audio by year 2009

- 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.

- Life & Debt - 20090104 - Savings End

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- 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.

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Jill Bolte Taylor

My Stroke of Insight author Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor is this week's guest on Writers' Voices with Monica and Caroline. Tune in to KRUU 100.1 FM Friday Jan 9, 1pm, or Monday Jan 12, 8am. Dr. Taylor, a brain scientist, had a stroke and recovered to tell the story of how her consciousness shifted during the experience. One of Time magazine's 100 most influential people of 2008, and featured on Oprah, Dr. Taylor feels that greater peace is possible by choosing to cultivate our right-brained consciousness, and that this is a message worth spreading.

Dr. Taylor first became interested in the functions of the mind when she was a child, growing up with a brother with schizophrenia. She has devoted her career to the study of severe mental illnesses as a Harvard-trained neuroanatomist.

- Life & Debt - 20090111 - Life Debt Relationship

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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.]

- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090112

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- 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.]

- Writers' Voices - 20090109 - Jill Bolte Taylor

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Jill Bolte Taylor

My Stroke of Insight author Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor is this week's guest on Writers' Voices with Monica and Caroline. Tune in to KRUU 100.1 FM Friday Jan 9, 1pm, or Monday Jan 12, 8am.
Dr. Taylor, a brain scientist, had a stroke and recovered to tell the story of how her consciousness shifted during the experience. One of Time magazine's 100 most influential people of 2008, and featured on Oprah, Dr. Taylor feels that greater peace is possible by choosing to cultivate our right-brained consciousness, and that this is a message worth spreading.

Dr. Taylor first became interested in the functions of the mind when she was a child, growing up with a brother with schizophrenia. She has devoted her career to the study of severe mental illnesses as a Harvard-trained neuroanatomist.

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Dieppe CrossingA story about friendship, life and adventures take center stage as Betty L. McLane-Iles creates a book that will surely inspire you. Dieppe Crossing takes you to the days of the resistance and retribution of the Spanish Civil War, the French Resistance, and the Occupation of France and back toward the present

Betty McLane-Iles has een a Professor of French at Truman State University in northeast Missouri since 1982. She works on historical biography and fiction, frequently in partnership with her husband, Lawrence Irvine Iles, a British historian and Labour politician. Her perspective on art and life has been strongly influenced by her congressional service, travels, teaching, community and union activism, and by the progressive
humanitarian principles of the European and Quebecois women leaders she has known.

- Life & Debt - 20090118 - Life Debt Relationship 2

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- Icon Art Radio - 20090118 - Winter Mind, Blank Mind

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- Lyrical Venus - 20090120 - Kate Graves

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Kate Graves

 

The lovely Kate Graves is busy getting her new album "Love Songs For The Neurotic" ready for release but she's taking some time out for an interview on Lyrical Venus this Tuesday. I've gotten to preview some of the songs and they are delightful little gems I've had on repeat all day! I love this quote about her voice:

"Kate's voice is the Long Island Ice Tea of voices. It's One part
Lucinda, two part Emmylou, with a twist of Norah Jones." ~Paul
Godbout, lead singer of Secret Sobriety

Come have a listen yourself and see what Paul means.

Iowa City Author Thomas Dean on Writers' Voices

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Thomas DeThomas Deanan“A beautifully written memoir . . . a moving journey through the author's personal life and its continual relationship to the landscape he accepts and honors.” -
Jim Heynen
Thomas Dean is a writer and editor with a deep interest in our connections to place, our relationship with the natural world, and the cultural life of the Midwest. A pushcart Prize nominee, Dean has recently published a book of personal essays, Under a Midland Sky (Ice
Cube Press, 2008). This collection focuses on Midwesters life through the experience of seasons, weather, and other phenomena in the sky, exploring Dean's personal efforts at finding home, as well as ruminations on what it means for all of us to seek a sense of place.

- Planet Erstwild - 20090130 - Lane Wyrick

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- Life & Debt - 20090125 - Life Debt Golden Rule 1

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- Icon Art Radio - 20090125 - Agreement and Diversity

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- Lyrical Venus - 20081124 - Ellis & Terri

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Ellis and Terri
After a fabulous concert this past February, many Fairfielders are looking forward to the return of Ellis for a concert this weekend. What many may not know is she is also bringing booking agent/artist Terri Mazurek, and the two of them will be presenting a workshop on Sunday entitled "Making a Living Making Music in the 21st Century." Topics include: how to set direction for your music career, how to find an audience for your music, promotion and marketing ideas, and how to plan/book your own tours. All levels of performing musicians are welcome, from those just starting out to touring musicians.

I met Ellis and Terri in person at the Rocky Mountain Song School and they are both the kind of vibrant, funny, sweet and down-to-earth people you just want to hang out with!

- Lyrical Venus - 20090127 - Amie Penwell

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Amie Penwell

 

Show me to the river, somewhere to wash away this feeling,
these days of disbelieving.

~ Show Me to the River, Amie Penwell

Marin County singer-songwriter Amie Penwell just released her debut full-length album King in a Temple this past November. The first thing that hits you on hearing the album is the voice. A voice for Gospel, or like the voice of an angel lowered an octave as it says on her website. It's an apt description. Amie's voice not just soulful, you really do feel like it's a healing balm to sooth away the pain of life she sings about in her songs, and turn it into something beautiful.

Christian author Janet Thompson on Writers' Voices

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Janet ThompsonPlease help us welcome Janet Thompson to Writers' Voices
this Friday at 1pm. Janet has been prolific in sharing her personal experiences with Breast Cancer, once being and then having a "prodigal daughter", and in Christian mentoring. In addition to being a speaker and mentor, Janet is the author of three books, with three more in the works, and is the founder of About His Work Ministries and Publishing.

"Dear God, They Say It's Cancer" is the book that Janet wished he had when she was going through breast cancer. "Praying for Your Prodigal Daughter" offers hope through the success stories of both herself and her daughter. "Woman to Woman Mentoring" is Janet's answer to a call from God that has become her life's passion. She has also published a Bible study series entitled, "Mentoring God's Way".

Janet is currently working on three books, "Dear God, Why Can't I Have a Baby?", "Lunch with Jesus", and "The Team that Jesus Built".

- Life & Debt - 20090201 - Life Debt Golden Rule 2

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090202

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Writers' Voices celebrates the Fairfield Film Festival by interviewing MUM Filmmakers Geoff Boothby and Cullen Thomas about their film, Wormtooth NationWormtooth Nation this Friday, Feb 6, at 1pm.

Originally conceived as a "steampunk Midsummer Night's Dream set in an underground city where no one ever dies", Wormtooth nation is a 9 part series available for viewing at http://theskyisfree.com or this weekend at the Film Festival.

Steampunk is a genre of retrospective science fiction in which fanciful technologies are suggested, even after we know better. Steam-powered space ships or coal-burning robots would be examples of
"steampunk".

- Life & Debt - 20090208 - Life Debt Gold 3 & 4

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090209

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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.

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Elaine Aron

In her national bestseller, The Highly Sensitive Person: How to Thrive When the World Overwhelms You, author Elaine Aron, Ph.D. defines a distinct personality trait that affects as many as one out of every five people. According to Dr. Aron's definition, the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) has a sensitive nervous system, is aware of subtleties in his/her surroundings, and is more easily overwhelmed when in a highly stimulating environment.
The HSP personality trait has been accepted into mainstream psychology. Dr. Aron's findings have been published in Counseling Today, Counseling and Human Development, and the prestigious Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090216

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Karol Truman will be our guest on Writers' Voices this week.  We will be discussing her book, "Feeligns Buried Alive Never Die."

- Life & Debt - 20090222 - Life Debt Rules 6 & 7

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090223

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- Lyrical Venus - 20090217 - Lauren Zettler

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Lauren Zettler
Someone wrap themselves around me
Wear my edges down won't you please?

~ Shapes, Lauren Zettler

Lauren Zettler is a savvy DIY type of gal. The bio on her website talks about her journey to musicianhood, from the childhood dream, to the detours due bouts of practicalness, to the lightning-bolt epiphany that the “jealous tears”
at every musical performance she attended were probably not necessary
and that she should follow her heart.

- Lyrical Venus - 20090210 - Sharon Bousquet

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Beaucoup Shakti Duo

 

Pre-Valentine's Day Show!

Lyrical Venus Valentine's special.

Treats for your ears include a visit with one of our favorite special guests Sharon Bousquet of Beaucoup Shakti and some lovely love poems!

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Fran Capo

 

Besides being a motivational speaker, adventurer, actress, comedian, mother, and Guinness Book of World Records holder for fastest talking female, Fran Capo is also the author of 10 books and working on her 11th.

Please join us on Writers Voices as we talk with Fran about three of her books, Adrenalin Adventures about fun and unusual things to do, Almost a Wise Guy, a novel about her father's escapades between the Mob and law enforcement, and Hopeville; City of Light, a children's book that emerged from an angelic encounter.

Fran Capo has been on over 250 television shows, including Entertainment Tonight,Larry King Live, Last Call with Carson Daly, Good Morning America, Nick at Night, Discovery Channel, and the Martha Stewart Show.

- Life & Debt - 20090301 - Life Debt Golden Rule 8

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090302

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- Life & Debt - 20090308 - Life Debt Golden Rules

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- Icon Art Radio - 20090308 - Guest Painter Suanna Breed

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090309

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- Lyrical Venus - 20090303 - Kathleen Taylor

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- Lyrical Venus - 20090303 - Kathleen Taylor

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Kathleen Taylor Smelling a Tomato


Treefrogs are singing, hoping that it rains
I'm sitting on my couch and I'm wishing for the same
but it's dry, dry, dry
in Gainesville today

~ Gainseville Today, Kathleen Taylor

Her bio says to "Think an Art Noveau princess with a pair of brass knuckles." I think that fits Kathleen Taylor's music pretty well. The Austin based singer-songwriter recently released her album Defy The World. To listen to it is to take a whimsical little adventure through Kathleen's various inspirations, as well as encountering a variety of creatures in the wild, or at least the wilderness of suburbia!

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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.]

- Life & Debt - 20090315 - Life And Debt Gold 1-5

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090316

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- Lyrical Venus - 20090317 - Lori Diamond

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Singer-Songwriter Lori Diamond
New England singer-songwriter Lori Diamond has just released her second album. The songs on lush, piano-based Mystery speak of love, loss, gratitude and other facets of the human experience. Her crystal clear voice and sparkling piano work also live up to her name!

- Life & Debt - 20090322 - Life Debt Gold Rev 6, 7, 8

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090323

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090324

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Zach Allen the culinary director of Molto Vegas, Doug Taylor executive pastry chef of Molto Vegas, and Josef Helphinstine Service Director of Enoteca San Marco join us on this week's Great Taste. We're talkin' about Slow Food that beats the odds every time. Don't miss our dose of traditional Italian with a Batali (Mario Batali) twist or How to Survive in Vegas without Sacrificing your Palate or Wallet!

We'll be cooking Italiano in the studio with a little informal lingua Italiana thrown in for fun. Don't miss out on the next Great Taste. If you're interested in becoming a Facebook fan of the show. click here.


Ciao, Mi chiamo ____________________.

Anthony Starr and Roma Gal on Writers' Voices

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Zippy and TippyTwo of our own Fairfield authors, Anthony Starr Roma Galat
1pm and and Roma Gal at 1:30pm, will be our guests this Friday on Writers Voices. Tune in to hear about how self-publishing can open doors for writers, from children’s books to steamy romance novels.

Anthony Starr created Zippy and Tippy’s New Family, a beautifully photographed children’s book in which two Midland Painted Box Turtles,who have been longtime friends, discuss and decide to become mates and create a family of their own. This book describes what they must go through to become proud parents while including some of the other animals who share their home, with an emphasis on what humans can do to positively impact their home and nature in general.

Anthony will be doing a reading at Revelations on Saturday,March 28 at 3pm.

- Life & Debt - 20090329 - Homebuy

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Belinda SubramanWhile living in Germany in the 1980s Belinda began Gypsy Literary Magazine and Sanctuary Tape Series where she published writings and vocal performances of poets from many countries. Sanctuary ran about 6 years and Gypsy for 10 years before its resurrection in 2004. She also published many books under the VERGIN PRESS imprint including VOCES FRONTERIZAS, writings based on life on the U.S./Mexican border sponsored by the El Paso Public Library as well as THE GULF WAR: MANY PERSPECTIVES, EARTH TONES, IMAGES OF JIM MORRISON and HENRY MILLER AND MY BIG SUR DAYS.

- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090330

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Business Writer Paul Lima on Writers' Voices

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Paul Lima

 

Our guest this week on Writers' Voices is Toronto-based business writer and business writing trainer Paul Lima. Paul has written several books on writing, including "The Six-Figure Freelancer; How to Find, Price, and Manage Corporate Writing Assignments", "The Business of Freelance Writing; How to Develop Article Ideas and Sell them to Newspapers and Magazines", and "How to Write a Non-Fiction Book in 60 Days."

Paul also offers seminars and workshops on search engine optimization, presentations and speeches, media interviews, copywriting, media release writing, and effective emailing.

Please join Monica Hadley and her cohost/mom Caroline this Friday at 1pm to hear from this experienced writer.

- Life & Debt - 20090405 - FICO

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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 - 20090409 - Nuclear Disarmament

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Paul McCartney, David Lynch, Ringo StarrBruce Miller and Chris Busch, our resident Filmosophers, discuss the landmark David Lynch Foundation benefit concert featuring Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Donovan, Moby, Betty Lavette, Sheryl Crow, Eddie Vedder, Ben Harper, Jimmy James, Paul Horn, hosted by David Lynch and Laura Dern, held at Radio City Music Hall in New York City April 4, 2009.

[Click on pic to go to DLF website for interviews, etc]

- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090411

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- Life & Debt - 20090412 - Home Buy 1

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090413

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- Speaking Freely - 20090414 - Mike Robbins

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Dennis Raimondi interviews Mike Robbins.

- Speaking Freely - 20090414 - Mario Orsatti

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Dennis Raimondi interviews Mario Orsatti.

Joseph Mario Orsatti has been with the David Lynch Foundation since its inception in 2005. He has traveled throughout the US and Europe with David Lynch speaking at education conferences about the use of the use of the Transcendental Meditation
technique for helping at-risk students. He helped to organize the "Change Begins Within" Benefit Concert at Radio City Music Hall with co-host Paul McCartney in New York City. .
He will tell us about preparations for the concert and what it was like back stage the night of the event.

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090420

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- Speaking Freely - 20090421 - Pete Fuentes

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Dennis Raimondi interviews Pete Fuentes.

- Speaking Freely - 20090421 - Pete Fuentes

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- Tanner & Moore - 20090423 Topics Dujour

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Monica and Caroline get to sit on the other side of the table this week as guest host Chamaigne Montana interviews them about Writers' Voices, started in 2006.  Daughter and Mother team are also writers, musicians, and songwriters themselves.  Quite the dynamic duo, they have performed around Fairifield for many years.  Caroline Kilbourn has been in radio for 50 years, hosting "Talk About Town" in Fairfield and a current program on Christian radio in Burlington.  Tune in to learn more.

- Lyrical Venus - 20090324 - Wendy Wall

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Wendy WallThere's a quiet and a still
It's nothing like you've ever seen
The way they lights cast on the hill
The light I'm seeing in a dream

~ Road to Paradise, Wendy Wall

The first thing that hits you on listening to Wendy Wall's music is her voice - rich and textured like a tapestry. But if you keep listening you realize that the words are as beautifully woven as the vocal elements. Wendy's new album Road to Paradise charts a course full of "heartbreak, inner demons, deferred dreams and the sometimes seemingly unforgiving terms of life as an artist" in a way that pulls out the the lessons learned and emphasizes the transformations, in a way that everyone can relate.

- Writers' Voices - 20090410 - Thomas Gates

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Thomas Gates

 

Thomas Gates is a contributing author of “Thank God I, Book 2”. Book 1 was a best seller. He is also the author of “Nobody Gets out of Here Dead!”, coming out in August. Many years ago, when Thomas was 22, he had an extensive near death experience. As a result, he now inspires and empowers audiences with his presentations, workshops, training programs and consultations as he shares the unique healing gifts and insights that came from his remarkable near death journey.

In his workshops he gives simple, yet powerful techniques to enjoy greater physical, emotional, and spiritual well being and teaches a self treatment healing method.

Please join us for what promises to be a rewarding conversation with Thomas Gates on Writers' Voices, this Friday, April 10 at 1pm.

20090417 Writers Voices George Foster

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Chicken Soup CoverBook publishers call George Foster “the besIssat
book cover designer in the country,” “a master at designing book covers that sell,” “a creative person’s dream to work with,” and even “a lucky charm.” He has designed the cover for more than a thousand books for publishers large and small including Simon & Schuster, Harcourt Brace, Pearson Education, St. Martin’s Press, and early books in the Chicken Soup for the Soul series.

Mr. Foster wrote the chapter on book cover design for the perennial bestseller “1001 Ways to Market Your Books” and will be featured in a new book to be published in August 2009, “The Writer’s
Essential Toolbox”.

Please join Monica and Caroline this Friday on Writers' Voices at 1pm on KRUU to help us welcome local artist George Foster.

- Icon Art Radio - 20090426 - The Legend Behind the Art

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090427

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- Lyrical Venus - 20090428 - Lovell Sisters

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The Lovell Sisters

Don't look at me that way,
I gotta head on down this road
Take your broken heart back home
I don't know where I'm gonna go,
but that don't mean I should stay
I keep these boots a walkin' till I reach my grave
I gotta take it slow
This heart just needs some time to grow

~ Time to Grow, The Lovell Sisters

- Tanner & Moore - 20090430 - Steven Druker GE Foods

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Carol Bodensteiner and Lance OKones on Writers’ Voices

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Please join us this week for Writers’ Voices with Monica and Caroline as we hear from two local authors.

Carol Bodensteiner will join us from 1 to 1:30 to talk about her book, Growing Up Country: Memories of an Iowa Farm Girl. While she then heads to the Fairfield Public Library to give a talk at 2pm, we’ll be joined by another Iowa author, Lance OKones, from 1:30 to 2:00.

- Icon Art Radio - 20090503 - The Aesthetic of the 1950s

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090504

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- Speaking Freely - 20090505 - Mariel Hemingway

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 Mariel Hemingway

Mariel Hemingway,
as the granddaughter of the illustrious author Ernest Hemingway, was
destined to be in the public eye. But at just thirteen years old,
Mariel became famous in her own right as she made her feature film
debut in Lipstick. Four years later, she earned an Oscar nomination for her role in Woody Allen's film Manhattan.
Mariel is an actress, model, yoga instructor, mother of two teenage
girls, and one of the leading voices for holistic and balanced living.
She is the author of Mariel Hemingway's Healthy Living from the Inside Out. Her new book, just out, is Mariel's Kitchen: Simple Ingredients for a Delicious and Satisfying Life.

- Speaking Freely - 20090505 - Ariane de Bonvoisin

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Ariane de Bonvoisi
Ariane de Bonvoisin is an author, entrepreneur and an
expert on change. Ariane graduated from the London School of Economics
at age 19, then went on to receive her MBA from Stanford University. In
2000, Time Warner tapped her to become the managing director of a new
$500 million digital-media venture fund. She also worked with talk show
host Charlie Rose. De Bonvoisin began working on First30Days.com in
2006, and In May 2008, HarperOne published her book, The First 30 Days: Your Guide to Any Change (And Loving Your Life More). She has appeared on the Today Show on NBC and the Early Show on CBS

Father & Son, Rodney & Aman Charles on Writers' Voices

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This week on Writers' Voices, Chamaigne Montana and Caroline Kilbourn will talk with Fairfield's own Rodney Charles, founder of 1st World Publishing, and his son Aman Charles, author of Camp Ghoulog, among others.
Camp GhoulogMiracles of the Saints

Both have a passion for publishing and want to encourage others to give it a whirl. Aman says, "I love writing books because I learn so much while I am writing them." Rodney says, "I'd love to see more Fairfield authors get published. You can make money and just have a blast
promoting books."

In this interview, we will discuss Aman's Camp Ghoulog, Rodney's best seller Miracles of the Saints, and the wonderful world of publishing.

- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090511

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- Speaking Freely - 20090512 - Colonel (Ret) Dan Nolan

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Colonel Dan Nolan
U.S. Army Colonel (ret) Dan Nolan was one of the first
a growing group of army officiers who have beeen pushing the military
to go green as part of national security. They are known as "the green
hawks". While in the military, Dan was a principal advisor to General
Tommy Franks. He also commanded the 1st Armored Division Artillery. Dan
is a graduate of the United States Military Academy West Point. [Click
on Colonel Nolan's pic for a recent New York Times piece on Army Green.]

- Speaking Freely - 20090512 - Lisa Nichols

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Lisa Nichols

 

Lisa Nichols is a contributor to two of the largest self-development phenomena in history: She was a featured teacher in the hit DVD The Secret, and she wrote two books in the bestselling Chicken Soup for the Soul series.

Lisa Nichols has appeared on Oprah, Larry King Live, and Extra. Ms. Nichols has been featured in O, South Africa, The Oprah Magazine, and was a guest life coach on NBC's Starting Over.

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Visits with the AmishPlease join us on Writers' Voices this week to welcome Linda Egenes, adjunct faculty member at MUM and author of Visits with the Amish. Linda visited with her Old Order Amish neighbors in Southeast Iowa for thirteen years before writing this informative book. She has also written about the Amish for Cobblestone, Plain, Iowa Source, and the Plain Reader. Hosted this week by Chamaigne Montana and Caroline Kilbourn, this is an episode not to be missed by anyone interested in a deeper understanding of Amish culture. “Direct, respectful, and informative, Visits with the Amish takes us into the very homes and businesses of the plain people. There we enter a culture so different from the American mainstream that we are forced to examine our own spiritual beliefs, identities, and values. This slim, quiet book should assume a big place on the bookshelves of anyone interested in anthropology, religion, folklore, or the Amish culture."--Mary Swander

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090518

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- Speaking Freely - 20090519 - Richard Downes

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Richard DownesRichard Downes
is a seasoned international journalist; Richard Downes regularly
cohosts the most popular daily RTÉ radio program "Morning Ireland" and
reports for television news and for the RTÉ current affairs flagship
"Prime Time." During the 2003 war, he stayed in Baghdad and covered the
collapse of Saddam's regime from within. Vincent Browne described him
as "the best reporter covering the war." Downes lives in Dublin with
his wife and two young children. His latest book is In Search of Iraq: From Baghdad to Babylon.

- Lyrical Venus - 20090519-lv-alliemoss-int.mp3

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Allie MossWhat if I knew your name?
What if we had the same home room?
What if the things that tie us are stronger than we knew?
~ Passerby, Allie Moss

I've been looking forward to this album for almost 2 years now and it was worth the wait! The lovely and talented Allie Moss does not disappoint with her new EP Passerby, featuring her beautiful voice, gorgeous melodies and relatable, relevant lyrics.

- Speaking Freely - 20090519 - Sarah Reinertsen

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Sarah Reinertsen

 

Sarah Reinertsen
was the first female leg amputee to complete the Ironman Triathlon
World Championship in Kona, Hawaii. Sarah was born with proximal
femoral focal deficiency, a bone-growth disorder that eventually lead
to her becoming an above-the-knee amputee at the age of seven. She was
featured on the cover of Runner's World and was named one of the first eight "Heroes of Running" in the magazine. Ms. Rienertsen has also appeared on the cover of Triathlete magazine and Max Sports & Fitness magazine. She also scooped up the well-deserved ESPY award in 2006.

- Tanner & Moore - 20090521 - Mariam Mayet

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Tanner & Moore cohosts Stuart Tanner and James Moore speak with South African environmental activist Mariam Mayet.

Mayet, who lives in Johannesberg, is the founder and director of the African Centre for Biosafety. Under her direction, the organisation has developed from one with a focus primarily on biosafety to one with four key programmes: biosafety, biopiracy, agrofuels and challenging industrial agricultural models such as the Green Revolution push in Africa. Her particular interest is in cutting edge research, providing sound credible information and analysis and putting information into the public domain.

Maximum Security author Alan Gompers on Writers' Voices

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Maximum SecurityAlan Gompers, author of Maximum Security - The True Meaning of Freedom, will be our guest on Writers' Voices this Friday, May 22, at 1pm.

Monica Hadley and Chamaigne Montanab will take a look inside this profound book about a man whose search for worldly security landed him in prison where he discovered real security and freedom through meditation and the teachings of Swami Muktananda.

He takes us on his journey with him through high finance, selling drugs, navigating the dangerous waters of prison, and finding unshakable peace. A former con-man, in this book he describes a spiritual awakining, profound insights, and inner peace with clarity that can't be faked.

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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.

- A View From the Pew - 20090524

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- Icon Art Radio - 20090524 - Clinging to Things

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090525

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- Tanner & Moore - 20090528 - FAI Salaward Settlements

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Ellen Greene on Writers' Voices

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Ellen Greene

For twenty years, Ellen Greene kept a running list of the thoughtful, funny, touching things that her husband said and did. She wrote them down secretly, and each Valentines Day, he would find pages from her "Sweet Things List" tucked inside a card.

In this beautiful tribute to a man and a marriage, Greene intersperses selections from her "Sweet Things List" with recollections from their years together. Heartrending and frank, this unabashed love story tells of selfless acts and shared adventures, as it reminds us once again to pay attention to the goodness in our lives and our relationships.

Chamaigne Montana and Caroline Kilbourn host this week's episode of Writers' Voices with Ellen Greene talking about her book, "Remember the Sweet Things".

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Marvin Bell and Rustin LarsonRenowned national poet Marvin Bell visited the studios of KRUU recently and was interviewed by Irving Toast, Poetry Ghost's own Rustin Larson. This interview will air Sunday, May 31st at 10:30 am and Monday June 1st at 1:30 pm central time. In this fascinating program, Marvin reads selected poems from his latest books, talks about his long career as a writer and teacher, and discusses recent world events in the light of his poetry.

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- Tanner & Moore - 20090604 - Obama Cairo

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Mary Foster and Alan Gompers on Writers' Voices

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Mary FosterTwo guests on Writers' Voices this week will talk about Alan Gompersspiritual freedom.

Mary Foster from 1 to 1:30 will talk about her contribution to Thank God I, book 2. This is a book with stories of finding gratitude for painful experiences. Book 1 was a best seller and Book 2 has been eagerly anticipated. Mary will be doing a book signing at Revelations on Sunday June 7 at 1pm along with Thomas Gates who is a contributing author to books 1 and 2.

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090608

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090603 - Rick Segel

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- Abundant Planet - 20090610 - Green Students

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- Tanner & Moore - 20090611 - Iranian Elections

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Kevin Roose on Writers' Voices

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Kevin RooseWhat would happen if a student at one of America’s most secular colleges spent a semester at Reverend Jerry Falwell’s “Bible Boot Camp” for young evangelicals?

The Unlikely Disciple answers that question, following Brown University sophomore Kevin Roose during his semester as a new transfer student at Liberty University, the world’s largest evangelical Christian college.

Hoping to connect with his conservative Christian peers, Roose leaps across the God Divide and embeds himself among Liberty’s 10,000 undergraduates, who call themselves “Champions for Christ.” At Liberty, he sings in Rev. Falwell’s church choir, takes classes like Evangelism 101, and makes surprising discoveries about the true nature of America’s culture war.

The chronicle of Roose’s journey is timely, hilarious, and thought-provoking, and will inspire and entertain believers and non-believers alike.

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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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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090615

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- Tanner & Moore - 20090618

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Gary Douglas and Dain Heer on Writers' Voices

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Talk to the Animals

Join us on Writers' Voices this week as we talk with Gary Douglas and Dain Heer, founder and partner in Access Energy Transformation work. We will be discussing their book, Talk to the Animals, a primer on using Access work to intuitively communicate with animals. Filled with amazing stories of successful healing and dramatic improvements in relationships with animals, this book was a fascinating read, and represents a unique approach in the world of animal communication. Chamaigne Montana and Caroline Kilbourn host this weeks' episode of Writers' Voices.

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090621

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- Lyrical Venus - 20090623 - Lisa Bianco

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Lisa BiancoWe communicate, we appreciate
That we are in contact some way
We forget that we are the living ones
Bound by chips and soldiered wires
~ Post Data/We Communicate, Lisa Bianco

I fell in love with Lisa Bianco's music right away for the rockin', catchy, crunchy wall of sound on the title track of her album Post Data. Then on a trip back from the airport I was listening to her CD in the car and I was able to catch more of the lyrics than on my previous listens and I started liking the songs even better! Fun and introspective? Loud and intimate? Yes, Lisa's music is all that and more.

Find out for yourself, listen to the podcast of the interview!

- A View From the Pew - 20090628

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090629

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- Tanner & Moore - 20090703 - MJ & More

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- A View From the Pew - 20090705

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- Writer's Voices - 20090710 - Iowa Play Festival

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Join us on Writers' Voices this Friday for a behind-the-scenes talk with the writers for the Iowa Play Festival, July 8-12 at the Sondheim Center. David Patterson and Savannah Quinn will tell us about the festival, and then we’ll hear from two of the writers: William Coleman and Robert Lynn.

The show is hosted by Monica Hadley and Caroline Kilbourn.

 

- A View From the Pew - 20090712

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- Icon Art Radio - 20090712 - Guest Painter Jim Weidle 1

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090713

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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.

- Writer's Voices - 20100717 - Ariane de Bonvoisin

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You won’t want to miss this interview with Ariane de Bonvoisin, hosted by Monica Hadley and Caroline Kilbourn. Ariane’s staggering list of accomplishments is topped off by her latest project, The First30Days.

The First30Days is a New York City-based media company focused on guiding people through all types of changes, both personal and professional. Ariane is both Founder and CEO of the company, which launched its beta web site with nearly 50 life change subjects in February 2008.

Its first expression in other media was the release of Ariane’s new book in May 2008, by HarperCollins, aptly entitled The First 30 Days: Your Guide to Any Change.

The First30Days management team is comprised of seasoned former executives from a variety of media companies, including About.com, CNN, International Data Group, News Corporation and Sony. The company’s headquarters, editorial and sales teams are based in the Flatiron district of
New York City.

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090720

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- Tanner & Moore - 20090723 - Dru Gladney

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- Writer's Voices - 20100724 - Marina Spence

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Marina Spence founded The Pink Edge (www.pinkedge.com) in 2007 to help women change their work or their attitude toward work Her book, Make Every Day a Friday! The Joy of Connecting Who You Are With What You Do helps readers successfully navigate the world of career and purpose, with practical actions and spiritual insights. Road tested during Marina’s years in the aggressive, fast-paced atmosphere of Wall Street, the book reveals the Stress-Free Career Change System.

Marina has over 25 years practice with the #1 stress-buster, meditation. While she knows she wasn’t the only person on Wall Street who meditated for an hour before work, sometimes it felt that way. She also taught meditation in Manhattan.

Now Marina juggles management consulting with being an author and mentor. She lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area. Please Join Chamaigne Montana and Caroline Kilbourn for this interview on Friday at 1pm

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- A View From the Pew - 20090726

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- Icon Art Radio - 20090726 - Guest Painter Jim Weidle 2

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Jessie Murphy - In The Woods
In this interview, Jessie Murphy - In The Woods calls in from New York City. The trio combines indie pop with dark humor and classical sensibilities. They have been described as "Vampire Weekend meets Neko Case meets The Carter Family at a salon hosted jointly by Stevie Nicks and Emily Dickinson."

 

- Lyrical Venus Podcasts - 20090728 - Seeing Blind

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Seeing Blind

 

 

Tune in to meet  Seeing Blind, the Indie Alt-Rock group from Seattle. Seeing Blind also incorporates classical instruments in their music in fresh and unexpected ways! Comparisons to Zappa, Tori Amos, Jeff Buckley, and Ani DiFranco have been made in an attempt to describe Seeing Blind's unique style of music.

- 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

- A View From the Pew - 20090802

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090803

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- Lyrical Venus Podcasts - 20090804 - nathalienahai

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Nathalie NahaiYou've been playing a tired game
Spinning silver from your tongue
Baby you may have your wicked way
But who will have you when the day is done?
~ Nathalie Nahai, Sly Girl

London-born singer-songwriter Nathalie Nahai was classically trained on violin and self-taught on guitar. Blend that together with her French, Iranian, Scottish and Gibraltarian heritage and her fascination with tarot and out emerges a lovely collection of bluesy folk songs with occasional twinges of country. Her smooth voice flows over bittersweet lyrics like caramel into hot coffee for a delicious aural treat that perks up your ears!

- 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.

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- Icon Art Radio - 20090809 - Playing at Life

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Freddy Niagra FoncescaFrom: Freddy Fonseca
To: All Fairfield poets and writers

I'm inviting all Fairfield poets, including those who may have moved, to submit original poetry (published and non-published) to a space on my new website: Fairfield Creates Foundation, along with your photo and short bio. Eventually, the best of these poems will be selected for a book on Fairfield poets I'm planning to edit and publish. August 31, 2009 is the deadline for submissions.

The theme of this collection is "Fairfield's Poets As They'd Like To Be Remembered", which is the 'working title' of the book for now. Before you make your selections, I suggest that you ask yourself three questions:

Which of my poems would I like to be remembered by?
Which poems will I most likely be remembered by?
Which of these poems are really "me"?

- Writer's Voices - 20090803 - Victoria Moran

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Who couldn’t use a little hope in their lives these days? Times may be tough, but we still have the power to live richly and to create potential in each moment. Bestselling author Victoria Moran shares her effervescent vision in LIVING A CHARMED LIFE, which offers fifty action-inspiring essays that show us how to custom craft our very own blessed lives. Covering topics such as living richly, staying close to what makes you come alive, and how to be completely, utterly yourself, Moran emphasizes that this kind of happiness is possible for anyone of any age in any circumstance.

Victorian Moran is an inspirational speaker, a certified life coach, and the author of ten books including the international bestseller Creating a Charmed Life. Her articles have appeared in numerous publications, including Body + Soul, Natural Health, and Yoga Journal. Her blog, “Your Charmed Life,” is published daily on BeliefNet.com. She lives a charmed life in New York City.

- Writer's Voices - 20090810 - Dean Gabbert

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Former Fairfield Ledger Editor Dean Gabbert and his publicist Marilyn Candido will be at the KRUU studio on Friday August 7, to be interviewed by Caroline Kilbourn and Chamaigne Montana on Writers’ Voices. Dean's river writings have earned him two awards: the 2006 James V. Swift Prize in Maritime Literature from the Herman T. Pott National Inland Waterways Library, St. Louis; and a 1993 Public Service Commendation from the U.S. Coast Guard. Dean and his wife were both long time staffers at the Fairfield Ledger. They moved to Nuavoo when he retired as Editor and Publisher in 1985. If you go for rivers and riverboats, you'll enjoy Dean Gabbert's latest book, a collection of river stories entitled Brown-Water Boating. Spanning 45 years, the stories will take you places you’ve never been before. Many of these stories appeared in the Waterways Journal and other publications, including the Fairfield Ledger. Among other things, this book is a fascinating history of our area. Dean is also the author of two Mississippi River novels, The Log of the Jessie Bill (1993) and Let the Lower Lights be Burning (2002). Please tune in to welcome Dean Gabbert back to Fairfield!

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- Speaking Freely - 20090811 - Pedro Noguero

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- Great Taste - 20090812 - Chef Gordon Rader of IHCC

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After almost three years we FINALLY are getting some professional cooks into our KRUU studio kitchen! Chef Gordon Rader, Program Director and Lead Culinary Instructor at Indian Hills Community College, takes over the duties of cooking James Moore's dinner, and he's bringing a crew to help: Adam Darland, a recent graduate from the IHCC program and Jon Ulrich one of his current students. The menu includes eggplant parmesan and local greens plus lots of insight into what goes into a culinary education.

Lights, camera, action!! Fairfield Public Access Cable (FPAC) will record this show for future broadcast. We're hoping to video most upcoming episodes of GREAT TASTE so you can doubly enjoy our kitchen antics.

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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.

- Writer's Voices - 20090814 - Dixie Burkhart

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This week on Writers' Voices, we interview Dixie Burkhart, author of "Facts Don't Matter", a provocative book about what she calls "court assisted business fraud", something that she experienced personally when a business agreement gone bad ended up in court. Is "judicial discretion" a door that has opened too wide to allow rulings by opinion?

Dixie Burkhart was born, raised and continues to live in Southeast Iowa with her second husband. She has children, grandchildren, and an extended family. She was a state bureaucrat for seventeen years, worked in the financial services for more than twenty years, was involved with a radio station actively for five years. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Iowa Wesleyan College, a Master of Science from The American College, and a PHD from Walden University. She also holds several professional designations including Chartered Life Underwriter and Chartered Financial Consultant.

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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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Thursday August 20 at 1pm, 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, who are raising funds to support an executive director position for Frank Cicela. Frank is responsible for much eco-growth in the community including facilitating the batteries and the wiring for the radio station's solar project. Lois talks abou Scott Timm who has been hired as sustainability coordinator in conjunction with Iowa State University Extension.

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Dick D & Vocal Point at KRUU-FM

 

 

Brigham Young University's world champion collegiate a cappella group, Vocal Point, appears live at the KRUU studios for a special half hour interview and impromptu taste of their stunning vocal harmonies.

Dick DeAngelis hosts this nine-man jazz/pop nonet who will delight and surprise the listener both on the air and at their subsequent free noon concert in front of the Convention Center.

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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.

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Abundant Planet host Lonnie Gamble speaks with Sustainable Living Coalition founder Grover Stock and Frank Cicela of Clipper Wind Turbines of Cedar Rapids. The SLC is hoping to hire Frank as Executive Director to take the community-based non-profit to the next level. He has been instrumental in facilitating a wide array of equipment donations for sustainablity projects in Fairfield, like arranging key equipment donors for KRUU-FM's solar project.

This weekend, August 22, the SLC is hosting a day of activities including tours of the new state-funded Fairfield Ecological Design Center and Cypress Villages' LEED platinum building, as well as a series of free eco-workshops, and a gala fundraising dinner in the evening at the center.

- Writer's Voices - 2009082 - Fran Kennedy

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“Imagine how much fun it was to ask the Ten Speed Press for 45,000 copies of The Pickle Patch Bathtub,” says Iowa’s First Lady, Christy Vilsack, who selected the book to be given to each of Iowa’s 42,000 kindergartners as part of her literacy program in 2006.

In her column on Offenburger.com, Christy writes, “When I chose The Pickle Patch Bathtub,” by Dubuque writer Frances Kennedy,… I had no idea it would also touch a chord in Iowa’s senior citizens.” While visiting small town libraries, Christy recounts the true story told in the book, about the author’s mother Donna. When Donna was 12, she grew pickles to make money to buy a real bathtub from the Sears and Roebuck Catalog. (She had outgrown the galvanized tub in the kitchen.) With the contribution of her sibling’s Christmas dimes, she finally had enough to buy the tub, which sat in a crate on the front porch until after harvest, when it was enjoyed by the whole family.

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- Sports Talk with Zeb & Paul - 20090823

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090824

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090825 - 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.

- Great Taste - 20090826 - Top Chef Rick Bayless

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Get ready to cook south of the border this Wednesday as Rick Bayless joins us from his restaurants in Chicago. Last Wednesday Bayless won Bravo's Top Chef Masters title and the $100,000 prize. All the funds go to his Frontera Farmer Foundation, a nonprofit organization providing capital development funds to farmers serving the Chicago area who are dedicated to local, seasonal and sustainable food production.

Here's the show menu-Guacamole with roasted pumpkin seeds, two salsas, tortilla soup, enchiladas with greens, and a peach dessert. It's regional Mexican cooking in the KRUU studio and lots of kitchen tips from the owner of Topolobombo, Frontera Grill, Frontera Fresca,and the soon-to-open XOCO in Chicago.

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Michael Morgan

 

 

Thursday, July 16th on Get To Know Your Neighbor at 1:00 pm, host Ken Malloy interviews Iowa resident Michael Morgan.

 

Mr. Morgan talks of his successful work as a health practitioner and
teacher of Cranial Sacral, as well as his days as a pioneer as a glass
cutter using lasers. The hour flies by with stories of travels and
early days in the TM movement. If you or someone suffers from
migraines, autism, or alzheimers.... you may want to tune in.

 

So set your dial and stay awhile...

and GET TO KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR.

- Great Taste - 20090617 - Bryant Terry

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Kathy's cooking from Vegan Soul Kitchen, and Bryant Terry, its author will spend the hour with us on this week's GREAT TASTE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bryant makes Oakland his home, but he spends a great amount of time on
the road promoting his healthy style of cooking which is an amalgam of
African, Caribbean, and Southern traditions reinterpreted without
animal products, and emphasizing local, seasonal, and sustainably-grown
food. You can follow him on Twitter @bryantterry. Check out a recent video with him from a Mother Jones interview on You Tube.

- Writer's Voices - 20090828 - Catherine Clinton

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Catherine Clinton will be calling us all the way from Italy on Friday to talk with us about her new book, Mrs. Lincoln - A Life. Often brushed off as crazy, Mrs. Lincoln was actually a very accomplished woman, but who suffered a lot of tragedy. She was the first president's wife to be known as the "First Lady", and as a First Lady and wife of President Lincoln, she had a shaping influence on American History.

Catherine Clinton is also the author of Harriet Tubman: The Road to Freedom, which was named as one of the best nonfiction books of 2004 by the Christian Science Monitor and the Chicago Tribune, as well as Fanny Kemble's Civil Wars.

Educated at Harvard, Sussex, and Princeton, she is a member of the advisory committee to the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Bicentennial Commission, and holds a chair in U.S. history at Queen's University Belfast.

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090831

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- Get to Know Your Neighbor - 20090903 - Seth Miller

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Tune in to Get To Know Your Neighbor Thursday Sept 3rd at 1:00pm. Host Ken Malloy sits down in the studio to chat with local winemaker Seth Miller.

Mr. Miller is part of a family team that produces some of Iowa's, if not the midwest's, most provacative wines. Sit back and listen as we hear of the ISU and Iowa grad talk about his childhood in Iowa on the farm with his family, his travels around the globe (including New Zealand and Cuba) as well as his no nonsense, simple, honest approach to making some satisfying fruits of the vine. Grab a glass and set your dial and stay awhile...

This Thursday Sept 3rd from 1pm-2pm as we uncork another fine program.

- Writer's Voices - 20090904 - Mary Gottschalk

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Please help Monica Hadley and Chamaigne Montana welcome Mary Gottschalk to Fairfield by tuning in to Writers' Voices this Friday at 1pm. Mary is coming in from Des Moines to be a live guest on KRUU and looking forward to exploring our Fair city. After 35 years and six career changes that took her to Australia, New Zealand, Europe and Central America, Mary finished her first book, Sailing Down the Moonbeam. Today, Mary makes her living as a free lance writer and speaker. Her lectures cover topics such as career planning and the amazing things that can happen when you look at risk as a career management tool. Mary’s memoir is the tale of a New York career woman who decided there was more to life than high finance and a million frequent flier miles she would never have time to use. In what seemed like an outrageous risk at age 40, she and her investment banker husband left family, friends and careers behind in favor of seeing the world from the deck of a sailboat. The three-year journey took her through uncharted waters -- in her marriage and her career as well as on the ocean.

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- Writer's Voices - 20090911 - Hugh Ferrer

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Hugh Ferrer will be at the KRUU station on Friday to talk with Monica Hadley and Chamaigne Montana on Writers’ Voices.

Hugh Ferrer is the associate director of the University of Iowa’s International Writing Program. He earned an AB in Philosophy from Princeton University and an MFA in Fiction from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. He has been with the IWP since 2001. For five years he was fiction editor of The Iowa Review, and is now working on his first novel.
The topic of Hugh Ferrer's lecture at University of Iowa Summer
Writers' Festival this year was “The Big, Silent Dialogue”. He has graciously agreed to come speak with us about his lecture and the dialogue between books. This should be a fascinating interview!
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- Speaking Freely - 20090915 - Patricia Parker

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090918 - Lizzie Gillet

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- Speaking Freely - 20090922 - Steve Farber

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090925 - Caleb Hawley

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090925 - Lawrence Eyre

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- Great Taste - 20090925 - Chef Duffy - Cycling Show

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20090928

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- Planet Erstwild - 20090928 - Becky Schmitz

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- Speaking Freely - 20090929 - Robert & Daphne Cook

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- Planet Erstwild - 20091001 - Parson Swall

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- Tanner & Moore - 20091001 - Economy, Polanski

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Rudy Wilson, "The Red Truck"

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The Red TruckMonica Hadley and Chamaigne Montana speak with Fairfield's own Rudy Wilson about his book, Sonja's Blue, a collection of short stories, many of which have been published in journals or are excerpted from his novels.

Rudy Wilson, author of four books, best known for THE RED TRUCK, has an MFA in English/Fiction Writing, from the University of Iowa's Writers' Workshop, where he was a manuscript reader for admissions to the prestigious graduate writing program. He taught Fiction Writing Workshops there for one year, on a Teaching-Writing Fellowship.

Wilson has received a James Michener Fellowship, a CCLM-GE Award for Fiction published in THE PARIS REVIEW, and an NEA Fellowship for Fiction, in 1989.

Wilson has appeared in Gordon Lish's QUARTERLY, and has three stories in the Winter '94 Indiana Review.

- Planet Erstwild - 20091002 - Dave Murphy

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

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- A View From the Pew - 20091004

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- Speaking Freely - 20091006 - Tim McCarthy

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- Lyrical Venus Podcasts - 20091006 - Boca Chica

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Boca Chica

 

Today we'll talk with Hallie Pritts, frontwoman of the indie-folk group Boca Chica from Pittsburgh. Their second full-length CD, Lace Up Your Workboots, finds the band expanding to add more lush layers of sound while maintaining that hip-yet-vintage flavor so unique to Boca Chica.

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- Icon Art Radio - 20091011 - Celebrate ICON Month

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- Writer's Voices - 20091016 - Michelle Wildgen

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But Not For Long by Michelle Wildgen, tells the story of a sustainable-foods cooperative house going through some summer blackouts and gas shortages, forcing them out of their insular house and into the larger community. In a novel that is swift, slyly funny, and rich in atmosphere, But Not for Long reveals how a few tense days inside a small community show us who we are. You can listen to this interview at www.writersvoices.com

People Magazine says:

“An evocative look at the green movement that includes improbably interesting passages on everything from artisanal cheese caves to the joys of hunting for morels in a damp forest, But Not For Long is also a stirring meditation on modern angst and the meaning of selflessness.” —People Magazine

- Planet Erstwild - 20091016 - Randy West

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- Lyrical Venus Podcasts - 20091006 - dejhacoulantouno

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Dejha ColantounoIn this interview we'll talk to New York rocker Dejha Colantuono about her first solo album, Tea and Vodka. No stranger to the music scene, Dejha has fronted a number of Seattle bands, including 3DS&M, the Pin-Ups, Rotten Apples, and Ragazza. Her solo album is informed by a variety of influences, but is all tied together with her amazing voice.

Click here to read more about Dejha on Lyrical Venus.

- Irving Toast, Poetry Ghost - Many Moods of Moore

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- A View From the Pew - 20091018

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- Icon Art Radio - 20091018 - New Technology in New Art

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- Politickin' with Dennis & James - 20091019

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- Speaking Freely - 20091020 - Jonathan Freeman

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Jonathan Freeman joined the US Army and in 2005 deployed to Taji, Iraq as an Artillery Officer attached to an Armor Company. He deployed again to Iraq in February 2007 to train an Iraqi Army unit. He left active duty in April with the rank of Captain. In June of 2008, he joined the Obama for America campaign as the Deputy Director of Veterans and Military Families Outreach. Since then, Jonathan has been working for the Obama Administration at the Pentagon as the Deputy White House Liaison.

- Lyrical Venus - 20091020 - Sue Krehbiel

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Sue Krehbiel

Dusty Cleveland doesn't seem that long ago
to four boys in grade school running down that dusty road
to find the precious oriole.
~ Sue Krehbiel, Dusty Cleveland

Music has been of Colorado songwriter Sue Krehbiel's life for as long as she can remember, starting out harmonizing with her dad at neighborhood sing-alongs as a kid.  It has only been in the more recent times though that Sue has stepped forward to perform on her own, thanks to the coaxing and encouragement of her friends.  You wouldn't know it - from her assured presence and beautiful guitar work on stage and in her debut CD, Dusty Cleveland, Sue seems like a pro who has been performing for years.

- 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.

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Michael Halley & Karen Rubey, 4th Ward City Council Candidates

 

KRUU-FM local election coverage special

 

Michael Halley and Karen Rubey have filed election papers and are currently seeking the 4th Ward seat.

AROUND TOWN host Melinda Arndt interviews both candidates about their backgrounds and views.

 

Mayor Ed Malloy’s office is up for election. The council seats of Myron Gookin, At-Large; John Revolinski, 2nd Ward; and Martha Norbeck, 4th Ward, are up for election. Malloy, Gookin and Revolinski filed election papers.

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- Great Taste - 20091021 - Kippy & Ron Nigh

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- Planet Erstwild - 20091022 - Jeffrey Smith

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- Tanner & Moore - 20091022 - Jeffrey Smith

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- Writer's Voices - 20091023 - Constantine Darling

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Over a span of 30 years, Constantine Darling has led intensive study groups exploring meditation, Gurjieffian philosophy, Chi Gong, deep sleep and dream recall, power dreaming and dream linking. Through nutrition, trance work, meditation and extensive breath work, he has helped many grateful participants uncover deeper layers of sleep, leading to transformative dream recall. He holds four black belts in martial arts, and has trained thousands of students in Chien Lung, a Chinese Martial Arts system. He has had a long career as a professional dancer, soloist, choreographer and artistic director, and teacher/studio owner. You can listen to the interview at www.writersvoices.com.

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- Planet Erstwild - 20091023 - Ed Malloy

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- Politickin' with Dennis & James - 20091026

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- Tanner & Moore - 20091029

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- Writer's Voices - 20091030 - Rick Hanson

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- A View From the Pew - 20091101

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- A View From the Pew - 20091101

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- Sports Talk with Zeb & Paul - 20091101

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- Politickin with Ari Berman - 20091102

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- Speaking Freely - 20091103 - Richard Lazarus

26:32 minutes (24.29 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

- Great Taste - 20091104 - Great Taste

60:01 minutes (54.95 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

 

Susan PowersRaw Potato Pancakes

Macaroons

- Tanner & Moore - 20091105 - WU, Seytoff, UAA, 1hour

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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.

- Writer's Voices - 20091106 - David Simon

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Writers’ Voices and KRUU FM welcome Dr. David Simon, Chopra Center co-founder. Tune in this Friday, November 6, 1pm Central Time for this interview hosted by Monica Hadley and Chamaigne Montana.

Dr. David Simon is a board-certified neurologist and pioneer in the medical field. His personal mission is to facilitate the integration of complementary and conventional medicine in the 21st century. Since he began his association with Deepak Chopra, M.D. in the 1980’s, Dr. Simon has become one of the nation’s foremost authorities on effective and appropriate use of holistic health care practices, specifically ayurveda – the 5,000-year-old healing tradition of India.

- Planet Erstwild - 20091106 - Dennis Pottratz

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- Around Town - 20091108 - Dr. Shubhangee B. Satam

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Dr. Melinda Arndt, Shubhangee B. Satam & friend

 

 

Dr. Shubhangee B. Satam, B.A.M.S, M.D. (Ayurveda) from Mumbai, India


Diploma in Naturopathy, L.L.B. (IPR), Yoga Consultant with Around Town host Melinda Arndt

 

- A View From the Pew - 20091108

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- A View From the Pew - 20091108

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- Sports Talk with Zeb & Paul - 20091108

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- Politickin' with Dennis & James - 20091109

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- Speaking Freely - 20091110 - Michael Sternfeld

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- Speaking Freely - 20091110 - Alise DeCarterey

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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!

- Writer's Voices - 20091113 - Stephen Covey

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Stephen Covey

Writers' Voices will be replaying our interview with Stephen Covey this Friday, January 1, at 1pm Central.

Monica Hadley and Chamaigne Montana talk with Dr. Stephen Covey about his rare visit to Fairfield to give a free lecture at the Sondheim Center on November 20, 2009. Dr. Covey wrote his latest book, “Predictable Results in Unpredictable Times” in response to our current economic situation. Dr. Covey’s previous book "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People," has been named the #1 most influential business book of the Twentieth Century.

- A View From the Pew - 20091115

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- A View From the Pew - 20091115

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- Sports Talk with Zeb & Paul - 20091115

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- Politickin' with Dennis & James - 20091116

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- Speaking Freely - 20091117 - David Lynch

17:45 minutes (24.38 MB) Mono 44kHz 192Kbps (CBR)

DAVID LYNCH - David Lynch is an award-winning director, writer, and producer. His work includes Eraserhead, Elephant Man, Wild at Heart, Twin Peaks, Blue Velvet, Lost Highway, Straight Story, Mulholland Drive, and INLAND EMPIRE. His latest book Catching the Big Fish: Meditation, Consciousness, and Creativity.

Mr. Lynch is founder and chairman of the Board of Trustees of the David Lynch Foundation for Consciousness-Based Education and World Peace. http://www.davidlynchfoundation.org/

- Great Taste - 20091118 - Chef Mangal

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Mangal TamangShrimp croquette tapa

 

 

 

- Tanner & Moore - 20091119

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- Planet Erstwild - 20091120 - Elizabet Humble

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- A View From the Pew - 20091122

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- A View From the Pew - 20091122

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- Sports Talk with Zeb & Paul - 20091122

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- Politickin' with Dennis & James - 20091123

20:59 minutes (19.22 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

- Writer's Voices - 20091123 - Hope Edelman

59:55 minutes (54.86 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

Hope Edelman

The Possibility of Everything,examines how an otherwise mainstream mother finds herself making the rather unorthodox choice to take her three-year old daughter to Mayan healers in Belize. The Possibility of Everything chronicles the magical week in Central America that transformed Edelman from a person believing only in the visible and the "proven" to someone open to the idea of larger, unseen forces.

- Speaking Freely - 20091124 - Devana De La Puente Forte

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Ms. De La Puente-Forte, a graduate of Maharishi University of Management, is a humanitarian aid worker whose focus is Women's rights. Ms. De La Puente-Forte began her work in Calcutta working on an HIV & AIDS project. She also worked in Bangladesh where she founded a project to help adolescent girls who were the victims of early marriage. She then went to Honduras where she worked for the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM). Devanna has worked in Darfur with the International Rescue Committee, as the Gender Based Violence program manager.

- Lyrical Venus - 20091124 - Anne Heaton About Winterbloom

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Recording WinterbloomI'll see you as you are this Christmas
I'll see you as you are right now
~ I'll See You As You Are, Anne Heaton

Earlier this year, Anne Heaton, Antje Duvekot, Meg Hutchinson & Natalia Zukerman joined forces to record an 8 song EP of both new and traditional holiday songs called Winterbloom: Traditions Rearranged. Each artist wrote one original and put their twist on a traditional, and the other three joined in on harmonies and instruments. The girls are now touring as a group this season in support of the album, kicking off at CSPS in Cedar Rapids.

- Speaking Freely - 20091020 - Eben Lazarus

30:08 minutes (27.59 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

Eben Lazarus is a third year economics major at the University of Pennsylvania. He was recently an intern at the DC think tank, the Center for Global Development. Eben is currently in Senegal, studying the economics of the region. He will then go to Mekhe, Senegal to work with a microfinance company. Eben will be speaking to us live from Senegal.

- A View From the Pew - 20091129

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- A View From the Pew - 20091129

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- Politickin' with Dennis & James - 20091130

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- Writer's Voices - 20091130 - Davd Daniels

59:43 minutes (54.68 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

Dr. DanielsTune in at KRUUfm.com this Friday, November 27 at 1pm Central to hear Chamaigne Montana and Caroline Kilbourn interview Dr. David Daniels about his updated and re-released book, The Essential Enneagram. Dr. Daniels is a clinical professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Stanford Medical School. He is co-author of The Essential Enneagram with Virginia Price, PhD. In private practice for more than three decades, David has taught the enneagram system at Stanford University and internationally for 15 years.

- Lyrical Venus - 20091201 - Emily Dunbar

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Emily DunbarShe traded away
Fields of corn & hay
For gold lamé
~ Gold Lamé, Emily Dunbar


When I first met Emily Dunbar two years ago at Rocky Mountain Song School, I was immediately impressed with her insightful and quirky lyrics, her optimistic attitude and her generous heart. So I was overjoyed to find out a few months ago that she had finally made an album including those songs I first heard around the campfire and wanted to hear again! As it says in the album description, Catch It When You Can "... is slick enough for the big time, but homespun enough to imagine Dunbar strumming just for you from across the room."

- Great Taste - 20091202 - Holiday Cooking

60:00 minutes (54.93 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

 

PiesMore than pies will fill your airwave taste buds when the party starts at 7:00 PM Wednesday. It's the season to enjoy all kinds of treats and we're kicking it off with plenty of suggestions for how to please your family and friends throughout this seemingly endless month of eating.

- Writer's Voices - 20091204 - Patrick Ireland

59:54 minutes (54.84 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

Patrick IrelanMonica Hadley and Caroline Kilbourn will be speaking with Iowa writer Patrick Irelan about his collection of short stories entitled, Reruns. These stories will take you places you can’t ignore. Welcome to
a world of office anarchy, self-improvement fraud, and space aliens who live in silos. Observe an urban scene so ugly that it drives people into group therapy. Enroll in a correspondence course taught by a man who knows nothing about the subject matter. Sit in on a meeting of the Burning Desire Romance Writers. Apply for a job at the Ray of Hope Greeting Card Company. Join us now as we enter a cultural dreamland in which every day is just another televised rerun.

- 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.

- A View From the Pew - 20091206

48:41 minutes (44.58 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

- A View From the Pew - 20091206

48:41 minutes (44.58 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

- Sports Talk with Zeb & Paul - 20091206

31:13 minutes (28.58 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

- Lyrical Venus - 20091208 - Cheryl Branz

30:00 minutes (27.47 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

Cheryl BranzI'm sliding, gliding, skating from here
From the clouds in my life to a goal that is clear
I'm on the edge of a dream with the wind in my hair
As I skate

~ Skating, Cheryl Branz

When I first saw Cheryl Branz on stage, she had a twinkle in her eye similar to the one many people attribute to the "Jolly Old Elf". That twinkle shines through her Christmas album, The Christmas Gift. Cheryl's crystalline voice shines equally bright on all the songs from silly to sweet to serious.  The album is like the best kind of gift - some parts familiar, some parts surprising, all parts delightful.

- Tanner & Moore - 20091210

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John Collins talks with James and Stuart about Copenhagen

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Caryn Mirriam-GoldbergThe Sky Begins at Your Feet is an unforgettable cancer memoir by veteran writer and poet Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg. Chamaigne Montana and Caroline Kilbourn will be hosting Writers' Voices this Friday, December 11, at 1pm Central Time. Tune in at KRUUfm.com.

Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg is the 2009-2011 Poet Laureate of Kansas, and a long-time transformative language artist. As a poet, fiction and non-fiction writer, teacher, mentor, and facilitator, she explores and celebrates how the spoken, written and sung word can help us live more meaningful and vibrant lives. Founder of Transformative Language Arts at Goddard College, where she teaches, she values social and personal transformation through the spoken, written and sung word.

- A View From the Pew - 20091213

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- A View From the Pew - 20091213

49:26 minutes (45.26 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

- Sports Talk with Zeb & Paul - 20091213

30:03 minutes (27.52 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

- Great Taste - 20091216 - Great Taste

59:33 minutes (136.32 MB) Stereo 44kHz 320Kbps (CBR)

 

Feta, olives and roasted peppersEggplant being preparedroasted tomatoesEasy to prepare finger foods are guaranteed to be a hit at your holiday party. Tune in as we prepare a bevy of savory dishes to brighten up the party table.

- Writer's Voices - 20091218 - Janice Taylor

59:56 minutes (54.87 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

Janice TaylorTune in to kruufm.com, Friday at 1pm Central to hear why Janice Taylor believes you can wake up New Years morning thinner than you are now! Janice is one of the country's leading health and wellness coaches, a weight-loss artist®, a motivational speaker, author, creator of the popular e-letter Our Lady of Weight Loss, the Kick in the Tush Club, and contributor to The Huffington Post, Today's Health & Wellness Magazine, intent.com and Beliefnet.com. She has been featured in The Oprah Magazine, NY Times, Good Housekeeping, Family Circle, Chicago Sun Times, LA Times, CNN.com, webMD.com, Fitness and Health magazine. She has appeared on numerous radio and television programs across the country including Discovery Health and Naomi's New Morning on the Hallmark Channel.

- A View From the Pew - 20091220

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- A View From the Pew - 20091220

45:48 minutes (41.94 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

- Sports Talk with Zeb & Paul - 20091220

29:33 minutes (27.06 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

- Politickin' with Dennis & James - 20091221

30:25 minutes (27.85 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

- Icon Art Radio - 20091227 - Lightness

28:00 minutes (29.07 MB) Stereo 44kHz 145Kbps (VBR)

- Tanner & Moore - 20091217

63:23 minutes (58.03 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

James and Stuart talk about climate change and the banks. 

- A View From the Pew - 20091227

48:39 minutes (44.54 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

- A View From the Pew - 20091227

48:39 minutes (44.54 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

- Sports Talk with Zeb & Paul - 20091227

29:46 minutes (27.26 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

- Politickin' with Dennis & James - 20091228

27:26 minutes (25.12 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

- Great Taste - 20091230 - Fondue

60:01 minutes (54.95 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

 

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Fondue is the perfect choice for a New Year's party. Our pots will be bubbling with the amazing cheese made by John and Ann Hoyt at Leelanau Cheese Company in upper Michigan. The couple make raclette, one of the two important cheeses used in a traditional fondue.

The Hoyts will walk us through the process and while we're cooking we'll hear the story of how they became artisanal cheese makers learning the trade in the Valais region of Switzerland. We'll fix two different cheese fondues, one using wine and the other beer. At the end of our GREAT TASTE hour, you'll be set to make this sumptuous and simple dish.

- 20090709 - Henryk Szadziewsk - Tanner & Moore

71:06 minutes (65.11 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

- Irving Toast, Poetry Ghost - Marvin Bell

29:28 minutes (26.98 MB) Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

- Irving Toast, Poetry Ghost - Marvin Bell, Part Two

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