In honor of the 40th anniversary closing of Parsons College, Fairfield's Orpheum Theatre is showing Midnight Cowboy for one week, starting Friday. The students who graduated that final year would have been freshmen when this Best Picture Academy Award winner opened in 1969. Also, Night Of The Living Dead will show Friday & Saturday at midnight. George A. Romero's debut "set the template for the zombie film."
We're stoked about Gravity, "directed by Oscar nominee Alfonso Cuaron, staring Oscar winners Sandra Bullock and George Clooney in a heart-pounding thriller that pulls you into the infinite and unforgiving realm of deep space." This is an absolute must-see for film fans. Please experience Gravity on the biggest & best movie venue possible. "Words can do little to convey the visual astonishment this space opera creates. It is a film whose impact must be experienced in 3-D on a theatrical screen to be fully understood."- Kenneth Turan, L.A. Times. "In one form or another, motion pictures have been with us since the middle of the 19th century, but there's never been one like Gravity."- Joe Morgenstern, Wall Street Journal." This isn't just the best-looking film of the year, it's one of the most awe-inspiring achievements in the history of special-effects cinema."- Time Out. We suggest watching in it 3D, Dolby Atmos sound on the three story high, 55 foot wide screen at the Palms 10 Theatres in Muscatine, Iowa's newest theater offering the latest in movie technology.
We'll talk about that, Ron Howard's Rush and more, on the Filmosophers, with Chris Busch and Bruce Miller, "where we give our filmosophy of the movies and have filmosophical discussions." Friday at 12:30 Central, again Sunday morning at 9:00. "I haven't yet fully recovered." Stephanie Zacharek, Village Voice, on Gravity
The HIrshberg family, Joel, Joy & Aaron, talking about their Grand Ppening for May Art Walk at Green Building Supply.
At 7:30 PM on Sunday, April 7th the McFarland Gaub Violin and Piano Duo will perform three Johann Brahms sonatas at the Sondheim Center for the Performing Arts. Tune in to hear bits of each sonata and Nancy and Gene's discussion of how each one is unique. They'll also give us their predictions about the future of classical music.
Gene and Nancy, husband and wife, are both faculty members in Grinnell College's Music Department. As a pianist, Gene made his New York debut performing Bartok's First Piano Concerto with the Juilliard Orchestra at Lincoln Center. He's given solo piano recitals at Carnegie Hall and many other venues. He's also performed with orchestras in Vienna and Salzburg. A specialist in chamber music, he's performed with many ensembles throughout the U.S.
THE CURSE OF THE SPACE DEMON!
Starring Elizabeth Huebner and Joey Del Re
Written and Directed by Dom Rabalais and Nicholas Naioti
ONE REPRISE ONLY!
Tuesday, October 9th at 8pm
at St. Mary's
James Moore speaks with Dom Rabalais about the staging of Space Demon and much more
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At 3pm, meet Dana Rubin and Hannah Blackmer, two young women from Vermont who graduated college and decided to do something interesting. They've embarked on a 100-day road trip across America in a diesel-powered Mercedes searching out local sustainability success stories and decided to drop by solar KRUU. Convenient Resilience they call it. Ride on!!
Corey Hickenbottom talks with Ti Liptak and Jeff Stone. the masterminds behind BOOM Fitness in Fairfield.
Corey Hickenbottom talks with Seth Braun, the best selling author of "Indestructible Success: Creative Entrepreneurship and The Art of Small Business" and Fairfield resident, about his upcoming book talk at Revelations Cafe, Seth's life, rock 'n' roll, and more.
Seth will be giving a book talk Saturday, March 3, 1-3 PM at Revelations Cafe. Admission is free. In this 2 hour discussion for Fairfield residents, Seth will reveal what you need to do to handle the two factors that kill a creative business faster than anything else.
Corey Hickenbottom talks with filmmaker, Graham Meriwether about his film "American Meat", the making of, and much more. American Meat is a solutions-oriented documentary surveying the current state of the U.S. meat industry, exploring feedlots through the eyes of the farmers who work there, as well as the revolution taking place in sustainable animal husbandry.
American Meat is screening in Fairfield, Tuesday, February 28th, 7:30 pm at The Fairfield Public Library. It is a free screening with a panel/audience discussion following.
Corey Hickenbottom talks with Derik Wulfekuhle, Director of Fairfield's Parks & Receration Department, about their many current and upcoming activities.
Internationally published social media author and expert, Phyllis Khare talks about social media and her upcoming talk for the Fairfield Golden Speakers Toastmasters Club bi-annual guest speaker event. The event will take place Tuesday, Feb. 7 at The First United Methodist Church in Fairfield.
KRUU-FM welcomes rootsy American folk singer/songwriter Lyal Strickland to the studio to perform live and let us know what he's been up to. Hailing from the Missouri Ozarks and raising heritage grass fed beef when not performing, Lyal performs songs inspired by life lived in small towns, the Ozark hills, and on insterstate highways. His most recent album, So Many Incidents was produced by Larry Lee, founding member of the legendary Ozark Mountain Daredevils and was recorded on the banks of the Finley River in Southwest Missouri.
A spotlight on local Fairfield business, Cambridge Investment Research Inc. Corey Hickenbottom speaks with their First Vice President of Advisor Services, Carol Fischer and Vice President of Technology, Gary Gagnon. They share about Cambridge being named one of the top ten workplaces in Iowa, as named by the Des Moines Register. They also talk about the recently added IT jobs and a little bit about the company's 30 year history.
Corey Hickenbottom talks with Ed Murphy and Hilary Jordan all aboutthe 1st Annual 80s Day in Fairfield on Friday, September 30, which includes The Provocative 80s Dance Gala at The Sondheim Center and The Funkin' 80s Dance Party at The Red Rock Tavern. Co-Sponsored by KRUU-FM
(Due to Copyright laws, music from original broadcast has been removed)
Corey Hickenbotttom speaks with Jason Tardy, of the physical comedy/music brother duo AudioBody, all about their act and their September 6 performance at The Stephen Sondheim Center for the Performing Arts. AudioBody is the kick off act for the 2011-2012 Sondheim Center Artist Series.
A conversation with authors David Aossey and Kevin Barrett. David is the author of the new novel, "Instruments of the State", and Kevin has written several non-fiction 9/11 Truth books, including "Truth Jihad: My Epic Struggle Against The 9/11 Big Lie".
Seattle based blues/rock band, My Goodness perfomed Thurs. Aug. 11 at The Red Rock Tavern.
Before their gig tonight, band members, Joel Schneider and Ethan Jacobsen, stopped by to perform live in the KRUU studio. Giving a taste of their special distillation of rock, blues and punk.
Up and coming five piece indie folk-rock act, Wheeler Brothers, came through Fairfield on Thursday, July 21st for a performance at The Beauty Shop.
The band stopped by the KRUU-FM studio to perform a few fantastic acoustic renditions of their songs.
Formed in Austin, Texas, each member brings his own ideas and sounds to the group, with styles blending indie rock, blues and folk.
Children's book author, Kathy Brodsky, makes a visit to Writers' Voices this week. Her most recent book, "The Winner Is...", tells the humorous story of a dog who tries to be someone else in order to win a contest. Her other books include, "My Bent Tree", "The Inside Story", "Just Sniffing Around" and "Purrsnikitty". Having worked as a psychotherapist for almost 40 years, Kathy has a wealth of material to draw upon for her work.
Joseph Tiefenthaler will also be a guest on this Writers' Voices. He will be discussing the many literary events that are part of the Mission Creek Festival, in Iowa City.