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THE WEEK THAT WAS w/the Newsvandal

Americans' Satisfaction With U.S. Drops Sharply

Trump Accused Of "Apocalyptic" Fearmongering In Speech Promising "Security And Prosperity"

Police bullet that hit man lying on ground with hands up was aimed at autistic patient

US air strike in Syria kills up to 85 civilians 'mistaken for Isil fighters'

28 Pages Raise 'Scores of Troubling Questions' on US-Saudi Ties

America’s Nukes Aren’t Safe in Turkey Anymore

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THE WEEK THAT WAS w/ the Newsvandal

Why Terrorists Keep Succeeding in France

Donald Trump and Bill O'Reilly declare 'world war scenario' after Nice attack

U.S. arms sales approvals on track to reach nearly $40 billion

CEOs At Corporate Powerhouses Got Paid 276 Times The Typical American Worker’s Salary Last Year

Market Rally Juiced by Stock Buybacks

The Death of the Middle Class Is Worse Than You Think

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- Planet Erstwild - 20160713 - Dale Miller, Depot

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James Moore and Dale Miller talk about the reconstruction of Fairfield's newest musical venue and craft brewery.
The Depot Brewery, located at 500 N 4th Street.

- Writers' Voices - 20160708 - Kenny Pearl

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Kenny PearlJoin us this week on Writers' Voices as we go behindKenny Pearl the scenes of dance in 1960's-70's New York City with Kenny Pearl, who has a Fairfield connection in Ken Chawkin's family.

Straight out of college and with minimal professional dance experience, Kenny headed from Toronto to New York to follow his passion - modern dance. "The Dance Gods" tells the story of his very successful career. 

Kenny danced with the greats - including Martha Graham and Alvin Ailey, even touring Russia, before returning to Toronto to teach dance. And finally, to write his memoir!

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THE WEEK THAT WAS w/ the Newsvandal
A three-day spasm of violence grips US

A Staggering Reminder That Car Bombs Are An Epidemic In Baghdad

'I will be with you, whatever': Blair's fawning messages to George W Bush reveal how the two plotted to come up with a 'clever plan' to 'deal' with Saddam

If Hillary Had Been a Soldier in the Army, Here’s How She’d Be Treated

State Department reopens internal probe of Clinton emails

Trump Campaign Blames Anti-Semitic Tweet on “Microsoft's Shapes”

The Economics Behind the Boom in Anti-Immigration Sentiment

- Inside the Headlines - 20160701 - The Week That Was

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THE WEEK THAT WAS w/ the Newsvandal... it's a whiz-bang half-hour wrap-up of the wacky week. Join JP Sottile and James Moore on the mighty KRUU.

- Planet Erstwild - 20160623 - Cullen Thomas, Lesvos

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James Moore interviews Cullen Thomas about his recent trip to Greece to help with the refugee crisis there.

- Planet Erstwild - 20160623 - Jeffrey Smith on GMOs

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James Moore interviews founder and executive director of the Institute for Responsible tchnology and world renowned GMO expert and critic Jeffrey Smith about his new movie and much more. Here's a link to his full bio.

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Matt Wechsler and Annie Speicher are the storytellers at Hourglass Films behind Sustainable. The film is a passion project for them, combining a shared love of food with their talents as documentary filmmakers. Their past work includes the 2012 New York Emmy-nominated documentary "Different is the New Normal", which aired nationally on PBS and was narrated by Michael J. Fox. In 2013, they were nominated for a Chicago Emmy Award as producers for the television show "Grannies on Safari: The Colors of Cuba". In October of 2014, they completed the 30-minute film "I Am For Peace", a documentary that follows a group of high school students as they attempt to combat violence in Chicago. Their love of storytelling is the driving force behind what they do.

- Planet Erstwild - 20150619

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Sam Llanas (formerly of the BoDeans) is an iconic American singer, acoustic guitarist, and songwriter. Best known for his unique and distinctively soulful voice, It was Llanas’ voice that supplied the trademark vocal on Robbie Robertson’s “Somewhere Down the Crazy River.”

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