Archive of Planet Erstwild

- Planet Erstwild - 20130430 - Dr. Jonathan Yavelow

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James Moore interviews Dr. Jonathan Yavelow about his upcoming talk at MUM's Dalby Hall Sunday, May 5th at 7:30pm and his set-to-be-released book "Stargazing to Sustainability."

- Planet Erstwild - 20130430 - Michael Perry

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It's my new favorite writer, New York TImes best-selling author Michael Perry, who'll be at the Fairfield Public Library 3pm on Sunday, May 12th. You definitely want to spend some time with this guy. Funny and humble as hell, the amateur pig farmer's latest book VISITING TOM is a gem. He told me his writing was inspired by Greg Brown & Steve Earle. And wait till you hear his band The Long Beds. Perry’s bestselling memoirs include Population 485, Truck: A Love Story, and Coop. The Wisconsin farm boy writes regularly for Men's Health,and has contributed to Esquire, Runner's World, New York Times Magazine and Salon.com. His website is sneezingcow.com.

- Planet Erstwild - 20130426 - Inside the Headlines

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We go "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile.

- Planet Erstwild - 20130426- Green Building Supply

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Joel Hirshberg

 

 

The HIrshberg family, Joel, Joy & Aaron, talk about their grand opening for May Art Walk at Green Building Supply on the corner of 2nd Street and Burlington in Fairfield, Iowa.

 

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At 4pm we go "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. Special segment on Boston bombing and its potential geopolitical ramifications. Links to headlines listed below.

- Planet Erstwild - 20130419-threefifty-w-live-music

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Three Fifty duo with live music

- Planet Erstwild - 20130412-Inside the Headlines

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Inside the Headlines-w-snippets

- Planet Erstwild - 20130410 - Dr. Elaine Ingham

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Clcik on pic for full bioFree showing of Extraordinary Film Thursday at 7:30pm at Dalby Hall on MUM Campus | Hosted by Dr. Elaine Ingham

Dr. Elaine Ingham travels the world with a simple, yet profound message: Nature knows best and is capable of not only being more cost effective across the board and less harmful than our current chemically-laden and enviromentally dangerous way of growing food, but also, given a chance, can repair the vast damage that has been inflicted upon our self-depleted soils. And it's all about enlivening the organic biology, as compared to applying inorganic chemicals.

It sounds too simple, doesn't it? It is that simple, insists Dr. Ingham, chief scientist at the Rodale Institute, and career biology ecologist but it flies in the face of agribusiness corporations like Monsanto, Dupont and other businesses who fuel and fund the chemical addictions that have been destroying the life of the soil for decades.

Drawing from ancient knowledge and cutting edge science, Symphony of the Soil is an artistic exploration of the miraculous substance soil.

- Planet Erstwild - 20130326 - John Newton

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James Moore talks with John Newton about his work and upcoming return visit to Fairfield and Iowa City April 11th through the 16th. He's offering group intensives in Fairfield Thu April 11th & Fri April 12th at 7:30pm at 300 W. Lowe. For more info, the phone number is 641 919-9022.

In his twenties, John Newton had an awakening that left him in a free-fall of consciousness. Soon after, he was able to enter the gap between thoughts at will and for extended periods. In this state John helps affect well-being by removing the negative content and burdens from our life and lineage. John also assists people in waking up to their true and eternal nature: Consciousness itself. In the last 26+ years, his thousands of clients include scientists, doctors, therapists, clergy, law enforcement, veterans,  and a myriad of entertainment professionals.

- Planet Erstwild - 20130405 - Inside the Headlines

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1. Oil And Everything Don't Mix
Toxic and Tax exempt: How Tar Sands Spills From Michigan to Arkansas Cost Us All
http://www.earthisland.org/journal/index.php/elist/eListRead/how_tar_sands_spills_from_michigan_to_arkansas_cost_us_all/

Exxon controls skies over Arkansas oil spill
http://www.salon.com/2013/04/04/exxon_controls_skies_over_arkansas_oil_spill/
 
Groups seek probe into low-grade crude shipments to L.A. refineries
http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-0403-dirty-oil-20130403,0,7952694.story
 
Fish deformities linked to oil pollution in U.S. and Alberta
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/story/2013/04/03/pol-schindler-letter-to-ministers-sees-pollution-effect-similarities.html
 
Time for the World Bank to stop funding climate change: More fossil fuel funding isn't the answer
http://switchboard.nrdc.org/blogs/jschmidt/time_for_the_world_bank_to_sto.html
 

2. The Economy Doesn't Suck. It Just Sucks For You.
Mary Schapiro and Lanny Breuer Give Us the Ultimate Dog-Bites-Man Story

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Station manager James Moore and AROUND TOWN host Melinda Arndt talk with New York Times' best-selling author and motivational speaker Brendon Burchard and top internet marketer Joe Polish about their visit to Fairfield and upcoming awards presentation at Dalby Hall in the Argiro Center on MUM campus Friday, March 29th.

- Planet Erstwild - 20130326-Andre Perry

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James Moore speaks with Iowa City's Andre Perry, Mission Creek Festival co-founder

- Planet Erstwild - 20130325-Tim Hawthorne

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Tim Hawthorne, of Hawthorne Direct talks about his company and the great work he's doing with First Fridays ArtWalk

- Planet Erstwild - 20130322 - Ketan Shah of Super 8

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Solar-powered KRUU-FM station manager James Moore and AROUND TOWN host Melinda Arndt interview Fairfield Super 8's Ketan Shah about the million dollar renovations to the motel and enjoy a walking tour of the facilities.

- Planet Erstwild - 20130322 - Inside the Headlines

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Our regular 4pm segment "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile.

Click "Read more" below for headline links and this week's three tiers: a colonel of truth? Big data, bigger brother and pet peeves.

- Planet Erstwild - 20130322 - Tracy McCormick

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James Moore talks with Tracy McCormick about her work in radio and with recording artists like Rob Larkin who she signed to the Spectra label.

- Parsons College Remembered - 20130320- Bill Teeple

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Interview with Bill Teeple

- Planet Erstwild - 20130318-John Huff

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Interview with John Huff

- Planet Erstwild - 20130308-Cameron O'Connor

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Interview with Cameron O'Connor

- Planet Erstwild - 20130307 - Jeff Martinek

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The American Shakespeare Center will present the comedy Twelfth Night on Tuesday, March 12, at 7:30 p.m. in the Iowa Wesleyan College Chapel Auditorium. This is a free performance open to the public, writes Theresa Rose for KILJ.

“This is ‘fun Shakespeare’—-light, witty, and fast-paced; a play full of fools, knaves, clowns, scoundrels, cross-dressing tricksters, nerds in love, and a crusty drunken uncle named—-we kid you not—Sir Toby Belch,” said Dr. Jeff Martinek, professor of English at Iowa Wesleyan. “If you have never seen Shakespeare performed live or have doubts about it being your cup of tea, we urge you to give this one a try.”

Doors open at 7:00 p.m. and there will be live acoustic music and a pre-show speech by the cast in the half-hour prior to the performance.

- Planet Erstwild - 20130221 - Deborah Bunka - KHOI

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Ames KHOI co-station manager Deborah Bunka talks about the great strides KHOI is making as a community station.

- Planet Erstwild - 20130221 - Deborah Bunka - KHOI

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Ames KHOI co-station manager Deborah Bunka talks about the great strides KHOI is making as a community station.

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Jason Aviles hails from the Bronx and is actively involved in promoting youth advocacy amd well-being. Samira Abdelrahman came to school from North Carolina. Both are student leaders at MUM. They met "Let Freedom Ring" concert founder Patti Miller at a presentation at the Public Library. They talk about their participation in this weekend's event and the upcoming trip to Mississippi where they'll sing with another choir in Meridian and visit other historic civil rights sites. It is really inspiring to hear them talk about what this journey has meant to them personally.

- Planet Erstwild - 20130219 - John Loin - Scott Timm

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Scott Timm, local sustainability coordinator, and John Loin, local builder and board member of the Greater Fairfield Area Habitat for Humanity, announce a new Habitat homebuilding project. They say Habitat's philosophy is all about empowering people and empowering community.

John talks about his history with the organization starting in 1994 and the application process. This will be Fairfield's 10th home! Scott is helping to inspire people to volunteer and get involved with this amazing organization. Alliant Hometown Rewards is a partner and their "Powerhouse Team" will film the project.

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Cody Cohen is a sweet and caring young man who loves animals and adores children...truly a "good guy."  At 17 years old, he's 6'3" now, a gentle giant.  He is a Senior at Fairfield High School, having played football all four years.  He has a fantastic group of friends and his teachers and coaches love him. 

Cody suffers with Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS), a rare blood cancer, and needs a bone marrow transplant within the next three months.  Cody and his family hope a bone marrow match can be found for him, and for every person who needs one!

- Planet Erstwild - 20130215 - Inside the Headlines

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The Newsvandal JP Sottile with another powerful "Inside the Headlines." Three tiers include hearts; mind and bombs; that ol' sucking economy; and love, American style on the heels of Valentine's Day. Headlines referenced below.

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James Moore talks with two members of the IOWA FREEDOM CHOIR who will be participating in Friday's multimedia presentation at the Sondheim Center celebrating black history and the civil rights movement.

Jason Aviles hails from the Bronx and is actively involved in promoting youth advocacy amd well-being. Samira Abdelrahman came to school from North Carolina. Both are student leaders at MUM. They met "Let Freedom Ring" concert founder Patti Miller at a presentation at the Public Library. They talk about their participation in this weekend's event and the upcoming trip to Mississippi where they'll sing with another choir in Meridian and visit other historic civil rights sites. It is really inspiring to hear them talk about what this journey has meant to them personally.

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Station manager James Moore speaks with local artist/healer Suzanne Stryker about her thoughts on the One Billion Rising phenomenon where as many as one billion souls across the globe in 200 countries are standing up against abuse and violence toward women on February 14th. A local community athering at Morning Star Studio is planned at 7:30pm in Fairfield, with dance and more.

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James Moore speaks with Allen Bailey, founder of the Harlem Gospel Choir, who are bringing their 90-minute family-friendly gospel experience to Iowa City this weekend. The theme of every performance is "bringing people & nations together & giving something back".

- Planet Erstwild - 20130209 - Gershon Baskin - IPCRI

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James Moore talks indepth with Gershon Baskin, the Israeli peace activist who negotiated with Hamas for Gilad Shalit's release and heads the Israel Palestine Center for Research and Information

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