James Moore interviews local chiropracter Dr. Deborah Peters DC, PC and visiting Blair Upper Cervical specialist, Dr. Todd A Hubbard, BS, DC, CCSP, MS, the 2002 and 2009 "Chiropractor of the Year".
James Moore interviews local Occupy Wall Street Fairfield organizer Robbie Fox as well as Ryan Olson who just returned from 3 days in the Big Apple. Fairfield is holding its first Occupy Wall Street event Saturday, October 8th at Howard Park noon to 7pm, says Robbie. The peaceful assembly will include speakers, music, educational information, poster and art creation and more.
James Moore interviews MAD Magazine's Joe Raiola, who is performing next Friday, September 23rd at the Englert Theater in Iowa City. In the outspoken and irreverent tradition of George Carlin, Riola's one man show, American Heretic, is provocative comic theater.
Joe Raiola has performed in over 40 states at theaters, clubs and colleges. He remains Senior Editor at MAD Magazine, where he has been one of the creative innovators behind the magazine's unprecedented longevity and success since 1984. The New York native is founder of the Theatre Within and an annual John Lennon tribute show which held its 30th consecutive concert last year, raising over $75,000 for charity.
Chaden Halfill talks with James about a 2-day building rehab workshop he and Bill McAnally will be offering May 31 & June 1 at FACC sponosred by COSC. Bill McAnally will also lead the workshop. Here's his interview with James a few months back.
Internationally known author, humorist, and practical philosopher Steve Bhaerman (Swami Beyondananda), talks with James Moore about his upcoming visit to Fairfield. Also joining the discussion is Teresa Mullan Frease, organizer of the First Annual Southeast Iowa Longevity Symposium at FACC on Saturday, May 14th.
Bhaerman will give an inspiring keynote presentation based on the book Deepak Chopra has called "world-changing": Spontaneous Evolution: Our Positive Future and a Way to Get There from Here, co-authored with noted cellular biologist Bruce Lipton. He will also present a comedy evening at Morning Star Studio Friday, May 13th. He'll be at the Liberal Catholic Church on Sunday, May 15th and later offer a comedy workshop.
Corey Hickenbottom goes on a wing and a prayer trek to Scott Timm's house to discuss raising chickens in the city limits with Scott's son, Grant. A workshop will be held at the Fairfield Public Library on Sunday, April 10th at noon, with a self-directed tour to follow from 1pm-3pm, all part of Fairfield's Go Green Backyard Conservation Series.
Martha Creek is and orgained Unity Minister, peace worker and coach. She is trained as a facililtator throug the Byron Katie International School for The Work. Martha has lead numerous workshops around the country. She owns The Work and lives from a place of freedom and compassion.
James Moore discusses all things Red Rock, upcoming events and more, with Jerry and Misty.
Curt Hanson is a Democratic member of the Iowa House of Representatives, representing the 90th District. He was elected in a special election on September 1, 2009 to replace John Whitaker.
Sheriff Richard Mack, author, national speaker & former sheriff of Graham County, Arizona and long-time crusader for freedom and individual rights, speaks with James Moore and Clyde Cleveland, author of Common Sense Revisited.
Mack is coming to Fairfield to speak Sunday, March 27th at 1pm at an event called "Dismantling Corporatocracy" at the Sondheim Center. Cleveland is hosting the event.
Also, speaking will be Barbara Loe Fisher, co-founder and president of the National Vaccination Information Center.
Web broadcaster, author, Talk for Food host & producer Adam Abraham of Phoenix talks about his stopover in Fairfield and his work in the areas of spiritual integration and body/mind nourishment with PLANET ERSTWILD host and KRUU executive director James Moore.
Find out more at webtalkradio.net or talkforfood.com.
James talks with education director Megan Buckingham of Seed Savers Exchange, an amazing organization, offering a free gathering tonight at 7pm at the Jefferson County County Ag Grounds Extension office, as part of the 2011 Backyard Conservation Series.
James Moore interviews artist Molly Moser talks about her one-day painting exhibition at the American Gothic House in Eldon on Saturday, March 19th from 1pm-5pm.
Iowa Representative Curt Hanson keeps us up to date with the goings on at the state capitol in Des Moines and the many bills in various stages of legislation.
At 2:15pm, Corey Hickenbottom interviews Sean Johnson about their beekeeping workshops being offered Saturday in Fairfield as part of the Backyard Conservation Series.
Host James Moore speaks with Sustainability Coordinator Scott Timm about this spring's Backyard Conservation Series, workshops & action steps galore.