John Newton is offering a free intro to his healing work Thu Apr 19 at the Fairfield Public Library, followed by a seminar and individual sessions.
He talks about his years in the entertainment industry ("Superman" to "Melrose Place" to "The Mentalist") and years working in the healing arts.
His website is healthbeyondbelief.com.
James Moore speaks with Steve Rideout about his company Helios and a special new technical processing technique that has the potential to change the future of energy production.
James Moore speaks with two key people in Fairfield who are working in the area of alcohol abuse which is alarmingly high in our area. Jefferson County ranks #2 out of 99 Iowa counties in incidences of underage binge drinking.
Don Sander is the Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant Coordinator for Jefferson County, a program that is under the auspices of the Iowa Department of Public Health. Aideen Vega-Van Aucken is the SPF SIG Local Epidemiological Work Group Chair, a part-time position that deals primarily with statistics gathering and reporting. They are both part of the Jefferson County Alcohol Consumption Task Force.
COMMUNITY MEETING | Thu Apr 12 at 6pm FACC | PANEL OF LOCAL EXPERTS
Here's the 4pm rundown of "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. 3 categories featured today: National Insecurity, You Are What You Eat, and The Economy Doesn't Suck--It Just Sucks for You. [Click "Read more" tab below for a complete list of articles referenced.]
Professional Reading performed by Jeffrey Hedquist and Kahren Dowcett on Sunday, April 8th at 7:30pm at Cafe Paradiso for one local performance only.
Jeffrey Hedquist, President and Creative Director of Hedquist Productions, Inc. in Fairfield, Iowa, has been a judge for the prestigious National Audio Theatre Festivals (NATF) Script Competition for radio plays.
Ms. Dowcett is an artist and playwright at The Living Arts Institute: http://www.thelivingartsinstitute.org/.
Jim Bagnola has been speaking and educating worldwide—on six continents, as well as across the United States, for over 25 years. He inspires listeners to turn within and awaken to the reality of their own greatness. Jim’s goal is simple: to build Professional Human Beings. Former manager of magician Doug Henning, his clients include Motorola, GM, Shell Oil, Kroger, State Dept, FDA, USAF, & the UN.
He speaks with James Moore about his booksigning events in Fairfield at Revelations Thursday 2-4pm and Saturday 10am-1pm and lectures he's giving to the MBA class at MUM, Firday & Monday which are open to the public. His book "Becoming a Professional Human Being" was just published March 16th and is available on Amazon and at Barnes & Noble.
James also talks with belly dancer extraordinaire Regine Constant about her performance of 1001 NIGHTS at Central Park Furnishings during ArtWalk. The evening will include musicians Micah Salaberrios, Younes Kouider and guests, storytellers Libbett Rich and Paul J Morehead, and poetry performers Kali Sage Love and Monserrat Iniguez
INSIDE THE HEADLINES with Newsvandal JP Sottile. For complete list of topics, click "Read more" below.
James Moore talks with Bob Skow, the CEO of the Independent Insurance Agents of Iowa.
KRUU's James Moore speaks with Fairfield sustainability coordinator Scott Timm and Hometown Rewards project coordinator Anna Bruen about Alliant Hometown Rewards kickoff event coming up this April 22nd at Chautauqua Park.
MONDAY at 12:30pm
WEDNESDAY at 6:30pm
FRIDAY at 6:30am
Event at Shelter #2, plant trees in the orchard from 9am, contact Fairfield Volunteer Center to help. Community celebration starting around 4pm with Alliant and Trees Forever executives, Mayor Ed Malloy, and more. Free barbeque provided by HyVee with live music by the Jefferson County Green Band & KC & the Pick Up Band. [Click pic for more info.]
Now in its 7th year, the Mission Creek Festival runs from March 27-April 1. This is Iowa at its best.
Scores of amazing musical acts in a dozen different venues, a great focus on literature, food, fun & more.
Andre is also a gifted writer and performs with the Lonelyhearts.
It's "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile, who checks in each week from Oakland with news stories from across the country and around the globe. The experienced journalist takes us inside the story.
Fridays at 4pm, it's PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore presents "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile.
Click Read more below for complete list of this week's referenced headlines.
Got some great tunes in the hopper for you today and as usual at 4pm another fresh installment of "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile discussing news events and sharing commentary with PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore. For a complete list, click "Read more" below.
At 4pm: it's our regular Friday segment "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile discussing news events and sharing commentary with James. For a complete list, click "Read more" below.
James Moore talks with Iowa State Bank's Dave Neff
Join PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore and Newsvandal JP Sottile (@newsvandal) for an in-depth discussion on the latest haps in newsville every Friday at 4pm CT on www.KRUUfm.com. For a complete list of referenced articles for today's show, click on "Read more" below.
Ari Berman, contributing writer for The Nation, talks about his book HERDING DONKEYS, which has just been released in paperback edition. Ari, who has written for the NY Times, Rolling Stone, Editor & Publisher and The Guardian, grew up in Fairfield and hosted Politickin' with Ari in 2007-08 on KRUU-FM. Here's Ari's piece from today's Nation called "How the GOP is resegregating the South."
James Moore interviews filmmaker Karim El Hakim from Park City, Utah about his documentary "1/2 Revolution" currently showing at the Sundance Film Festival.
Join PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore and Newsvandal JP Sottile (@newsvandal) for an indepth discussion on the latest haps in newsville every Friday at 4pm CT on www.KRUUfm.com.
This week's "Inside the Headlines" topics include a look at America's frack-tured energy future, Dow's record profits (since 2008) combined with worst home sales in history, billionaires at Davos' annual economic summit bemoan growing levels of income inequality, [the economy doesn't suck--it just sucks for you!], the dollar's downward spiral, Romney pays 13.9% on $21 million dollars in income, Newt moons Florida, Obama talks populist, walks another big bank bailout, Apple surpasses Exxon as U.S's most valuable company amid allegations of shoddy & deadly labor practices in China which put profits above human welfare. But why should Americans care if it keeps the cost of these popular shiny new products iMmeninently affordable?
Station manager James Moore talks with Fairfield's 1st National Bank business development officer Gene Parker. Music intro and outro is performed by Keelan Dimmick.
James speaks with Campbell Hair, long-time production specialist, about his days working on the road with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Campbell is doing visuals for the Boss Tribute Concert Jan 20 & 21 at the Sondheim Center. He'll also be at the KRUU table at intermission and after the show for those who may have questions for him.
PLANET ERSTWILD's regular segment "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. For a complete list of articles referenced, click below on "Read more."
Best-selling author Thomas Frank's new book is "Pity the Billionaire: The Hard-Times Swindle & the Unlikely Comeback of the Right." He'll discuss that and much more with PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore. Moore interviewed him a few years ago for his book "Wrecking Crew." Other works include "What's the Matter with Kansas?" and "One Market Under God." He is a columnist for Harper's Magazine, founding editor of The Baffler magazine, and a former Op-ed writer for the Wall Street Journal.
In Pity the Billionaire, Frank, the great chronicler of American paradox, [uses] firsthand reporting, a deep knowledge of the American Right, and a wicked sense of humor, [to deliver a] full diagnosis of the cultural malady that has transformed collapse into profit, reconceived the Founding Fathers as heroes from an Ayn Rand novel, and enlisted the powerless in a fan club for the prosperous. [Amazon]
James Moore talks with Patti Miller about her work in the civil rights movement and in the same offices as Martin Luther King in Chicago in the mid-60s. She gives a talk at the Fairfield Public Library on MLK Day, Jan 16 at 7:30pm, sponsored by the Fairfield Volunteer Center. Her website is www.keepinghistoryalive.com. She has a book and a documentary film in the works.
PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore goes "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile every Friday at 4pm CT.
At 4PM, it's "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile and PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore presenting a rundown of aome of the week's most newsworthy topics.
[For a complete listing of this week's headlines with links, click "Read more" below.]
At 4pm, Newsvandal JP Sottile joins me for our regular segment "Inside the Headlines." And boy, do we have a lot of great topics to cover for our year end show. You can see them all, complete with links, by clicking "Read more" below.
At 4pm, it's our regular segment "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile (@newsvandal), contributing editor of Reader Supported News. This week everything from autism-friendly Santas to British butterflies to mind-reading machines to memory adjusting pills to a red river in China to an American auto industry in the black & much more.
For a full list of articles referenced with links, click on "Read more."