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- Inside the Headlines - 20140131 - James Moore and JP Sottile

58:06 minutes (79.78 MB) Stereo 44kHz 192Kbps (CBR)

Grab a dose of your favorite local week-in-review headlines show with co-hosts Newsvandal JP Sottile and James Moore.

This week's tiers include:

Stick This In Your End Zone, War and Pieces, and The Other Terrorism

For a complete listing of all headlines referenced, click "Read more" below.

- The Skinny - 20140130 - Ani Phyo

60:17 minutes (55.19 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

 

ANI PHYO is the world’s leading author on detox, raw food, wellness, and fitness, and has written six best-selling books, including “Ani’s Raw Food Detox” (Jan 2014), “Ani’s Raw Food Essentials”, and “Ani’s Raw Food Kitchen,” awarded “Best Vegetarian Cookbook USA 2007″ by Gourmand International.

On this episode she goes into her ANI's 15 DAY FAT BLAST and what goes into her Mastery Raw Food and Detox Certification Courses which help people learn how to make delicious, healthy food at home and/or for business while providing guidance to students who wish to start their own small business in the wellness and natural food categories.

Feb 22+23rd, 2014: Level 1 Raw Food for Home Chef Certification in Santa Monica, CA.

- Writer's Voice - 20140131 - Laurie Halse Anderson

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

Laurie Halse AndersonThis week's guest on Writers' Voices is one of the most influential writers for young adults today. Laurie Halse Anderson's first young adult novel, "Speak" is the story of a young vicitm of sexual assault and is used in classrooms across the nation. Never one to avoid the tough subjects, her most recent book, "The Impossible Knife of Memory" is inspired by Anderson's own childhood, growing up with a father suffering from war-induced PTSD.  Already it is allowing teens who are living with this issue an opportunity for understanding and healing.

In speaking with Writers' Voices, Anderson tells about her journey from her early career as a journalist, why she began writing children's books, and her successful transition to young adult fiction. In addition to contemporary novels, she also has published a number of historical novels for young adults including the "Seeds of America" trilogy. The first book of that series, "Chains" takes the unusual perspective of a run-away slave during the American Revolution, and shines light on the little-known truth that at the time of the Declaration of Independence, even the Northern states were slave states. 

Join us this week on Writers' Voices for this fascinating conversation on writing for young adults.

- KRUU Programming - 20140130 - Monserrat Iñiguez

13:11 minutes (24.16 MB) Stereo 44kHz 256Kbps (CBR)

KRUU's Anna Brett speaks with Monserrat Iñiguez, of the The Village Urban Collective and The Soapbox Speakeasy. The Soapbox Speakeasy is a monthly spoken word event held the Saturday following ArtWalk at the Urban Village Collective.

The Soapbox Speakeasy is headlined by a different language artist each month- the headliner selects the theme, which sets the writing challenge, and the ensuing lineup is filled by poets who craft work to speak on the topic.

Headliners will have their printed work available for purchase at the event. The goal of the event is to inspire people to write- including audience members. It promotes a community of writers who gather to teach, write, share, rehearse, play and support each other, as well as develop material for performance and publishing. The Soapbox Speakeasy is presented by The Urban Village Collective, a space for craftspeople, artisans, and independent business owners to create, develop, and sell their products in a friendly cooperative setting. The UVC also functions as start-up support for new small businesses.

- Great Taste - 20140129 - Lolis Eric Elie and Joanne Chang

61:18 minutes (84.19 MB) Stereo 44kHz 192Kbps (CBR)

Many people have the mistaken idea that traveling for work to different places is a blast.  It can be, but working trade shows is usually more exhausting than exhilarating.  After almost three weeks on the road and three trade shows, I am thrilled to be home for a few weeks before leaving for two more trade shows in February.

The good news is I did enjoy some terrific meals-good food and great company are perfect for recharging my system after 8-10 hours of standing and talking.  More details perhaps next week, but the standout spots included Tartine, the bakery where Heli Claire Witherspoon works in San Francisco, a surprising meal at The Barrymore in Las Vegas, Nielsens Frozen Custard’s Vegas branch (not Ted Drewes, a St. Louis landmark, but very good), and two other favorite places in Vegas-Otto at The Venetian, and Chada Thai in a nondescript strip mall on the outskirts of Vegas’ Chinatown (not what you might expect-just one strip mall after another filled with restaurants and foot massage parlors).

Lolis Eric ElieOn the show this week I talk with two engaging authors about two terrific new books.  First up is Treme:  Stories and Recipes from the Heart of New Orleans by Lolis Eric Elie.  This book was inspired by the HBO series Treme, that concluded its four-year run in December 2013.  The book is a tribute to the culinary spirit and heritage of New Orleans, and Lolis is an amazing ambassador for the city.

 

 

Joanne ChangFlour, Too:  Indispensable Recipes for the Cafe’s Most Loved Sweets & Savories is a gift from Joanne Chang.  Mouthwatering may be a commonly used word to describe recipes, but I can’t think of a better way to characterize the amazing variety of cakes, soups, sandwiches, and other goodies that Joanne has included in this follow-up to her first cookbook-Flour.  She was so much fun to talk with, and shed some interesting light on both her cultural background and her chosen profession.

Don't miss GREAT TASTE this week on KRUU at 7:00 pm CT Wednesday and 7:00 am CT on Friday.

 

- KRUU Programming - 20140129 - Orpheum Theater Weekly with Kristian Day

13:39 minutes (12.5 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

James Moore talks weekly Orpheum Theater action with Modern American Cinema's Kristian Day, Fairfield's filmic renaissance man and Orpheum impressario. This week it's It's the Cohen brothers new film "Inside Llewyn Davis". Aw yeah, hometown movie deluxe.

- Around Town - 20140129 - Around Town

29:57 minutes (41.13 MB) Stereo 44kHz 192Kbps (CBR)

Enjoy scintillating converstaion with host Melinda Arndt.

Interviews and announcements regarding cultural and civic events happening in and around Fairfield with regular monthly visits from Mayor Ed Malloy, Fairfield Convention and Visitors Bureau Director Rustin Lippincott and First Fridays ArtWalk DIrector Dania De Bortoli.

If you have events to be announced, please email KRUU-FM at events@kruufm.com.

- Fringe Toast - 20140125 - Ian Lubar

21:36 minutes (39.56 MB) Stereo 44kHz 256Kbps (CBR)

The program spotlight shine brightly on Ian Lubar lead songwriter with Mt. Thelonious, an eclectic American band from St. Louis that will play at Cafe Paradiso in Fairfield on Friday, Jan. 31. DJ Andy Bargerstock interviews Ian about the band'screative processes and shares three tracks from their new self-titled CD.

 

- Speaking Freely - 20140128 - Steven White

28:24 minutes (39 MB) Stereo 44kHz 192Kbps (CBR)

Steven White is an actor, director, and producer. He will be discussing his upcoming production of Ravenscroft, a delightful, funny, intricate, grown up "who done it." The play opens this coming Friday, January 31 7:30 pm and Sunday Feb 2 at The Sondheim Center and then two more weekends at Spayde Theater, MUM.

 

 

 

- The Studio - 20140125 - Katherine L. House

58:51 minutes (53.88 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

Katherine L. HouseWhich U.S. president's son peppered Andrew Jackson's portrait with spitballs? Which president's daughter splashed Easter Egg dye on White House kitchen walls? Vivid anecdotes and 21 fun yet educational activities make Iowa City author Katherine L. House's new book a great read for kids and adults. Slated for release by Chicago Review Press in February, The White House for Kids: A History of a Home, Office, and National Symbol reflects its author's enthusiasm for history. Katherine was born in Washington, D.C., and raised in Arlington, Virginia. She's written about U.S. and Iowa history for children's magazines and she's also contributed work to The New York Times, The Washtingon Post, and other publications. Katherine loves lighthouses, too. She's visited over 100 in the U.S. and Canada. Her first book was Lighthouses for Kids.

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