1. Oil And Everything Don't Mix
Toxic and Tax exempt: How Tar Sands Spills From Michigan to Arkansas Cost Us All
Exxon controls skies over Arkansas oil spill
Groups seek probe into low-grade crude shipments to L.A. refineries
Fish deformities linked to oil pollution in U.S. and Alberta
Time for the World Bank to stop funding climate change: More fossil fuel funding isn't the answer
2. The Economy Doesn't Suck. It Just Sucks For You.
Mary Schapiro and Lanny Breuer Give Us the Ultimate Dog-Bites-Man Story
Charly Maucher born on the 6th of May 1947 in Hanover is one of most influential musicians in the German music scene. Emerging from the 60s beat music scene he was one of the founding members of the band Jane that became one of the most Important and successful bands in the German music scene of the 70s. Stylistic playing a melodious synthesis of symphonic hard rock that has been compared to Pink Floyd.
Charly Maucher left Jane in 1974 and formed Harlis. Harlis existed til 1977 and released two albums.
After recording a solo Album “Performance” in 1980 he worked with his former band mates Werner Nadolny and Peter Panka on the ballet production “Warlock”. Produced at the Niedersaechischen Staatstheater in their hometown of Hanover by Jon Symon and Lothar Hoefgen it turned out successfull and they toured Germany. During their work for “Warlock” Charly, Werner and Peter decidet to reform Jane. They were joined by Detlef Klammann and Charly’s long term buddy Klaus Walz on guitar. This formation existed till the early nineties and after this Jane was put on hold for almost a decade.
Live at the Hy-Vee Club Room A star-studded cast, 60-minute non-stop food happening. Emily Rose Shaw started the hour with an introduction to her upcoming weekly health and nutrition appetizer segment. She was followed by the queen of eating healthy and delicious on a food stamp budget, Linda Watson. Jan Swinton provided the latest triumphs on the local food scene. Joy Salmon introduced us to cornbread three ways. Jeffrey Smith put in perspective how Whole Foods decision to label GMO's will play out in the rest of the food industry. And, chef Vanessa Allen prepared guacamole, slaw, and salsa to go along with her blackened fish tacos. Whew! Have fun listening.
Prolific author Roxane Gay visits Iowa City April 2nd - 7th as a Writer-in-Residence for this year's Mission Creek Festival. She has two books coming out in 2014. Her fiction and essays appear in dozens of national magazines and in her previously-published book Ayiti.
She's co-editor of Pank Magazine, essays editor of The Rumpus, and she teaches writing at Eastern Illinois University. She'll appear at Prairie Lights Tuesday, April 2nd alongside author John D'Agata. On this episode of "The Studio" Roxane reads one of her stories; Joe Tiefenthaler announces Mission Creek's amazingly full literary lineup; and Sarah Dodson, Executive Editor of Make Literary Productions, reveals the backstory behind the founding of Make: A Literary Magazine. Tune in!
Station manager James Moore and AROUND TOWN host Melinda Arndt talk with New York Times' best-selling author and motivational speaker Brendon Burchard and top internet marketer Joe Polish about their visit to Fairfield and upcoming awards presentation at Dalby Hall in the Argiro Center on MUM campus Friday, March 29th.
"Bartending proved instrumental in how the magazine formed...." Sarah Dodson, Executive Director of Make Literary Productions, reveals the backstory behind the 2005 founding of Make: A Literary Magazine. She also discusses how Make, which she cofounded with writing friends, forges connections among writers and artists spread across the globe. Containing work from writers in the U.S., Mexico, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic, the latest issue, Exchange/Intercambio, features work translated from Spanish to English and others translated from English to Spanish. Join us for an fascinating glimpse into the inner workings of a literary journal and the minds of the volunteers whose devotion keeps it relevant and fresh. Sarah and other Make writers will be in Iowa City next week for the Mission Creek Festival.
James Moore speaks with Iowa City's Andre Perry, Mission Creek Festival co-founder
Miriam Katz is a New York based curator and writer. She has organized exhibitions and performances for MoMA PS1, The Kitchen, Art21, Columbia University, and Deloitte Consulting. Ms. Katz has written on the relationship between comedy and art and recently conducted a panel discussion at MoMA on Andy Kaufman's Influence on Contemporary Comedians.