James Moore speaks with Ken Malloy about his work with the Greater Jefferson County Foundation and its role supporting community non-profits and high school graduates since 1975. Ken also announces a new video contest with a $500 cash prize for the 90-second to 4 minute promotional video selected.
WW II pilot Jerry Yellin talks about his work with veterans suffering from PTSD. He will be hosting HEALING the HIDDEN WOUNDS of WAR Saturday, July 28th at 2pm at the Sondheim Center. It's free and open to the public. Also speaking: Afghan War veteran Luke Jensen & brain scientist Fred Travis.
Filmmaker Kristian Day and author Frank Meeink, who are working together on a new documentary "Is This Heaven" on Iowa spirituality. Kristian, president of the Modern American Cinema and managing editor at Iowa Music Buzz, files regular reports for KRUU from Des Moines.
Another fresh week's worth of "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. For complete list of stories, click on 'Read more' below. Shows are archived under PLANET ERSTWILD.
PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore dives "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. Click on "Read more" below for all articles reviewed.
"Interstellar Honey Drive'" a spontaneous combustion recorded live ~ 5:30pm Friday, July 6, 2012 at solar-powered KRUU-FM studios by Dain Daller of New Mexico (synths), Kenny Scott of San Francisco (computer) & Jimmy Moore of F-Town (wah-wah bass).
"Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. Today we'll be looking at three main categories of stories: 1. Let Freedom Ring And It Will Eventually Go To Voicemail; 2. Child's Play; and 3. Droning On and On. And On. Plus a few Good News stories and some great Odds & Ends. Click on "Read more" below to continue.
On Tuesday, July 10, 2012, at 7:30 pm, the renowned African choir Voices of Namibia will thrill the audience at the Sondheim Center for the Performing Arts in Fairfield, Iowa, for an historic, one-night-only concert event. Concert organizer Elaine Reding talks about the group and the upcoming performance with James Moore.
A chat with extraordinary singer/artist Barbara Morillo talking about her new acapella project and much more.
"Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. Why are people ignoring JImmy Carter's searing critique of America? Tune in and find out. For a list of all referenced headlines, please click the "Read more" tab below.
We have the honor of speaking with Jeffrey Hollender, founder of Seventh Generations, a Greenpeace board member, and founder of the American Sustainable Business Council which consists of over 150,000 businesses across the country. Jeffrey, Paul Tarnoff and Troy Van Beek of Ideal Energy, all attended an all day session at the White House where they met with 29 Obama administration officials.
"Inside the Headlines" with Oakland-based, Emmy award-winning journalist/filmmaker Newsvandal JP Sottile. This week: secret wars and the war on secrets, the con do economy, shady sunshine & much more. Click on "Read more" below for a list of today's featured headlines.
Fred Branfman talks with PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore about his Salon magazine piece "When Chomsky Wept." Expect a wide-ranging discussion. During sustained periods of political, spiritual and psychological activity, Branfman has sought to understand and improve human affairs. He has been published in N.Y. Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Today, San Francisco Chronicle, Boston Globe, Harper’s, Playboy, The Nation, New Republic, Salon, Tikkun, Newsday, The Progressive, Alternet, Huffington Post, Truthdig, and many more. His website is trulyalive.com.
Stephen Benson and Barbara Morillo of Triptic Soul, talk about their new self-titled electronica release and pre-release CD party at Central Park Furnishings Sat, June 23 at 8pm.
At 4pm, it's our regular feature "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile offering an insight out look at some of the week's most striking headlines. For a complete list of stories referenced, click "Read more" below.
People-powered solar radio KRUU 100.1 FM presents another segment of CITY BUSINESS. This week we talk about the efficacy of smart meters, updsate on the quiet zone, and more.
After each council session, KRUU presents a brief summary with 4th Ward councilman Michael Halley. Our way of keeping you up to snuff with city haps.
Tune in for CITY BUSINESS with Michael Halley at 100.1 FM, online at www.KRUUfm.com, the second and fourth weeks each month TUE 12:30pm, THU 6:30pm, & the following MON 6:30am, for the latest haps from City Hall.
At 4pm, join James for the regular feature "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile Fridays on PLANET ERSTWILD. For links to all stories referenced, click "Read more" below.
It's jazz musician Thor Polson talking about his "Northern Lights" project.
Henryk Szadziewski, manager of the Uyghur Human Rights Project, talks about the recent developments and continuing unrest in China's Xinjiang Province.
James Moore talks with Iowa Renewable Energy Association President, Kimberly Dickey about their Renewable Energy Expo 2012.
Station manager James Moore speaks with Sky Factory founder Bill Witherspoon about the company's magical work and 56kw solar installation/community celebration on June 7th at 11am.
James Morre talks to Troy Vanbeek, Tim Scott, and Anna Bruen about the solar workshop.
"Inside the Headlines" with another plateful of informative news stories from around the globe served up by Emmy Award-winning journalist & filmmaker JP Sottile based in Oakland, California. Click on "Read more" below for a complete list of this week's headline stories.
Station manager James Moore conducts a walk through at Hometown Reward project coordinator Anna Bruen's apartment highlighting Alliant's free assessment program for Fairfield residents. Anna and sustainability coordinator Scott Timm are encouraging everyone to take advantage of this program and upgrade their energy efficiency approaches.
Senator Hogg Urges Iowans To Create Jobs & Provide Clean Energy By Building Solar Projects
CEDAR RAPIDS – State Senator Rob Hogg (D-Cedar Rapids) announced today that $1.5 million in state solar energy tax credits are now available for homes and businesses because of the passage of Senate File 2342.
“With these state tax credits, now is the time for Iowa businesses and Iowa homeowners to move forward with solar energy projects,” Hogg said. “Solar energy works in Iowa and helps meet our energy needs. These tax credits will help create jobs for the installation of hundreds of solar projects across our state each year.”
The bill, which passed the Iowa Senate 45-1 and the Iowa House 82-14 and was signed by Governor Branstad on Friday, provides state tax credits for solar electric, solar hot water, and geothermal energy systems. Iowans are now eligible for solar tax credits up to $3,000 per project for homeowners and $15,000 for businesses.
James Moore talks with Nicky Severson about the upcoming winefest in Des Moines.
James Moore talks with John Newton about his energy transfer work and upcoming return visit to Fairfield.
At 4pm, join James for "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. This week its 'Mission Creeps,' 'The Economy Doesn't Suck--It Just Sucks for You,' and 'Misaligned Stars.' For full list of articles referenced, click "Read more" below.