Archive of Tanner & Moore

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Film director Cullen Thomas and producer Donald Revolinski talk with Stuart Tanner and James Moore about the world premiere of their new film.

"The Vindication of Ronald Clay" will be screening at the Fairfield Arts and Convention Center on Friday, September 21st at 7:30pm. This screening is one night only. Formal dress is encouraged.

Shot on location in Fairfield, Iowa, with an all Iowa cast and crew, "The Vindication of Ronald Clay" is a smart, stylistic adventure about the interwoven fables of five patrons to a coffee shop at the center of the universe. Set in an alternate timeline where Napoleon's descendents still rule.

The Vindication of Ronald Clay is equal parts Flash Gordon, Dick Tracey, and The Princess Bride, with lots of spies, lies, machinations and fun. Proudly co-sponsored by KRUU-FM.

 

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Moore, Gluba, Tanner

Founded in 1836, Davenport is the largest of the Quad Cities. With a population of almost 100,000, it is Iowa's third largest city. In 2007, Davenport, along with neighboring Rock Island, won the City Livability Award in the small-city category from the U.S. Conference of Mayors.

The Dream Green series visits with Mayor Bill Brian Ritter of Nahant Marsh with JamesGluba at his office and takes walking tours of the new 96,000 square foot LEED-certified police department, the wastewater facility which is saving the city $800,000 to a million dollars a year by trapping its own methane gas, award-winning compost facility and even a nature preserve called Nahant Marsh, one of the last remaining urban wetlands on the Upper Mississippi River.

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James with BECON Ex. Dir. Norm OlsonThis week on Thursday, August 11th at 7pm on solar-powered www.KRUUfm.com, the "Dream Green" series visits the Biomass Energy Conversion Facility in Nevada, Iowa to speak with its executive director Norm Olson, PE. He takes co-hosts Stuart Tanner and James Moore on a walking tour of the BECON facility which serves as a bridge for bringing applied technologies from research to the marketplace. Mr. Olson has been a project manager for the Iowa Energy Center since 1992. He developed the concept and led the implementation of the Energy Center’s two research facilities: the Energy Resource Station in Ankeny, Iowa and the BECON Facility in Nevada, Iowa. Mr. Olson also coordinates the Energy Center’s biomass to chemicals and energy portfolio of projects. Prior to joining the Energy Center, Mr. Olson was the energy engineering manager at the University of Iowa. Mr. Olson is a registered professional engineer. [For Matt Helmers bio click on "Read more" below.]

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Nynke, Travis Cox & Jim at MUM Sustainable Living CenterHOME IS WHERE THE HEARTLAND IS

This week Stuart and I speak with Prof. Lonnie Gamble about a wide range of sustainability issues and take a walking tour of Maharishi University of Management's new Sustainable Living Center in our hometown of Fairfield, iowa.

We also speak with Sustainable Living Dept faculty member Travis Cox and check in with two MUM sustainability students, Minca Borg and Jim Schleppenbach.

I call Prof. Gamble Lonnie Appleseed because he seems to plant seeds of possibility in every mind he touches and everywhere he goes. Join us for a lively discussion of all things green on Thursday, August 4th at 7pm CST on solar-powered www.kruufm.com.

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PowerFilm's Tim Neugent & Frank JeffreyAiring Monday, August 1st on solar-powered KRUU-FM at 7am, Stuart and I travel to Ames to check out a solar manufacturing company named PowerFilm, Inc., for a chat with co-founder and CEO  Frank Jeffrey and president and COO Tim Neugent. This innovative company has been going since 1988, employs 100 people, recently hiring 10 new employees. They work closely with partner businesses, provide thin solar film for military applications like solar tents--even solar hats for night time reading!! Their latest venture is developing a flexible computer screen with Hewlett-Packard. We also take a walking tour of their facilities and learn abouIAMU Executive Director Bob Haug with Jamest the intricate, complex manufacturing system involved in producing thin solar film.

We also meet with Bob Haug, director of the Iowa Association of Municipal Utilities, at their LEED-certified headquarters near Ankeny. IAMU represents more than 550 municipal electric, gas, water and telecommunication utilities statewide, and maintains a marketing relationship with more than 185 associate member businesses. Organized in 1947, the Iowa Association of Municipal Utilities today is the largest organization of its kind in the country.

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"Dream Green" Dubuque Trip

Dubuque is Iowa's oldest city. But it is one of the state's brightest examples of what's possible when city planning is inspired by active citizen and business participation, and guided by visionary leadership. The day we were there, the local newspaper headlines read: "City on its way to reducing greenhouse gases by 50%." Later that day, we learned that Dubuque was receiving the Governor's 2011 Environmental Excellence Award. Learn what Dubuque is doing right with its balanced and inclusive approach from Mayor Roy Buol and sustainability coordinator Cori Burbach. Thu Jul 21 at 7pm CST; Rebro Mon Jul 25 at 7am www.kruufm.com www.greeniowa.org.

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Fred KirschenmannSolar-Powered KRUU-FM Features an Interview with 

Leopold Center’s Fred Kirschenmann and a Visit to ISU’s Hort Farm

 

Fairfield, IA, July 12, 2011—On Thursday, July 14 at 7 p.m., 100.1 KRUU-FM—the Midwest’s first solar-powered radio station—will air interviews with some of Iowa’s “greenest” agricultural advocatJames with Malcolm Robertsones. Tune in online at www.kruufm.com as show hosts Stuart Tanner and James Moore talk sustainability with Fred Kirschenmann, former Director of the Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture, and take a walking tour of the Hort Farm with Malcolm Robertson, ISU faculty member, Nick Howell, farm superintendent, and ag student Joe Jacobs.

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Sixth Installment in “Dream Green” SeriesJames w/ BioCentury Farm's director Larry Johnson in Boone, Iowa.

Features BioCentury Research Farm Director Larry Johnson

 
Fairfield, IA, July 6, 2011—On Thursday, July 7 at 7pm, KRUU-FM—the first solar-powered radio station in the Midwest—will broadcast an interview with Larry Johnson, Director of BioCentury Research Farm in Boone, Iowa, as the sixth installment in KRUU’s 20-part “Dream Green” radio series. Co-hosts Stuart Tanner and James Moore take a walking tour of the facility and discuss driving developments in biofuels. (Shows are rebroadcast Mondays at 7am, online at www.kruufm.com. Archives and transcripts available at www.greeniowa.org.)

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Iowa Power Fund board member Tom Wind featured on KRUU-FM’s ‘Dream Green’ series airing this Thursday at 7pm

Tom Wind, Nick Hildreth & James at the Jefferson community wind farm.Wind consultant and Iowa Power Fund board member Tom Wind is featured on KRUU-FM’s ‘Dream Green’ radio series Thursday, June 30th at 7pm (rebroadcast Monday, July 4 at 7am). Series’ co-hosts Stuart Tanner & James Moore speak with Wind, one of the state’s leading wind experts, at his home in Jamaica, Iowa. They also make an onsite visit to a community wind farm in nearby Jefferson and go inside one of the seven Suzlon S88 2.1 MW turbines financed by a group of local owners.
Wind was chosen for the Dream Green series, explains Tanner, to “get a clear picture of the role of wind energy in Iowa. To know how the numbers work, where the future lies. Listeners are going to really get the answers - plus a lot of jokes about Tom’s name.” Also included is an interview with Nick Hildreth, a Suzlon engineer on the Jefferson project.

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Randy Menke and James in the Health Center aisle at Fairfield Hy-Vee store

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Join co-hosts Stuart Tanner & James Moore Thursday, June 24th on KRUU-FM at 7pm (rebroadcast on Mon at 7am), as they visit their hometown, Hy-Vee store. This new 64,000-square-foot building in Fairfield is the company’s second store built in accordance with LEED® standards. LEED®, which stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is the nationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction and operation of high-performance “green” buildings. Hy-Vee intends to seek LEED® certification for the new Fairfield store. The new store also created an additional 125 jobs and an investment of more than $13 million to the Fairfield economy.

Guests include: Randy Menke, Director of Hy-Vee Fairfield store, Mike Smith, Director of real estate and sustainability, Jon Skanlan, Director of refrigeration & energy management, Jeff Markey, Assistant Vice President of engineering and construction and Daniel Willrich, Assistant Director of store architecture.

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dreamgreen Highlighting a greener tomorrow for Iowa... today.One of two teams competing from Turkey

Join co-hosts Stuart Tanner & James Moore Thur, June 16th at 7pm (rebro Mon at 7am), as they journey across the state in a 20-part radio series, each week highlighting Iowa's innovators, cutting edge projects, and communities leading the way in the field of sustainability and energy efficiency.

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James with Pat Higby at UNI in Cedar Falls

 Join co-hosts Stuart Tanner & James Moore Thur, June 9th at 7pm (rebroadcast Mon at 7am), as they journey across the state in a 20-part radio series, each week highlighting Iowa's innovators, cutting edge projects, and communities leading the way in the field of sustainability and energy efficiency.

This week the focus is on the Center for Energy & Environmental Education at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls with energy educator Pat Higby and the Iowa Energy Center with executive director Kevin Nordmeyer, the architect for the CEEE, Iowa’s first modern sustainable building built in 1992. Higby has served on the boards of the Iowa Renewable Energy Association and Iowa Power Fund.

Follow the journey at www.greeniowa.org. Simple as that.

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Monica Stone & James Moore

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Lynnae Hentzen & Stuart TannerKickoff show of the 20-part Dream Green Series on solar-powered KRUU-FM, Fairfield, Iowa's grassroots community radio station. Co-hosts Stuart Tanner & James Moore travel the state to explore green initiatives, innovators, educators, cutting edge projects and communities who are leading the way toward a more sustainable, energy efficient future. Follow the journey at greeniowa.org. Funded in part by a community grant from the Iowa Power Fund.

Featured interviews this week include Des Moines Mayor Frank Cownie, an advocate for green initiatives here and abroad, Lynnae Hentzen, a founder of the Iowa Center on Sustainable Communities, and Monica Stone of the Iowa Office of Energy Independence.

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- Tanner & Moore - 20110408 - Nina Paley

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Including brief interview with controversial cartoonist, animator and free culture activist Nina Paley.

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- Tanner & Moore - 20110224 - Amine Kuidere - Algeria

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Join co-hosts Stuart Tanner & James Moore for a special edition of Tanner & Moore focusing on the unfolding events in Libya with two Libyan exiles. 

Asma Yousef, a political activist who grew up in Bhengazi the second largest city in Libya, and Hafed Al Ghwell, a Washington DC-based Libya and Middle East analyst, will discuss the situation there.

According to The Independent, around 20 demonstrators were reported to have been killed in Libya in clashes with security forces on a "day of rage" across the country.

According to an opposition website, Libya Al-Youm, four of the deaths took place in the eastern city of Al Bayda when snipers from the paramilitary internal security force picked off ringleaders at a rally. The website also claimed that six more were shot down in the country's second-largest city, Benghazi, which had seen days of increasingly violent protests. Yesterday's confrontation took place after a large crowd surged towards the State Security building following the funeral of two others killed a day earlier.

- Tanner & Moore - 20110203 - Karim in Cairo

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Stuart and James talk with Karim, a citizen of Cairo, who bears eye witness testimony to the historic events taking place in real time in Egypt. This upswelling of a leaderless people's movement has swept the country, been fraught with ups and downs, devolved into violence when pro-Mubarak elements attacked peaceful protesters a few days back, and is challenging existing countries across the Middle East.

- Tanner & Moore - 20110203 J.P. Sottile

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Writer/producer/historian/journalist JP Sotille kicks things off at 2:05pm with a conversation about the Pharamceutical Industry's marketing strategies, the Credit Industry's marketing strategies, and his new film HEIST, due out this summer. Joining the discussion is Stuart Tanner.

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