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Inside the Headlines w/ Newsvandal JP Sottile & James Moore

No, not THAT Bush & Clinton!!THE WEEK THAT WAS

>>Blackwater Runs Deep
Blackwater’s Legacy, Beyond Public View

>>Peddling The Dynastic Cycle
Jeb Bush’s Administration Steered Florida Pension Money to W’s Fundraisers
Hillary Clinton’s Wall Street backers: We get it

>>Oil And The Future Don't Mix
Saudi Arabia’s Plan to Extend the Age of Oil
This striking chart shows why solar power will take over the world

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Inside the Headlines w/ Newsvandal JP Sottile & James Moore

Officer Slager following executionTHE WEEK THAT WAS
>>Bad Cop/Worse Cop / Broken Taillight Policing Slate.com

>>9/11 Changed Almost Everything
U.S. secretly tracked billions of calls for decades
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2015/04/07/dea-bulk-telephone-surveillance-operation/70808616/Tom Cotton, War Mongerer

>>The Past Is Prologue / Six Things You Didn’t Know the U.S. and Its Allies Did to Iran
What Tom Cotton’s warmongering reveals: It’s still Dick Cheney’s GOP

Field Work: A Family Farm, a documentary by award-winning filmmaker John Helde, makes its Iowa broadcast debut Sunday, April 12 at 1 p.m. on Iowa Public Television.

A quietly powerful journey to the heartland of America, Field Work: A Family Farm tells the story of the Swansons, Iowa family farmers who struggle to stay small in an era of mega-farms. In the last 60 years, technology and economics have reshaped America’s agricultural landscape; the quest for ever-higher yields and the flight of the younger generation has resulted in bigger and bigger farms. Shooting entirely in central Iowa, director John Helde spent several years tracking the Swanson family through the economic roller-coaster of the recession years.

James Moore talks with the award-winning director about his film. The music for the soundtrack was created by Fairfield's own Dennis James and Lauryn Shapter, who also speaks with James plus debuts her and her husand Dennis James new song "A Patch of Land."

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Inside the Headlines w/ Newsvandal JP Sottile & James Moore

THE WEEK THAT WASIranians read about historic nuclear agreement
>>It's a Big Deal!
Parameters for a Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action Regarding the Islamic Republic of Iran's Nuclear Program
>>Iraq-alypse Then ... and Now
Body Count: Casualty Figures after 10 Years of the “War on Terror”

>>Anthropocene of the Crime
The Anthropocene Myth

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John Renbourne, best known for his work with Pentangle, has passed away at the age of 70.
John Renbourne

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Inside the Headlines w/ Newsvandal JP Sottile & James Moore

>>Middle Yeast
Iran-backed rebels in Yemen loot secret files about US spy ops
>>The Economy Doesn't Suck. It Just Sucks for You.
U.S. Home Prices Are Surging 13 Times Faster Than Wages

>>The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight
New DOJ report shows Philly cops are hella confused about when it’s OK to shoot people

>>Teddy Bare
Ted Cruz: I stopped liking rock music after 9/11

First up, Gene Luedtke, president of Fairfield's Carnegie Historical Museum board, talks with James about Fairfield's colorful, cultural history, impressive museum, and the 1915 "Fairfield Chatauqua" gathering, billed as 'Iowa's Most Successful Summer Assembly.' An exhibit by the Museum and other historical sights like the Maasdam Barns will be a featured dpart of FAIRfest '15.

Showcase of the line up announcement from this week's FAIRfest '15 press conference--and it's one sweet doozy that has musicians and music lovers across the country talking about, with acts like Cyril Neville & Royal Southern Brotherhood, Greg Brown, Elephant Revival and much more.

Cyril NevilleGrammy winner Cyril Neville, Greg Brown, Elephant Revival, BoDeans' Sam Llanas, Pieta Brown, The Pines, Ian Moore, Shook Twins, Muddy Ruckus, Giving Tree, Gipsy Moon, Chad Elliott perform at free 3-day festival June 19-21

An eclectic mix of over 35 national, regional and local bands will be presented this year at FAIRfest '15, three days of free music in and around the Fairfield Arts and Convention Center, June 19-21.

With a musical arc that extends from bluegrass to new grass to singer/songwriter to rock, blues, folk and more, and a strong mix of established artists and rising stars, old favorites and new, this signature Fairfield event, as the mayor has called it, Elephant Revivalpromises to be another stellar year. Full roster will be posted soon at fairfestiowa.com.

This is the third year of the grassroots-organized festival spearheaded by Fairfield's solar-powered comGreg Brownmunity radio station, funded by community donors and staffed by community volunteers. The weekend also includes food, sustainability, and literature workshops, a beverage garden, food and exhibit vendors, a children's corner and more. Last year's attendance came in around 15,000 with over $250,000 generated, according to a local net economic impact survey.

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