At 2pm, James Moore has a wide-ranging discussion with Callie Maidhof, Ph.D candidate in anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley. She has recently returned to the United States following a year and a half of fieldwork in Israel-Palestine.
During the course of her research, she spent ten months living on a Jewish-Israeli settlement near Qalqilia in Palestine's northern West Bank. She also spent time in Ramallah and is currently writing her dissertation on secularism and the state of Israel's settlements. She is from Kansas City.
Here's a recent interview: http://www.tabletmag.com/tag/callie-maidhof/feed.
Great show planned today. Don't miss it!
1. Journalism and Journalisn't: Gaza Edition
Foreign Correspondents in Israel Complain of Intimidation
Framing Israel For The War
In Gaza-Israel Coverage, New York Times Purveys Pro-War Propaganda, on Page One
Censorship vs. Accountability in Journalism
INSIDE THE HEADLINES
with Newsvandal JP Sottile and James Moore.
Tune in and catch up on the week's top news stories. This week's three tiers include 'the wetter the water, the colder the hotter & otter facts for fun & profit; the world is flat but not for bankers; robots are us--or are they?
We aggregate, you decide.
Follow all the links below. Just click "Read more."
Johnny Winter, Jimmy Thackery & the Drivers, and Kenny Brown
We honor Johnny Winter, who passed away this week at the age of 70 in Zurich, Switzerland, with a mix of his Texas blues and beyond from across his storied career. Our heartfelt condolences to Johnny's family, friends and fans.
Also, featured are brand new albums by Jimmy Thackery & the Drivers with WIDE OPEN and Kenny Brown with his release GOIN' BACK TO MISSISSIPPI. Enjoy, blues lovers!!
Tommy Ramone, aka Thomas Erdelyi, the last surviving member of the original Ramones died at his home in Ridgewood, Queens. He was 62 (several sources say 65) and had been in hospice care following treatment for cancer of the bile duct. Claudia Tienan, his partner of 40 years, asked Andy Schwartz, former editor of NY Rocker (among many other things) to make the announcement of his passing.
Tommy and guitarist John Cummings (Johnny Ramone) first got together in a high school garage band called the Tangerine Puppets. When the Ramones formed, he was supposed to be their manager, but ended up becoming the drummer from 1974 to 1978 and producing several of their albums. Tommy was always considered the most “normal” Ramone. --Dangerous Minds
PLANET ERSTWILD features two quintessentially American performers Dick Dale and Gillian Welch (with Dave Rawlings).
The legendary Dick Dale talks with KRUU-FM's legendary Scott Puffer. More magic from KRUU's archive vault. [This special interview has been downloaded over 16,000 times!!]
Plus a musical tribute to Gillian Welch who performed this week in Iowa at the Hoyt Wilhem in Des Moines and the Englert in Iowa City. And what shows they were! Gillian and musical compadre Dave Rawlings really lit things up.
UP IN SMOKE
It's time for everyone's favorite weekly news roundup "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal extraordinaire JP Sottile & James Moore.
This week's three tiers include Israel's words of war and much more; dollars for fun & profit; and they know not whateth they doeth.
Links to all stories discussed, as always, accessible by clicking "Read more" below.
We throw around a lot of the same jargon each Wednesday evening on Great Taste. There's constant references to "kitchen empowerment"-as we urge the listeners to use their cooktops to fix fresh food. We banter back and forth about CSA's, GMO's, organic, traceability, bio-dynamic, locavores, globavores, Slow Food, polyphenols, and a host of other food-savvy terms and topics. What it comes down to is espousing a philosophy of healthy cooking and eating centered around using fresh, local foods.
2:05pm | A wide-ranging discussion with Madison, Wisconsin-based Steve Horn, who is a Research Fellow for DeSmogBlog. Formerly with the Center for Media and Democracy, Steve interned in Washington, DC with then U.S. Sen. Russ Feingold (D-WI), and at the Rotary International world headquarters in Evanston, Illinois. He is also a competitive runner, with a personal best time of 2:43:04 in the 2009 Boston Marathon.
Steve graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a major in political science and legal studies. His writing has appeared in The Guardian, The Huffington Post, The Nation, AlterNet, PR Watch, Truth-Out, FireDogLake's “The Dissenter,” Common Dreams, Mondoweiss, Wisconsin Watch, Nation of Change, and WhoWhatWhy.com.
3:12pm | Laura Cohen, local Lord's Cupboard coordinator, talks about Thanksgiving in July as well as Habitat for Humanity's new home offer, their 11th construction, that qualified folks may apply for through July 15th.
3:25pm | Salt Lake City police pursue a missing child lead and shoot a dog dead in someone's fenced-in backyard. Dog's owner confronts cops.
3:35pm | James speaks with Nick Leo of Des Moines-base indie-pop group In Rooms, who will be performing their Brazillian-flavored easy breezy repertoire with Nick's wife Heather and 5-piece band 9pm at the Arbor Bar on Friday, July 11th.
Airs Thur 7pm | Fri 11pm | Sat 11am
I had the great honour of knowing and working with the musician, Paul Horn, a true visionary and absolutely stellar human being. The world's wattage just dimmed big time. Paul, you are a real angel now. Sending you transcendent love, forever. Jai Guru Dev... --Leigh Badgley
For a link to Dennis Raimondi's interview with Paul and Ann from 2011, click here.