Featured in Planet Erstwild is DMMC & Maximum Ames' Chris Ford of Christopher the Conquered fame, who talks about the 8th Annual Little BIG Fest in Des Moines.
Radiance Dairy Farm owner Francis Thicke talks about the challenge the nation's ethanol policy has come under from an Associated Press piece challenging the industry's assumptions and benefits.
Join James Moore as he discusses the Whole Body Singing workshop with Ci'ella
Kollander. Mrs. Kollander is a certified instructor and a gold record recording artist. Mrs. Kollander also does whole body singing and coaching, as well as teaching public speaking, singing theater, dance and sales. Get in touch with her by calling 641-472-7464.
James Moore's interviews Twangsterdamus Bill Kirchen, the Titan of the Telecaster, Wed Nov 13th at 1pm on people-powered solar KRUUfm.com. The man who went to high school with Iggy Pop and scorched the guitar on 'Hot Rod Lincoln' plays Cafe P Sat Nov 16th.
Join James Moore as he talks with Molly Haviland, Jacob Isaac and Zach Wright about Cultivating the Soil Food Web.
Molly explains the keys to enhancing plant productivity through Cultivation, Identification and Documentation of Soil Microorgranisms.
Film director Gregory "Freddy" Camalier talks about his well-received documentary telling the story of the storied recording studio known as "Muscle Shoals" in Alabama. The movie opens this Friday in Fairfield at 6:20pm in the newly refurbished Orpheum Theatre and plays through next Thursday. A must see for anyone who loves music.
It's Michael Timmins of the Cowboy Junkies [who perform Nov 1st in Iowa City at the First United Methodist Church, presented by the EnglertTheatre]. James says it's one of his favorite interviews he's ever done.
James Moore interview Wed 6:15pm | Iowa State Sen. Rob Hogg from Cedar Rapids is the author of a new book called "America's Climate Century: What Climate Change means for Americans in the 21st Century." Senator Hogg has been on a book tour in New England and on campuses across Iowa.
He will be speaking at 2 different locations on Thursday, October 24th. First event is a Potluck and Talk about Climate Change and what we can do about it, at the Green Building Supply, 118 W. Burlington St. (corner of Burlington and 2nd streets in Fairfield) from 5:45 until 7:15 pm.
Then at 7:45 the same night, the main lecture will be given at MUM in Dalby Hall in the Argiro Building. (Large Bldg on Rt. 1 Main campus gates). The title of the lecture is "Remember Hurricane Sandy- Unite for Climate Action."
Events are sponsored by The Sierra Club Leopold Group and the Sustainable Living Dept on the MUM campus.
At 4pm, we go "Inside the Headlines" for our regular weekly segment with Newsvandal JP Sottile. This week's three tiers include: open for business, economy of the suckfest--part zillion, and up with people. As always, links to all articles listed below.
James Moore talks with organizer/pianist Werner Elmker and dancer Michael Sternfeld about the inspired improvisational dance performance event, Serenity, to be held Friday October 18th at 7:30 PM at the Stephen Sondheim Center for the Performing Arts.
Join James as he talks with director Jeremy Seifert about his new documentary, GMO OMG.
The award-winning documentary, GMO OMG, is now playing at the Orpheum Theater in Fairfield, IA. This is the film that the food industry does NOT want you to see! The reviews have called it "Alarming"...."Constantly provocative"... "A revelation."
Director "Jeremy Seifert accomplishes something remarkable when he turns his camera on his family. "How does genetically modified food affect our children, the health of our planet, and our freedom of choice? Visit www.gmofilm.com for more information and screenings.
Mr. Hermansen is the director of a successful project to make the town of Samso, Denmark one of the first to be 100% powered by renewable energy. He is a Time Magazine Hero of the Planet and has received many other awards. Samso is a great case study of the economic and other benefits of implementing community scale renewable energy. The Danish Foreign Embassy is sending Mr Hermansen to the US to spread the word about Samso and to promote community engagement in a future powered by renewable energy. The Sustainable Living Department at MUM organized his visit and is hosting him in Fairfield.
Soren will discuss how he organized the community of Samso to support and participate in the project and give an update on project. Samso is a rural, conservative farming community of around 5000 that is located on an island in Denmark. The Samso project combines wind power, solar power, district heating powered by biomass (large square bales of straw), electric vehicles, locally produced biodiesel, biogas and many other technologies that could be part of Fairfield's energy mix in the future. Samso is 100% powered by these renewable sources of energy and produces a surplus energy that is sold to other communities.
"Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile, one of the country's premiere news analysts. This week our three tiers include oedipus wrecks; Congress doesn't suck--it just sucks for you; and shhhh, be vewy, vewy quiet.
All headlines reviewed are listed with links below.
LYNN HENNING | 3pm Host James Moore speaks with Goldman Environmental Prize recipient Lynn Henning about her incredible fight against the perils of factory farming. The 5th generation Michigan farmer will keynote this year's JFAN annual meeting. The interview and upcoming event Wed Oct 16th at the Sondheim Center, which KRUU is proudly cosponsoring, is not to be missed.
PAMELA GREGORY & CARLOS GARCIA, M.D. | 2:30pm Enjoy a mind- and heart-opening conversation about transformative healing dis-ease of the soul with two leading experts in the field traveling to Fairfield as part of their "Love & Forgiveness Tour." They present tools for unlocking the intrinsic healing power of nature. Free introductory meeting at Phoenix Rising Hall Friday Oct 18th at 7:45pm. Cosponsored by KRUU-FM. Workshop Saturday.
JOSH JOHNSON | 2pm Film director Josh Johnson discusses the statwide exclusive release of his movie REWIND THIS that opens tonight at The Orpheum Theatre and plays through next Thursday. Now Brooklyn-based, the filmmaker talks about his first feature, interesting career trajectory, and next project titled CANUCKSPLOITATION.
Diana Garles talks about her band Host Country's Morning Star Studio performance and more.
with Newsvandal JP Sottile, one of the country's premiere news analysts. This week our three tiers include oedipus wrecks; Congress doesn't suck--it just sucks for you; and shhhh, be vewy, vewy quiet.
All headlines reviewed are listed with links below.
Eniko & Bob Reeder talk about the Singing Cedar's Old-Time Harvest Event this Saturday 11am-3pm at their school.
Mama Lynne T takes us to Her Place and tells us about building community here in Fairfield. She'll have a booth at ArtWalk. Diana Garles talks about her band Host Country's Morning Star Studio performance Sat Oct 5. Greg Dal of the UI Center for Student Involvement & Leadership discusses profiling in Iowa. He'll be at the public library Sat Oct 5th at 2pm.
Lots of show and tell this week, local and beyond. Ed Flaherty, a member of Iowa City's Veterans for Peace, #161, talks about Sunday's commemoration of the 12th anniversary of the Afghan War
Apocalypso Tantric Boys Choir
4pm | We go "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. This week's tiers include: The First Rule Of Empire: You Do Not Talk About Empire; the economy sucks, & these are not eggs. Links to all the headlines listed below.
Richard Eidlin, national public policy director of the American Sustainable Business Council and Matthew Lindberg-Work, board member of the Iowa Sustainable Business Alliance discuss the September 28th Climate Change event that will be held at Green Building Supply at 2pm featuring local speakers like Francis Thicke and more.
Community-powered KRUU 100.1 FM presents another segment of CITY BUSINESS.
After each city council session, KRUU station manager James Moore talks with 4th Ward councilman Michael Halley, keeping you in the know about the latest haps from City Hall.
Tune in for CITY BUSINESS with Michael Halley on the second and fourth weeks TUE 12:30pm, THU 6:30pm, & the following MON 6:30am.
Michael also cohosts A REASONABLE ALTERNATIVE with Matt Mulleneaux Fridays at 8pm. Rebro Mondays at 9am.