musical and topical safari

Another great show, fair folks of Fairfield and beyond. | 2:05pm - New Orleans jazz artist Cliff Hines. Cliff & Sasha perform at Cafe Paradiso Saturday Nov 9th with special opening act Apocalypso Tantric Boys Choir. Next week, legendary Commander Cody guitarist Bill Kirchen performs at Cafe P. New interview, too.

2:30pm - Learn about the Secrets of the Adepts from author, speaker and Egyptian expert Jim Phillips. He will be giving a lecture Fri Nov 15th and an all day workshop Sat Nov 16th at Morning Star Studio. Registration details, click Karp Foley Bandhere. | 3:10pm - MUM's John Collins on cliimate change. New IPCC science report and Iowa Climate Statement signed by 156 academics & researchers from Iowa.

3:30pm- Karp Foley Band. Peter Karp & Sue Foley talk about Sat Nov 9th's concert at the Fairfield Best Western presented by the Southeast Iowa Blues Society. Blues at its finest by the area's top blues purveyors. Cosponsored by KRUU-FM.

4pm - We go "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile, award-winning journalist/filmmaker. This week our three tiers include hearts, minds and bombs; the good ol' sucking economy; and a little category called HOT HOT HOT--plus good news and odds & ends. Links to all headlines listed below:

2:05pm: Michael Timmins of the Cowboy Junkies' tribute to Lou Reed who Caroline Smithpassed away this week. Then he speaks with James about the band's performance tonight in Iowa City at the First United Methodist Church, presented by the Englert Theatre.

2:55pm: Molly Haviland, Jacob Isaacs & Zach Wright explain what the Soil Food Lab & Web are and how you can participate in a special workshop that starts this weekend.

3:30pm: The lovely Caroline Smith talks with James about her latest release "Half About Being A Woman" and concert this Saturday at Gabe's in Iowa City.

At 4pm, we go "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile, who wrote an editorial this week for The Progressive called "Obama Channels Reagan on the Growing NSA Scandal." Our three tiers this week include the signs of the times, peddle power, and paranoia, the destroyer. Click "Read more" below for full list of articles referenced with links.

Russell Brand talks revolution with British commentator Jeremy Paxman. 2:15pm | 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.

3pm | It's Michael Timmins of the Cowboy Junkies [who perform Nov 1st in Iowa City at the First United Methodist Church, presented by the Englert Theatre]. James says it's one of his favorite interviews he's ever done.

4pm | We go "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. This week's tiers include tears for Gitmo; do you believe children are our future; and Journalism and Journalisn't. All links to this week's highlighted stories are listed below.

Another great safari lined up for you! First up. Serenity Dance Tribute masterminds Werner Elmker & Michael Sternfeld talk about this Friday night's Sondheim Center inspirational improvisational live music movement in the moment concert. Looks like it's going to be a splendid evening on a lot of fronts.

Around 2:30pm James talks with GMO OMG director Jeremy Siefert about his film that Big Ag and the Monsanto clan do not want the public seeing. Friday night it premieres 7:30pm at The Orpheum with a discussion to follow. Siefert is a likeable soul who films his family and quest to find out what's in the food he's feeding his three kids. His first film was Dive! about dumpster diving and the great American food waste.

3pm, Gordon Shackelford talks about the next generation paradigm shift in Aimee Mannvideo resolution. The 4K specialist at Sony and former executive at Faroudja, says 4K is on the verge of becoming a huge phenomenon among middle class consumers. I've been meaning to speak with the former Enlightened Audio executive about this technical breakthrough for some time now.

3:30pm we feature some cool as heck music. New tracks from Ry Cooder, The White Buffalo, Aimee Mann (who performs in concert at The Englert Saturday night), and some favorites from Peter Karp & Sue Foley (who play the Fairfield Best Western November 9th presented by the Southeastern Iowa Blues Society), Harry Nilsson, and Steve McLain.

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.

CAFO activist Lynn Henning with Bill MahrAnother out of this world PLANET ERSTWILD lined up for you.

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.

Josh JohnsonJOSH 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.

Pamela GregoryPAMELA GREGORY & CARLOS GARCIA, M.D. | Dr. Carlos Garcia2:30pm 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.

NEWSVANDAL JP SOTTILE | 4pm As always, James and JP go "Inside the Headlines" to discuss the news that's making waves. Our three tiers this week include secrets & lies; the economy doesn't suck, it just sucks for you; and profits of doom. For a complete listing of articles referenced, click "Read more" below.

Ed FlahertyLots of show and tell this week, local and beyond. Ed Mama LynneFlaherty, a member of Iowa City's Veterans for Peace, #161, talks about Sunday's commemoration of the 12th anniversary of the Afghan War. Mama Lynne T takes us to Her Place and tells us about building community here in Fairfield. Eniko & Bob Reeder talk about the Singing Cedar's Old-Time Harvest Event this Saturday 11am-3pm at their school. She'll have a booth at ArtWalk. Greg Bal oEniko Reederf the UI Greg BalCenter for Student Involvement & Leadership discusses profiling in Iowa. He'll be at the Public Library Sat Oct 5th at 2pm. Diana Garles talks about her band Host Country's Morning Star Studio performance Sat Oct 5th at 8pm

At 4pm we go "Inside the Headlines" with JP Sottile, the NewsvandalNewsvandal 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.

Richard Eidlin2:05pm | Rhakti's Dorothy Drees & Richard Hulley talk about their record & and show tonight at Cafe P with William Clancy.

2:35pm | Thomas Linzey, executive director of the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund, who spoke at MUM this week. He is one the country's leading advocates for empowering community control and was instrumental in passing the nation's first county banning of fracking in Mora, New Mexico.

3:10pm | 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.

4pm | We go "Inside the Headlines" with award-winning journalist, filmmaker Newsvandal JP Sottile. This week's three tiers include NeoConfusion, that good ol' sucking economy, & industrial strength espionage. All the links listed below:

KRUU-FM's celebration of independents. Musical meditation a la America, freedom, independent radio, & the 4th of July. In 2006, Dwight Harris & Roland Wells put up KRUU's radio tower over the July 4th weekend. In honor of all things honorable, we salute ourselves and all our listeners and freedom lovers everywhere.

At 4pm, we go "Inside the Headlines" with award-wining journalist/historian/filmmaker Newsvandal JP Sottile. For a complete listing of this week's stories, click "Read more" below.

When an Iraqi political asylum seeker, now US citizen, says the recent revelations regarding the NSA reminds him of Saddam Hussein, it certainy gives one pause. Amir came to live in America because of its open embrace of freedom, free speech and ability to provide employ. Now he's not so sure.

Nichola Naioti talks about his role in setting up FAIRfest's first event--the 3rd Street Block Party Thursday, June 20th 6-11pm at 3rd Street and Grimes. Plus his role in creating the tasty new restaurant called the Gardens.

At 4pm, it's the ever eloquent and yo-so-savvy JP Sottile, of newsvandal fame, who takes us "Inside the Headlines" with PLANET ERSTWILD host James Moore on another weekly foray into the flotsam and jetsam of newsful items. The three tiers du week: within you, without you; the economy doesn't suck, it just sucks for you; and water slide. All headlines listed below...

3Los Mineros President Napoleon Goezpm, I'll be interviewing Napoleon Gomez, the exiled leader of Mexico’s powerful mining and metalworkers union Los Mineros. His book Collapse of Dignity is just out and it's a helluva read. One of my favorite interviews I've ever done. You will not think about unions the same way after hearing what this man and his family has been through standing up for workers' rights and safety.

4pm we go "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile who's written two incredible articles this week on on Big Oil's War on the Sun for Counterpunch and another on Glenn Greenwald challenge to Bill Mahr's skewed anti-Muslim views. He's hard on all religions, it's true, but his special venom for Islam is confronted.

For list of this week's headlines, click on "Read more" below.