erstwild - 20110503 - Bob Yapp

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- Planet Erstwild - 20110506 - Swami Beyondananda

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- Planet Erstwild - 20110510 - Tracy Vance - Sam Busch

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Daniel Blum, Aaron Hirshberg, Joel Hirshberg & James Moore

 

 

The Green Building Supply gang on completion of their donated marmoleum floor installation at solar-powered KRUU-FM.

The design was created by Aaron Hirshberg.

Click on the pic to go to Green Building Supply's website.

 

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- Planet Erstwild - 20110513 - Scott Timm

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- Politickin' with Dennis & James - 20110516

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- 20110725 - Politickin' With Dennis & James

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- 20110822 - Politickin w/ Dennis & James

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- 20110916 - Planet Erstwild - Joe Raiola

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James Moore interviews MAD Magazine's Joe Raiola, who is performing next Friday, September 23rd at the Englert Theater in Iowa City. In the outspoken and irreverent tradition of George Carlin, Riola's one man show, American Heretic, is provocative comic theater.

Joe Raiola has performed in over 40 states at theaters, clubs and colleges. He remains Senior Editor at MAD Magazine, where he has been one of the creative innovators behind the magazine's unprecedented longevity and success since 1984. The New York native is founder of the Theatre Within and an annual John Lennon tribute show which held its 30th consecutive concert last year, raising over $75,000 for charity.

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James Moore interviews local Occupy Wall Street Fairfield organizer Robbie Fox as well as Ryan Olson who just returned from 3 days in the Big Apple. Fairfield is holding its first Occupy Wall Street event Saturday, October 8th at Howard Park noon to 7pm, says Robbie. The peaceful assembly will include speakers, music, educational information, poster and art creation and more.

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James Moore interviews local chiropracter Dr. Deborah Peters DC, PC and visiting Blair Upper Cervical specialist, Dr. Todd A Hubbard, BS, DC, CCSP, MS, the 2002 and 2009 "Chiropractor of the Year".

- Planet Erstwild - 20111014-Paul Deaton

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PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore interviews Paul Deaton of Iowa Physicians for Social Responsibility, who is giving a public talk in Fairfield on Monday, October 17 at the Fairfield Public Library on nuclear nonproliferation and nuclear energy, sponsored by the Leopold Group of the Iowa Sierra Club.

Here's a link to Paul's latest piece in the Daily Kos. And here's his website.

- Planet Erstwild - 20111014 - Zina Saunders

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Zina Saunders

PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore speaks with illustrator/animated editorialist Zina Saunders, whose work appears weekly in Mother Jones magazine. Her work has been published in the New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, The Nation, Wall Street Journal, Utne Reader, and many more. She creates editorial animationEbony Hillbillies by Zina Saunderss riffing on the political news and current events of the week.

Click on Zina's pic for this week's Mother Jones animation, where Charles Koch is the magic man in the mirror, exhorting a poor schnook to protect the rights of his exceptionally American future billionaire self by voting against raising taxes on millionaires and billionaires.

Overlooked New York is Zina's collection of portraits and interviews with ardent New Yorkers about their joyous obsessions. These are real New Yorkers who have found fascinating ways to unleash their joy on the roofs and rivers and parks and streets of New York.

- Planet Erstwild - 20111014 - Marcie Crim

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PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore interviews Marcie Crim, GM of WMMT in Kentucky.

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Rob Quicke, GM of WPSC at William Patterson University in Patterson, New Jersey, who recently organized College Radio Day, talks with PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore.

- Planet Erstwild - 20111014 - Marcie Crim - WMMT GM

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PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore interviews WMMT general manager Marcie Crim. Before joining the WMMT staff Marcie worked in non-profit development and marketing for a number of organizations including Actors Guild of Lexington, The Lexington Ballet and The Balagula Theatre among others. Marcie was the co-creator of a non-profit organization dedicated to photography, The Lexicon Project and a former Community Columnist for the Lexington Herald-Leader. Marcie was a consultant for the Ford Foundation’s Southern Strategy Initiative and has worked as a teacher of writing and photography. She was named the Bluegrass Model Citizen of the Year in 2005 by Ace Weekly Magazine.

- Planet Erstwild - 20111020 - Asma Yousef

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James Moore discusses the latest developments in Libya with returning guest Asma Yousef, a political activist who grew up in Bhengazi, the second largest city in Libya. With long-time Libyan strongman Col. Muammar Gaddafi killed near his hometown of Sirte, celebrations have broken out in Libya.

We'll look at where the country may be headed for the Libyan National Transition Council and the 140 or so tribes of Libya. We'll also air our interviews with Asma as Libya's revolution began.

 

- Planet Erstwild - 20101021 - Dr. Jim Fleming

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Jim Fleming in Egypt

 

James speaks with Dr. Jim Fleming just back from a trip to Egypt. He spent time in Cairo, in the wake of a riot near Tahrir Square that broke out between Christian Copts, Muslims and the military which resulted in 24 deaths.

He also visited St. Catherine's in Sinai, where it is believed Moses witnessed the burning bush.


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Local exercise and fitness advocate Ken Daley discusses the new Blue Zones project with James Moore.

- Planet Erstwild - 20111027 - Amir, the Hair Mechanic

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Obama has announced a full withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq by year's end. Neocons like Frederick Kagan, who clamored for and helped push the country into the shock and awe invasion in March 2003, are saying withdrawing now would be a "gift" to Iran. Other commentators say the Iraq invasion itself, poorly thought out and contingency-plan adverse as it was, was Iran's gift.

- Planet Erstwild - 20111027 - Joe Fassler

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Joe FasslerJoin PLANET ERSTWILD [Fridays 2pm-5pm] host James Moore for another full-tilt topical safari this week highlighting the high art of storytelling through music, film and journalism.

At 2pm, it's singer/songwriter Joe Fassler who performs in Fairfield for the first time this Saturday, Nov 5th at Revelations Downstairs at 8pm. A graduate of the storied Writers' Workshop, Joe teaches creative writing at UI and and hosts The Lit Show at KRUI. His work for TheAtlantic.com was nominated for a James Beard Foundation Award in Journalism . His music evokes Cohen and Dylan.

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Enjoy the regular 4pm feature "Inside the Headlines" with newsvandal JP Sottile, contributing editor of Reader Supported News. This week's topics include billions missing in Iraq, Fukushima disaster leads to hefty oil profits, Obama flush with Wall Street campaign money, Patriot Act turns 10, government can read your emails without warrant, Somalia heats up, unfantastic plastics, soy in eggs and chicken, orcas defended by PETA. Click on "Read more" for the aforementioned articles.]

- Planet Erstwild - 20111028 - Chandrika Tandon

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PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore speaks with Grammy-nominated Chandrika Tandon who performs in Fairfield for the first time this Sunday, Nov 6th at 7:45pm at the Sondheim Center. The singer/educator and highly successful business executive is bringing a 7-piece musical ensemble from New York where she lives. Proceeds benefit the Global Peace Initiative.

- Planet Erstwild - 20111103 - Ali Selim

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Los Angeles-based filmmaker Ali Selim talks about his film Sweet Land and his career as a storyteller with PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore. Insightful and articulateAli Selim, this is the writer/director's first visit to Fairfield.

According to 'Joe Knows': Ali's commercial, dramatic, and documentary films have received such prestigious awards as the Gold Lion from Cannes, a Silver Hugo from the Chicago International Film Festival, and a CINE Golden Eagle for "excellence in American Filmmaking." Ali has been an honoree at International Film Festivals in New York, London and Seattle, and his work is part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. He holds a BA in English Literature and Philosophy from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN.

- Planet Erstwild - 20111104 - "Inside the Headlines"

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Every Friday at 4pm, Oakland-based news vandal JP Sottile goes "Inside the Headlines" with James to highlight news stories from across the globe that will inspire your better angels and challenge your hidden assumptions.

This week: deadly micro-aviary drone bots, a national painkiller epidemic, North American Summit, yoga mat diet, rich politicians getting richer, & beyond. Click "Read more" tab below for complete list of headlines with links.

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PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore speaks with the editors of Blog for Iowa, Trish Nelson and Dave Bradley. Trish is a social worker by day, native Iowan, and grassroots activist in the Howard Dean tradition with a special interest in media reform. Dave is a radiophile, retired teacher and factory worker, and a member of West Liberty Dream Catchers. Low power FM radio is discussed and the political landscape of talk radio in Iowa. To say it's predominantly right-leaning would be a sizeable understatement.

- Planet Erstwild - 20111108 - Overland's Jay Flint

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PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore speaks with Overland Sheepskin national sales manager Jay Flint, who has recently moved to Fairfield with his family. Jay has been with the company for 23 years.

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At 4pm, enjoy our regular Friday feature "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile, checking in with us from Oakland, CA. His twitter is @newsvandal. This week we talk about eugenics, shopping black, why traffic jams suck, life & debt of car loans, the AWOL EPA, Mexico going south, economics info, and much more. Click on "Read more" below.

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It's Friday's regularly scheduled segment: "Inside the Headlines" with newsvandal JP Sottile and PLANET ERSTWILD hst James Moore. JP's twitter is @newsvandal. This week JP & James look at a whole range of topics glossed over by the mainstream media. For a complete list with links, click on "Read more" below.

- Planet Erstwild - 20111118- Ellis Delaney

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James interviews Ellis Delaney who is performing at Cafe P this Saturday, Nov 19 at 8pm. It's a delightful discussion of Texas, Minnesota, family, song, commitment and much more with a delightful and prolifically talented singer/songwriter.

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PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore has a great show planned for you. The "Tryptophan Edition" as newsvandal JP Sottile (@newsvandal) dubbed it, that is, the post-Turkey Stuffing Special Black Friday show. Our Butterball Sharia turkey friend actually relates to a story coming up in the regular 4pm segment "Inside the Headlines". And I'm not kidding, though, Allah knows, I should be. [See full roster of articles to be discussed with links by clicking "Read more" below.]

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Richard Cohen

James Moore speaks with Richard Cohen, weekly columnist for The Washington Post, who writes on domestic and foreign politics. Joining The Post as a reporter in 1968, his column became nationally syndicated in 1981 and has appeared on the op-ed since 1984. James talks with him about last week's article subtitled "Something Rotten in Iowa" where Cohen contends in the state caucus process that the real elite are the few who pick the president

- Planet Erstwild - 20111128 - Sam Husseini

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Sam Husseini

James Moore speaks with Sam Husseini, communications director for the Institute for Public Accuracy, who was recently suspended (and subsequently reinstated) by the National Press Club in DC for his "boisterous" questioning of Saudi Prince Turki al Faisal, former intelligence director & ambassador, about the kingdom's legitimacy. He believes journalism needs to be reinvented.

- City Business - 20111129 - Michael Halley

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Michael HalleyYour friendly neighborhood community radio station, solar-powered KRUU 100.1 FM presents another segment of CITY BUSINESS

After each city council session, KRUU presents a brief sum up of city business with 4th Ward councilman Michael Halley. It's another way to stay in the know about what our city's doing and where it's going.

Tune in for CITY BUSINESS with Michael Halley at 100.1 FM, online at www.KRUUfm.com, the second and fourth weeks each month TUE 12:30pm, THU 6:30pm, & the following MON 6:30am, for the latest haps from City Hall.

Michael co-hosts A REASONABLE ALTERNATIVE with Matt Mulleneaux Fridays at 8pm on people-powered solar KRUU-FM.

PLEASE NOTE: Mayor Ed Malloy shares his perspectives once a month on the AROUND TOWN show [Wed 8:30am], as does Tracy Vance of the Chamber, Rustin Lippincott of FACC, & Dania DeBorteli of Artwalk.

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It's our regular Friday segment "Inside the Headlines" with newsvandal JP Sottile (@newsvandal), contributing editor for Reader Supported News, JP and PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore we look beyond the beyond and inside the headlines often ignored by the mainstream. A full list of headlines referenced is posted each week, usually Thursday night. Click on "Read more" below.

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At 4pm it's our regular segment "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile (@newsvandal), contributing editor of Reader Supported News. For all the articles we reference, listed with links, click "Read more" below.

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At 4pm, it's PLANET ERSTWILD's regular weekly segment "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile (@newsvandal), contributing editor of Reader Supported News. Each week JP and PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore take a closer look at what's behind some of the week's trending headline topics and highlight some stories that should have been. [For referenced articles w/ links, click "Read more" below.]

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James Moore takes a walk over to Everybody's Whole Foods and has a conversation with owner John Dey, as well as speaking with Christine Goodale at The Crepe Ecape

- 20111223 - Planet Erstwild - Heather Miller

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At 4pm, it's our regular segment "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile (@newsvandal), contributing editor of Reader Supported News. This week everything from autism-friendly Santas to British butterflies to mind-reading machines to memory adjusting pills to a red river in China to an American auto industry in the black & much more.

For a full list of articles referenced with links, click on "Read more."

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At 4pm, Newsvandal JP Sottile joins me for our regular segment "Inside the Headlines." And boy, do we have a lot of great topics to cover for our year end show. You can see them all, complete with links, by clicking "Read more" below.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120106 - Inside the Headlines

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At 4PM, it's "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile and PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore presenting a rundown of aome of the week's most newsworthy topics.

[For a complete listing of this week's headlines with links, click "Read more" below.]

- Planet Erstwild - 20120113 - Inside the Headlines

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PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore goes "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile every Friday at 4pm CT.

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James Moore talks with Patti Miller about her work in the civil rights movement and in the same offices as Martin Luther King in Chicago in the mid-60s. She gives a talk at the Fairfield Public Library on MLK Day, Jan 16 at 7:30pm, sponsored by the Fairfield Volunteer Center. Her website is www.keepinghistoryalive.com. She has a book and a documentary film in the works.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120113 - Author Thomas Frank

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Best-selling author Thomas Frank's new book is "Pity the Billionaire: The Hard-Times Swindle & the Unlikely Comeback of the Right." He'll discuss that and much more with PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore. Moore interviewed him a few years ago for his book "Wrecking Crew." Other works include "What's the Matter with Kansas?" and "One Market Under God." He is a columnist for Harper's Magazine, founding editor of The Baffler magazine, and a former Op-ed writer for the Wall Street Journal.

In Pity the Billionaire, Frank, the great chronicler of American paradox, [uses] firsthand reporting, a deep knowledge of the American Right, and a wicked sense of humor, [to deliver a] full diagnosis of the cultural malady that has transformed collapse into profit, reconceived the Founding Fathers as heroes from an Ayn Rand novel, and enlisted the powerless in a fan club for the prosperous. [Amazon]

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PLANET ERSTWILD's regular segment "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. For a complete list of articles referenced, click below on "Read more."

- Planet Erstwild - 20120119 - Campbell Hair

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James speaks with Campbell Hair, long-time production specialist, about his days working on the road with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Campbell is doing visuals for the Boss Tribute Concert Jan 20 & 21 at the Sondheim Center. He'll also be at the KRUU table at intermission and after the show for those who may have questions for him.

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Station manager James Moore talks with Fairfield's 1st National Bank business development officer Gene Parker. Music intro and outro is performed by Keelan Dimmick.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120127 - Inside the Headlines

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Join PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore and Newsvandal JP Sottile (@newsvandal) for an indepth discussion on the latest haps in newsville every Friday at 4pm CT on www.KRUUfm.com.

This week's "Inside the Headlines" topics include a look at America's frack-tured energy future, Dow's record profits (since 2008) combined with worst home sales in history, billionaires at Davos' annual economic summit bemoan growing levels of income inequality, [the economy doesn't suck--it just sucks for you!], the dollar's downward spiral, Romney pays 13.9% on $21 million dollars in income, Newt moons Florida, Obama talks populist, walks another big bank bailout, Apple surpasses Exxon as U.S's most valuable company amid allegations of shoddy & deadly labor practices in China which put profits above human welfare. But why should Americans care if it keeps the cost of these popular shiny new products iMmeninently affordable?

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James Moore interviews filmmaker Karim El Hakim from Park City, Utah about his documentary "1/2 Revolution" currently showing at the Sundance Film Festival.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120202 - Ari Berman

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Ari Berman, contributing writer for The Nation, talks about his book HERDING DONKEYS, which has just been released in paperback edition. Ari, who has written for the NY Times, Rolling Stone, Editor & Publisher and The Guardian, grew up in Fairfield and hosted Politickin' with Ari in 2007-08 on KRUU-FM. Here's Ari's piece from today's Nation called "How the GOP is resegregating the South."

- Planet Erstwild - 20120203 - "Inside the Headlines"

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Join PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore and Newsvandal JP Sottile (@newsvandal) for an in-depth discussion on the latest haps in newsville every Friday at 4pm CT on www.KRUUfm.com. For a complete list of referenced articles for today's show, click on "Read more" below.

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James Moore talks with Iowa State Bank's Dave Neff

- Planet Erstwild - 20120210 - Inside the Headlines

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At 4pm: it's our regular Friday segment "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile discussing news events and sharing commentary with James. For a complete list, click "Read more" below.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120217 - Inside the Headlines

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Got some great tunes in the hopper for you today and as usual at 4pm another fresh installment of "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile discussing news events and sharing commentary with PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore. For a complete list, click "Read more" below.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120316 - "Inside the Headlines"

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Fridays at 4pm, it's PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore presents "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile.

Click Read more below for complete list of this week's referenced headlines.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120323 - "Inside the Headlines"

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It's "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile, who checks in each week from Oakland with news stories from across the country and around the globe. The experienced journalist takes us inside the story.

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James Moore speaks with Iowa City's Andre Perry, Mission Creek Festival co-founder, director of Englert Theater & the Mill.

Now in its 7th year, the Mission Creek Festival runs from March 27-April 1. This is Iowa at its best.

Scores of amazing musical acts in a dozen different venues, a great focus on literature, food, fun & more.

Andre is also a gifted writer and performs with the Lonelyhearts

 

 

 

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KRUU's James Moore speaks with Fairfield sustainability coordinator Scott Timm and Hometown Rewards project coordinator Anna Bruen about Alliant Hometown Rewards kickoff event coming up this April 22nd at Chautauqua Park.

Interview times:

MONDAY at 12:30pm

WEDNESDAY at 6:30pm

FRIDAY at 6:30am

 

Event at Shelter #2, plant trees in the orchard from 9am, contact Fairfield Volunteer Center to help. Community celebration starting around 4pm with Alliant and Trees Forever executives, Mayor Ed Malloy, and more. Free barbeque provided by HyVee with live music by the Jefferson County Green Band & KC & the Pick Up Band. [Click pic for more info.]

- Planet Erstwild - 20120329 - Bob Skow - IIAI

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James Moore talks with Bob Skow, the CEO of the Independent Insurance Agents of Iowa.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120330 - Inside the Headlines

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INSIDE THE HEADLINES with Newsvandal JP Sottile. For complete list of topics, click "Read more" below.

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Regine Constant

James also talks with belly dancer extraordinaire Regine Constant about her performance of 1001 NIGHTS at Central Park Furnishings during ArtWalk. The evening will include musicians Micah Salaberrios, Younes Kouider and guests, storytellers Libbett Rich and Paul J Morehead, and poetry performers Kali Sage Love and Monserrat Iniguez

- Planet Erstwild - 20120405 - Jim Bagnola

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Jim BagnolaJim Bagnola has been speaking and educating worldwide—on six continents, as well as across the United States, for over 25 years. He inspires listeners to turn within and awaken to the reality of their own greatness.  Jim’s goal is simple:  to build Professional Human Beings. Former manager of magician Doug Henning, his clients include Motorola, GM, Shell Oil, Kroger, State Dept, FDA, USAF, & the UN.

He speaks with James Moore about his booksigning events in Fairfield at Revelations Thursday 2-4pm and Saturday 10am-1pm and lectures he's giving to the MBA class at MUM, Firday & Monday which are open to the public. His book "Becoming a Professional Human Being" was just published March 16th and is available on Amazon and at Barnes & Noble.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120406 - Inside the Headlines

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Here's the 4pm rundown of "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. 3 categories featured today: National Insecurity, You Are What You Eat, and The Economy Doesn't Suck--It Just Sucks for You. [Click "Read more" tab below for a complete list of articles referenced.]

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Kahren DowcettProfessional Reading performed by Jeffrey HedquistJeffrey Hedquist and Kahren Dowcett on Sunday, April 8th at 7:30pm at Cafe Paradiso for one local performance only.

Jeffrey Hedquist, President and Creative Director of Hedquist Productions, Inc. in Fairfield, Iowa, has been a judge for the prestigious National Audio Theatre Festivals (NATF) Script Competition for radio plays. 

Ms. Dowcett is an artist and playwright at The Living Arts Institute: http://www.thelivingartsinstitute.org/.

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James Moore speaks with two key people in Fairfield who are working in the area of alcohol abuse which is alarmingly high in our area. Jefferson County ranks #2 out of 99 Iowa counties in incidences of underage  binge drinking.

Don Sander is the Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant Coordinator for Jefferson County, a program that is under the auspices of the Iowa Department of Public Health. Aideen Vega-Van Aucken is the SPF SIG Local Epidemiological Work Group Chair, a part-time position that deals primarily with statistics gathering and reporting. They are both part of the Jefferson County Alcohol Consumption Task Force.

COMMUNITY MEETING | Thu Apr 12 at 6pm FACC | PANEL OF LOCAL EXPERTS

- Planet Erstwild - 20120410 - Steve Rideout - Helios

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James Moore speaks with Steve Rideout about his company Helios and a special new technical processing technique that has the potential to change the future of energy production.

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James Moore speaks with Emily Swihart, field coordinator for Trees Forever, discusses the Hometown Rewards kickoff, Sunday April 22nd at Chautauqua Park, with project coordinator Anna Bruen and Fairfield sustainability coordinator Scott Timm.

- Planet Erstwild - - 20120413 - John Newton

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John NewtonJohn Newton is offering a free intro to his healing work Thu Apr 19 at the Fairfield Public Library, followed by a seminar and individual sessions.

He talks about his years in the entertainment industry ("Superman" to "Melrose Place" to "The Mentalist") and years working in the healing arts.

His website is healthbeyondbelief.com.

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Phyllis KhareJames Moore talks with social media expert Phyllis Khare, author of two books on the subject Social Media for Dummies & Facebook for Dummies. She offers two opportunities a week out of her home for people interested in learning about the wonderful world of social media.

She'll be speaking at this year's EcoFairfield event about using social media for nonprofits. In May, she will be a featured expert for the 4th Annual Online Social Media Conference, a month-long series of topics. You can click on her pic to go to her website for more information.

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PLANET ERSTWILD's regular 4pm segment: "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. The Emmy-award winning news producer, historian, researcher, writer and blogger calls in each week from Oakland, CA. Click on "Read more" below to reference this week's headlines.

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James Moore discusses Bhutan with Prof. Lonnie Gamble, director of curriculum for the sustainable living dept at MUM and Bill Goldstein, general counsel and director of international development, to talk about the state premiere of a movie about Bhutan and their upcoming return trip to the Budhhist paradise in June.

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PLANET ERSTWILD's regular 4pm segment: "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. The Emmy-award winning news producer, historian, researcher, writer and blogger calls in each week from Oakland, CA. Click on "Read more" below to reference this week's headlines.

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Enjoy a recap of the amazing Alliant Hometown Rewards program kickoff event at Chautauqua Park from Earthday April 22nd, including brief interviews with sustainability coordinator Scott Timm, Trees Forever founder Shannon Ramsay, Mayor Ed Malloy, Alliant Energy's Robin Sempf, HyVee store director Alan Shank, music of KC & the Pick Up Band, Jefferson County Green Band, & much more.

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Alliant Energy's Vice President of Regulatory and Financial Planning, Joel Schmidt speaks from stage at the Dig In Fairfield event at Chautauqua Park.

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James Moore speaks with Robin Sempf, Senior Product Manager at Alliant Energy, at the Dig In Fairfield event at Chautauqua Park.

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James Moore talks with Fairfield Sustainability Coordinator Scott Timm and Mayor Ed Malloy at the Dig In Fairfield event at Chautauqua Park.

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Shannon Ramsay, Founding President of Trees Forever, speaks from stage and then speaks with James Moore at the Dig In Fairfield event at Chautauqua Park.

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James Moore speaks with Fairfield Hy-Vee's Store Director, Alan Shank, at the Dig In Fairfield event at Chautauqua Park.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120424 - Russell Agee

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Russell Agee

 

James Moore talks with Russell Agee, founder of "Wealth From The Source" about his life and his upcoming seminar in Fairfield.

Russell will be offering a free introductory talk on "Discover Wealth From The Source" at the Fairfield Public Library on Friday April 27 at 6pm and 7:30pm. With an all day seminar on Saturday, April 28. 

- Planet Erstwild - 20120425 - Binghimon

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James Moore talks with Binghimon about his fundraiser to start Binghimon's Reggae Kitchen.

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Fairfield Launches COSC's Statewide Energy Efficiency Rehab Training May 4-5 

The free workshops support Fairfield's Hometown Rewards program and will qualify contractors for work on energy efficient loan projects.

Des Moines, IA (April 30, 2012)
- Fairfield's Hometown Reward's Program and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach will host Center on Sustainable Communities' Energy Efficiency Rehab Training on May 4-5 at the Fairfield Public Library. The sessions are free to attendees and offer the state's first comprehensive renovation training focusing on sustainable building techniques and energy efficiency. For details, click "Read more" below.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120430 - Dr. Richard Beall

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James Moore speaks with the Head of School for MSAE, Dr. Richard Beall, about their First Annual Tele/Text-A-Thon.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120504 - Inside the Headlines

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At 4pm, enjoy our regular segment: "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile, checking in from Oakland, California. Another great show planned today looking at military, economic, national and international topics that are making waves this week. Click on "Read more" below for all the articles referenced.

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    COME SAIL AWAY

Frank, Carl & Peter: Three Kiteboarding Amigos I saw a write up in the Fairfield Ledger highlighting Frank Wintroub, Carl Stone and Peter Huggins and their passion for kiteboarding in Iowa. They are going to be featured this Sunday at 9pm on an Iowa Public Television program called Iowa Outdoors. (Rebro May 13 at 5:30pm). I asked them to come to the KRUU studios to talk about it and they did. A lively discussion ensued. Want to learn more about the sport? Email carlvstone@msn.com.

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James Moore speaks with Allicia Carradus about the Fairfield Community School District Elementary Art Show.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120508 - Tom Todorof w/Ed Hipp

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Director/Producer/Acting Coach Tom Todoroff is coming to Fairfield to host a FREE 3-hour special ONE NIGHT ONLY seminar to be held at Morning Star Studio Thursday, May 10th from 7pm to 10pm. It's titled "How to Get Out of Your Own Way and Book the Job!" Actors and observors are both warmly welcome.

The expressive and highly successful New York native talks with James Moore and Ed Hipp, toastmaster, golfClaire Daines coach and student of Tom's, about his life in theater, personal and professional trajectories, his acting methods and schools which have been established on both coasts now, Tune in. You won't be disappointed.

Tom has acted with, directed or coached: Peter O'Toole, Harrison Ford, Tommy Lee Jones, Liam Neeson, Christina Ricci, Gwyneth Paltrow, Helen Hunt, Richard Gere, Blythe Danner, Claire Daines, Samuel L. Jackson, Lucas Haas and Tony Goldwyn to name a few. To learn more about Tom, visit his website at: www.tomtodoroff.com. This guy is the real deal.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120509 - Laszlo Papp on GYANTA

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Gyanta

James Moore talks with Laszlo Papp, host of KRUU's "Magyar Mix" about Gyanta, a six piece Hungarian Folk Ensemble, performing in Fairfield, Friday, May 18 at Morning Star Studio.

This six piece band performs popular Hungarian dance tunes, gypsy music, waltzes, polkas, tangos and more.

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James Moore talks with India Cafe chef Suresh Miller.

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James Moore talks with Rustin Larson about his recent appearance at the Round Top Poetry Festival in Texas.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120511 - Inside the Headlines

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PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore goes "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile from Oakland, CA. Every Friday 4pm CT. Rebro Mon 1am .

- Planet Erstwild - 20120518 - Inside the Headlines

59:32 minutes (54.51 MB) Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

Our regular 4pm segment "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile and PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore. For a complete list of this week's referenced articles, click "Read more."

- Planet Erstwild - 2012025 - Inside the Headlines

61:02 minutes (111.75 MB) Mono 44kHz 256Kbps (CBR)

At 4pm, join James for "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. This week its 'Mission Creeps,' 'The Economy Doesn't Suck--It Just Sucks for You,' and 'Misaligned Stars.' For full list of articles referenced, click "Read more" below.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120526 - John Newton

18:14 minutes (16.7 MB) Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

James Moore talks with John Newton about his energy transfer work and upcoming return visit to Fairfield.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120529

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James Moore talks with Nicky Severson about the upcoming winefest in Des Moines.

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Senator Hogg Urges Iowans To Create Jobs & Provide Clean Energy By Building Solar Projects 

CEDAR RAPIDS – State Senator Rob Hogg (D-Cedar Rapids) announced today that $1.5 million in state solar energy tax credits are now available for homes and businesses because of the passage of Senate File 2342.

With these state tax credits, now is the time for Iowa businesses and Iowa homeowners to move forward with solar energy projects,” Hogg said.  “Solar energy works in Iowa and helps meet our energy needs.  These tax credits will help create jobs for the installation of hundreds of solar projects across our state each year.”

The bill, which passed the Iowa Senate 45-1 and the Iowa House 82-14 and was signed by Governor Branstad on Friday, provides state tax credits for solar electric, solar hot water, and geothermal energy systems.  Iowans are now eligible for solar tax credits up to $3,000 per project for homeowners and $15,000 for businesses.

29:42 minutes (27.19 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

Station manager James Moore conducts a walk through at Hometown Reward project coordinator Anna Bruen's apartment highlighting Alliant's free assessment program for Fairfield residents. Anna and sustainability coordinator Scott Timm are encouraging everyone to take advantage of this program and upgrade their energy efficiency approaches.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120601 - Inside the Headlines

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"Inside the Headlines" with another plateful of informative news stories from around the globe served up by Emmy Award-winning journalist & filmmaker JP Sottile based in Oakland, California. Click on "Read more" below for a complete list of this week's headline stories.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120604

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James Morre talks to Troy Vanbeek, Tim Scott, and Anna Bruen about the solar workshop.

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Station manager James Moore speaks with Sky Factory founder Bill Witherspoon about the company's magical work and 56kw solar installation/community celebration on June 7th at 11am.

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James Moore talks with Iowa Renewable Energy Association President, Kimberly Dickey about their Renewable Energy Expo 2012.

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Henryk Szadziewski, manager of the Uyghur Human Rights Project, talks about the recent developments and continuing unrest in China's Xinjiang Province.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120608 - Thor Polson & Tom Allen

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It's jazz musician Thor Polson talking about his "Northern Lights" project.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120608 - Inside the Headlines

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At 4pm, join James for the regular feature "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile Fridays on PLANET ERSTWILD. For links to all stories referenced, click "Read more" below.

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People-powered solar radio KRUU 100.1 FM presents another segment of CITY BUSINESS. This week we talk about the efficacy of smart meters, updsate on the quiet zone, and more.

After each council session, KRUU presents a brief summary with 4th Ward councilman Michael Halley. Our way of keeping you up to snuff with city haps.

Tune in for CITY BUSINESS with Michael Halley at 100.1 FM, online at www.KRUUfm.com, the second and fourth weeks each month TUE 12:30pm, THU 6:30pm, & the following MON 6:30am, for the latest haps from City Hall.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120615 - Inside the Headlines

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At 4pm, it's our regular feature "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile offering an insight out look at some of the week's most striking headlines. For a complete list of stories referenced, click "Read more" below.

- 20120618 - Planet Erstwild - Triptic Soul CD release

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Stephen Benson and Barbara Morillo of Triptic Soul, talk about their new self-titled electronica release and pre-release CD party at Central Park Furnishings Sat, June 23 at 8pm.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120622 - Fred Branfman

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Fred Branfman talks with PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore about his Salon magazine piece "When Chomsky Wept." Expect a wide-ranging discussion. During sustained periods of political, spiritual and psychological activity, Branfman has sought to understand and improve human affairs He has been published in N.Y. Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Today, San Francisco Chronicle, Boston Globe,  Harper’s, Playboy, The Nation, New Republic, Salon, Tikkun, Newsday, The Progressive, Alternet, Huffington Post, Truthdig, and many more. His website is trulyalive.com.

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"Inside the Headlines" with Oakland-based, Emmy award-winning journalist/filmmaker Newsvandal JP Sottile. This week: secret wars and the war on secrets, the con do economy, shady sunshine & much more. Click on "Read more" below for a list of today's featured headlines.

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We have the honor of speaking with Jeffrey Hollender, founder of Seventh Generations, a Greenpeace board member, and founder of the American Sustainable Business Council which consists of over 150,000 businesses across the country. Jeffrey, Paul Tarnoff and Troy Van Beek of Ideal Energy, all attended an all day session at the White House where they met with 29 Obama administration officials.

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- Planet Erstwild - 20120629 - Inside the Headlines

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"Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. Why are people ignoring JImmy Carter's searing critique of America? Tune in and find out. For a list of all referenced headlines, please click the "Read more" tab below.

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A chat with extraordinary singer/artist Barbara Morillo talking about her new acapella project and much more.

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On Tuesday, July 10, 2012, at 7:30 pm, the renowned African choir Voices of Namibia will thrill the audience at the Sondheim Center for the Performing Arts in Fairfield, Iowa, for an historic, one-night-only concert event. Concert organizer Elaine Reding talks about the group and the upcoming performance with James Moore.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120706 - Inside the Headlines

60:00 minutes (54.94 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

"Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. Today we'll be looking at three main categories of stories: 1. Let Freedom Ring And It Will Eventually Go To Voicemail; 2. Child's Play; and 3. Droning On and On. And On. Plus a few Good News stories and some great Odds & Ends. Click on "Read more" below to continue.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120706 - Jimmy Dain Scott

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"Interstellar Honey Drive'" a spontaneous combustion recorded live ~ 5:30pm Friday, July 6, 2012 at solar-powered KRUU-FM studios by Dain Daller of New Mexico (synths), Kenny Scott of San Francisco (computer) & Jimmy Moore of F-Town (wah-wah bass).

- Planet Erstwild - 20120713 - Inside the Headlines

63:03 minutes (57.73 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore dives "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. Click on "Read more" below for all articles reviewed.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120720 - Inside the Headlines

61:49 minutes (56.6 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

Another fresh week's worth of "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. For complete list of stories, click on 'Read more' below. Shows are archived under PLANET ERSTWILD.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120718

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Filmmaker Kristian Day and author Frank Meeink, who are working together on a new documentary "Is This Heaven" on Iowa spirituality. Kristian, president of the Modern American Cinema and managing editor at Iowa Music Buzz, files regular reports for KRUU from Des Moines.

- 20120725 - Planet Erstwild - Jerry Yellin

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WW II pilot Jerry Yellin talks about his work with veterans suffering from PTSD. He will be hosting HEALING the HIDDEN WOUNDS of WAR Saturday, July 28th at 2pm at the Sondheim Center. It's free and open to the public. Also speaking: Afghan War veteran Luke Jensen & brain scientist Fred Travis.

14:31 minutes (13.29 MB) Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

James Moore speaks with Ken Malloy about his work with the Greater Jefferson County Foundation and its role supporting community non-profits and high school graduates since 1975. Ken also announces a new video contest with a $500 cash prize for the 90-second to 4 minute promotional video selected.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120803 - Inside the Headlines

58:53 minutes (53.92 MB) Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

"Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. James & JP highlight some of this week's overlooked or under-contextualized stories, whether it's jumping the shark, going for the green, or hearts, minds & bombs. For a complete listing of all this week's headlines w/ links, click "Read more" below.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120803 - LB Shriver on China

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James Moore speaks with LB Shriver about his experiences teaching in China.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120810 - Inside the Headlines

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4pm, it's our regular mindful news & commentary segment "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile, Emmy Award-winning journalist & filmmaker. This week's categories include secrets, you are what you eat & drink, and the cost of doing business. You can't afford to miss this. Click "Read more" below for a complete listing of this week's select headlines.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120817 - Inside the Headlines

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"Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. Check out his latest salvo on the fine line between politicizing and journalism: How Ezra Klein Punked Chris Matthews, Political Media and the Entire Cable News Model. This week's categories: TV or not TV, suck suck goose economy, and a meditation on the wetness of water. For all headlines discussed with links, click Read more below.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120824 - Inside the Headlines

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Our regular 4pm segment "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. This week he and James look at Citizen Kane's Rosebuddies, see hear now, and, oh yeah, speak [no evil], & hired guns for higher education, & much more. All headlines listed below, just click "Read more."

- 20120824 - Planet Erstwild - High Atop a Lowrider

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If you've got a thing for Harleys and Mexico, tune in at 2pm as PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore reads his Iowa Source piece on said subject following his trip down the Baja to Cabo San Lucas from Los Angeles a few years back.

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James jams with Chris Lyng of the Maximum Ames music festival

- Planet Erstwild - 20120831 - Inside the Headlines

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It's "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile, our weekly mindful news & commentary program. This week's categories: science friction, America's exceptional wealth inequality, eensy doses, good news & more. For complete listing of all this week's headlines, click "Read more" below.

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3pm: A discussion with peace activist Kathy Kelly Kathy Kelly

Thanks Ed Flaherty and the Iowa Peace network for alerting me to the mural exhibit "Windows & Mirrors: Reflections on the War in Afghanistan." An opening reception is being held Sun, Sept 9th, 1-3pm at the Coralville Public Library, Lower Level, in Coralville. (The exhibit at the library runs September 1-30th.)

On Wed, Sept 12th at 7pm, three-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee Kathy Kelly will speak about her experiences in Afghanistan with the Afghan Peace Volunteers, and the path to end the decades-long cycle of war there. Co-founder of the Voices in the Wilderness & co-coordinator of Voices of Creative Nonviolence, Kathy has made countless trips to Iraq, been arested 60 times in pursuit of justice & peace, and has recently been working in Kabul. Learn about the 2 million friends campaign here with peace workers in Afghanistan reaching out to end the war there.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120907 - AmericInn GM Kory Madson

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James Moore talks with General Manager Kory Madson. The AmericInn Fairfield hotel is conveniently located at the intersection of Highways 1 and 34 in Fairfield, Iowa close to the Jefferson County Medical Center and only minutes from the Maharishi University of Management and Southeast Iowa attractions.

This AmericInn is a new prototype featuring a contemporary design. The three-story hotel features an open lobby that encompasses a beverage bar, breakfast dining area, business center and meeting room. The AmericInn Fairfield is constructed with special energy conservation features including motion-monitoring energy management systems in all guestrooms, high efficiency windows, energy efficient construction and interior placement of the pool to retain heat.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120907 - Inside the Headlines

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Welcome to a special edition of "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. James & JP share their reflections on the two political circus tents called RNC & DNC. Categories include GOPalozza, DEM-onstration Sport, Rubber Meet Road, Celebrity Blah-Blah, & the usual Odds & Ends. For complete listing of headlines, click "Read more" below.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120914 - Inside the Headlines

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At 4pm, we go "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile, Oakland-based Emmy-award winning journalist & filmmaker who spent 10 years working in DC. This week's categories include Implausible Deniability (Take Two Drones and Call Me in the Morning), The Economy Doesn't suck--It Just Sucks for You (Record Poverty Rate Persists in U.S.), and Calling Dr. Dolittle (Birds Hold Funerals for Their Dead), as well as Good News and Odds & Ends. For a complete list of headlines with links, click "Read more" below.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120914 - Jeremiah Goulka

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James speaks with Jeremiah Goulka, a DC-based journalist who penned an essay this week WHY I LEFT THE GOP for TomDispatch that was picked up by Salon, Mother Jones, The Nation & others. Formerly an analyst at the RAND Corporation, a recovery worker in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina, and an attorney at the U.S. Department of Justice,

Goulka was raised in Chicago in the Rockefeller Republican tradition with dreams of becoming involved in Republican politics. He talks about his personal transformation stirred by a visit to Iraq and a stark confrontation with poverty in Hurricane Katrina-stricken New Orleans.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120914 - Greg Palast

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In the first hour, PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore speaks with investigative journalist/best-selling author Greg Palast about his piece THE WORST TEACHER IN CHICAGO highlighting the dynamics at work in the teacher strike underway in Chicago, the biggest in 26 years, especially with Obama's former chief of staff Rahm Emmanuel now mayor. Palast also discusses his newest book Billionaires and Ballot Bandits, on sale now. Author of The Best Democracy Money Can Buy and Armed Madhouse. Palast may be best known for uncovering Katherine Harris' purge of blacks from Florida's voter rolls in the 2000 presidential election.

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Film director Cullen Thomas and producer Donald Revolinski talk with Stuart Tanner and James Moore about the world premiere of their new film.

"The Vindication of Ronald Clay" will be screening at the Fairfield Arts and Convention Center on Friday, September 21st at 7:30pm. This screening is one night only. Formal dress is encouraged.

Shot on location in Fairfield, Iowa, with an all Iowa cast and crew, "The Vindication of Ronald Clay" is a smart, stylistic adventure about the interwoven fables of five patrons to a coffee shop at the center of the universe. Set in an alternate timeline where Napoleon's descendents still rule.

The Vindication of Ronald Clay is equal parts Flash Gordon, Dick Tracey, and The Princess Bride, with lots of spies, lies, machinations and fun. Proudly co-sponsored by KRUU-FM.

 

- Planet Erstwild - 20120905 - Joshua Tree & Macro7

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James Moore interviews Joshua Tree about his new nonprofit Macro7.

He says: Join us in Dalby Hall at 7:30pm

on Tuesday Sep. 18, 2012. 

 

"You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete”

- Planet Erstwild - 20120921 - Sam Husseini

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IPA's Sam HussseiniAn in depth look at the recent Islamophobic movie provocation and reaction, as well as the backdrop against which this episode transpired, which led to the tragic death of an American ambassador & co-workers in Libya. PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore speaks with Sam Husseini, communications director of the Institute for Public Accuracy, who sheds light on the subject and other Middle East issues.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120921 - Inside The Headlines

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We go "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile, our regular Friday segment. This week we tackle income inequality with Income Divide & Conquer, all things olitical with Politics & Fleas, and a little category called Eat, Drink and Be As Merry As Humanly Possible, plus the Week in Good News and Odds & Ends. For a full list of articles referenced, click "Read more" below.

- 20120925 - Planet Erstwild - Jim Hightower on JFAN

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If you missed nationally syndicated columnist, radio host and best-selling author Jim Hightower last night at the Sondheim Center, you missed a great evening.

But luckily your trusty neighborhood solar-powered grassroots, community radio station was there. Jim's keynote address for the annual Jefferson County Friends & Neighbors event was enthusiastically received by a packed house. Sit back and leave the driving to us, and enjoy some great music by Fairfield's own Truckstop Souvenir, Patti Smith, Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings, Pete Seeger and Bruce Springsteen.

"People have the power to wrestle the earth from fools."

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Dana Rubin & Hannah Blackmer w/ James Moore.At 3pm, meet Dana Rubin and Hannah Blackmer, two young women from Vermont who graduated college and decided to do something interesting. They've embarked on a 100-day road trip across America in a diesel-powered Mercedes searching out local sustainability success stories and decided to drop by solar KRUU. Convenient Resilience they call it. Ride on!!

- Planet Erstwild - 20120928 - Sue Goodwin

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Sue Goodwin, executice producer of NPR's "Talk of the Nation" with Neal Conan speaks with PLANET ERSTWILD host and station co-founder James Moore. A true radio passionista, Goodwin has worked in public radio for over 20 years. She was visiting Fairfield for the first time to reconnect with long lost high school buddy, Dr. Deborah Peters. Also, her son attends Grinnell University.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120927 - Edwin Coppard

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Renowned voice coach Edwin Coppard who's arriving from Vancouver via Japan for an all-day Saturday workshop. Coppard who worked with motivational speaker Tony Robbins for 10 years, talks about his experiences around the world helping people find their voice and shares his recent breakthrough which he calls the Holy Grail of unlocking its potential.

- Planet Erstwild - 20120928 - Inside the Headlines

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"Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. This week topics include 'Hearts & Minds & Bombs,' 'What is Govern-meant to Do?' and 'Something's Fishy.'  As we do each week, articles are listed and linked, just click "Read more" below.

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One show only!Interview at 12:45pm

THE CURSE OF THE SPACE DEMON!

Starring Elizabeth Huebner and Joey Del Re
Written and Directed by Dom Rabalais and Nicholas Naioti

ONE REPRISE ONLY!
Tuesday, October 9th at 8pm

at St. Mary's

 

James Moore speaks with Dom Rabalais about the staging of Space Demon and much more

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James Moore talks with Gary Garles about Trees Forever

- 20121010-pe-scott-timm-elaine-hughes

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Meet the new Fairfield Volunteer Center director Elaine Hughes who talks about the Alliant Hometown Rewards weatherizing workshop and much more with Go Green sustainability coordinator Scott Timm.

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At 4pm, it's our regular weekly segment "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile, award-winning journalist/filmmaker. This week we look at the cushy Gucci Gulch world of corporate lobbyism (yes, it's a job that not only pays the bills, it writes them, too!), you are what you--gulp--eat (pig feces in seafood? wish i was making that up), and D-N-A, easy as 1-2-3 (Hit it, Michael Jackson! Supreme Court to rule on self-replicating products? oh my.) Never mind Canada kicking our butts in 1812, literal fat cats, and Jefferson's dark side. Click "Read more" below.

- Planet Erstwild - 20121012 - Amir, the Hair Mechanic

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PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore talks with one of his favorite people, Amir, the Hair Mechanic, an Iraqi soldier who fought against Iran and following the first Bush War became a political refugee in the early 90s when he revolted against Saddam Hussein. Now a proud American citizen who'd defend this country with his life to protect his home and children, he watches events in the Middle East with a sober, reflective and wary eye.

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James Moore chats with Eniko & Robert Reeder about their Waldorf-inspired Singing Cedars School and Saturday, October 20th's 2nd Annual Community Celebration taking place from 11am-5pm.

Enjoy a fun family day of live music, good food, croquet and more at Singing Cedars! Featuring the music of: • All Souls on Deck (Sharon Bousquet, Phoenix Jordan, Tim Britton, George Foster, Robert Reeder and Nina Benjamin) • Purple Hat (Robert Reeder, Frank Cenatori and David Carlisle) • Frank and Nina (Frank Cenatori and Nina Benjamin)

PLUS! Singing Cedars 2nd Annual Croquet Tourney! Try your hand at winning the coveted “Winner's Jacket” Limited to 16 entrants - Reserve your position now! BBQ Chicken Plate or Veggie Burger Plate

Click here for info on location and pricing details. Singing Cedars is a Waldorf inspired non-profit organization. All proceeds are tax deductible and will go towards supporting operation and expansion costs. Co-sponsored by solar-Powered KRUU-FM.

- Planet Erstwild - 20121015 - Sara Zeluff

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WHAT'S YOUR TALENT, Fairfield? YOUR CHANCE TO SHINE!

Interview Tue 12:30pm | Thu 6:30pm | Sat 11:30am

James Moore speaks with Hollywood casting producer Sara Zeluff who's coming to town Tue Oct 23 from 4pm-8pm in search of local talent for a brand new AMC docuseries with the working title "Road Show." The unscripted series will present small-town talent shows from around the country, offering locals a chance to shine in the national spotlight.

- Planet Erstwild - 20121019 - "Inside the Headlines"

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At 4pm, it's our regular weekly segment "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile, award-winning journalist/filmmaker. This week we look at the cushy Gucci Gulch world of corporate lobbyism (yes, it's a job that not only pays the bills, it writes them, too!), you are what you--gulp--eat (pig feces in seafood? wish i was making that up), and D-N-A, easy as 1-2-3 (Hit it, Michael Jackson! Supreme Court to rule on self-replicating products? oh my.) Never mind Canada kicking our butts in 1812, obese pets, and Jefferson's dark side. Click "Read more" below.

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Bluesman extraordinaire Larry Garner speaks with James Moore about his new record, BLUES FOR SALE, and upcoming performance at Morning Star Studio Saturday, October 27th. With all the honesty and power of the blues Larry delivers a show that has earned him 7 W. C. Handy nominations including 4 for Best Contemporary Blues Male Artist. In 2002 Larry was inducted into the Louisiana Hall of Fame. He is the winner of the BB King’s Lucille Award, three time recipient of Blues Songwriter of the Year Award in Paris, the Slim Harpo Ambassador for the Blues Award in Baton Rouge, and many more.

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James Moore talks with Atlanta attorney Loren Collins, author of BULLSPOTTING: Finding Facts in the Age of Misinformation, about the DVD called "Dreams of My Real Father" by Joel Gilbert whose film is showing this weekemd in Fairfield, calling it "complete bunk." The DVD asserts that Obama's Kenyan father is a ruse to cover the "real" story: Obama is actually a red diaper baby, the son of commie/poet Frank Marshall Davis. Gilbert has made other films: one claiming Paul McCartney is dead and another that Elvis Presley is alive. 

The assertions of the story, according to Collins, simply do not hold up to simple investigative scientific scrutiny. Collin's website barackcryphal has the breakdown in clear detail. Up till this moment, it's received little comment from media and screened at only six places in the past two months, according to Gilbert's offical website. But perhaps flying under the radar means it will have a little explosion in key swing states just in the run up to the election, begging the age-old question: When money talks it is impolite for facts to interrupt?

- Planet Erstwild - 20121026 - Inside the Headlines

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In the final hour, James speaks with Newsvandal JP Sottile all about the Cuban missile crisis which marks its 50th anniversary this month. That and much more on Fairfield's topical and musical safari known as PLANET ERSTWILD, where jokers are always wild and the party never stops.

- Planet Erstwild - 20121102 - Inside the Headlines

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It's a special extended version of "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. This week we look at voting machinations, the not-so sweet flow of money, honey, and the secrets that "they've" got, plus some Good News, and Odds & Ends, including a look at the scientific basis of "truthiness.' For this week's headlines, click "Read more" below.

- Planet Erstwild - 20121109 - Inside the Headlines