On today's show I'll be playing my favorite rock albums from 2015. We've got some alternative and indie rock with Modest Mouse, Wilco and Mac DeMarco. Some blues-rock with The Dead Weather and Class Action. And some post-rock with Waking Aida and Barret Baumgart and John Morgan. Stream it live February 2nd, 5pm-6pm CST right here on KRUU radio.
SABHITA SAWHNEY FEATURED
at Green Bulding Supply
If you missed our "DOSA" show at Green Building Supply on Tuesday, you can listen to the broadcast on Wednesday at 7:00 pm and again on Friday at 7:00 am.
Chef Sabita Sawhney was my special guest chef. She made amazing dosas, sambar, and coconut chutney, plus plain and potato paratha. Make certain to have a pen or pencil nearby when you listen. Sabita does not cook with recipes, but I tried to coax as much information out of her as possible.
Gov Martin O'Malley airs Monday
Martin Joseph O'Malley, the 61st Governor of Maryland, served from 2007 to 2015. Prior to being elected as governor, he served as the Mayor of Baltimore from 1999 to 2007 and was a Baltimore City Councilor from 1991 to 1999. He is running in the Democratic race for president.
HILLARY CLINTON airs Monday
People-powered solar KRUU 100.1 FM is pleased to announce a short phone interview with Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, former Secretary of State, on Saturday, January 30th at 11:05am.
Speaking Freely host Dennis Raimondi will check in with Secretary Clinton as the Iowa caucuses loom on the immediate horizon.
Former president Bill Clinton was in Fairfield Friday at the Fairfield Arts & Convention Center.
Tune in at kruufm.com.
Man, It's a Jam-packed PLANET ERSTWILD
VEDA's new music releases "Montego" and "Aurora".
2:20pm: We'll air Mike Ragogna's interview with Paul Kantner, in honor of the passing of the founder of Jefferson Airplane and Jefferson Starship.
2:45pm: It's Paul Krishnamurthy of politicalgambler.com, a professional gambler who plays the odds. The Manchester, England native is an interesting person with a fascinating story, whose predictions have been on the money, so to speak.
3pm: Jonathan Freeman, who's working on his doctorate in London and with the Pentagon as part of the reserves, talks with Dennis Raimondi about his life and political perspectives.
3:30pm: Dennis speaks with Ben Terris, national political writer for the Washington Post. His piece titled "The transcendental meditationists who turned an Iowa farm town into a Bernie base" appeared in today's Washington Post.
THE WEEK THAT WAS
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U.S. Plans to Replenish Saudi Missiles Used in Air Strikes on Yemen that U.N. Says May Constitute Crimes against Humanity
>>>Round-Up At The We're Not OK Corral
Oregon arrests reveal promise, and pitfalls, of FBI's handling of extremists (+video)
Brett Blumenthal is a bestselling author of books on wellness.
Her newest book, "52 Small Changes for the Mind" comes from one of our favorite publishers, Chronicle Books.
It focuses on mental well-being, which Brett sees as the basis for overall health.
Tune in to Writers' Voices this week to hear all about Brett's journey from fitness instructor to author. For more on this book, check out writersvoices.com.
On tonight's edition of After Hours I'll be playing my favorite funk and soul released last year. Stream it live January 30th, 10pm-12am CST right here on KRUU radio.