In the world of Christopher John Francis Boone, logic and reason reign supreme. He knows the capitals of every country in the world, can understand the statistical probability behind the famed Monty Hall problem, and has a certain fondness for prime numbers, but when it comes to human emotions, even his own, his world starts […]
In December of 2019, the Federal Communications Commission plans to auction off government radio frequencies to private companies. The move not only paves the way for 5G mobile telephone networks, but will raise a cool sixty million dollars or more in federal revenue for the next 10 years. Meteorologists around the world have raised the […]
Patty Lovera, Assistant Director of Food & Water Watch, talks about some new EPA proposals which would loosen federal regulations and allow for some chemical levels to be 10x higher than many current states allow.
Juana Maria Echeverri Escobar will be giving a talk this afternoon (in Spanish) at Ingram Hall about the efforts of children in Columbia to direct the country toward peace by means of poetry. Jan interviews Juana Escobar, with the help of Barbara Alvarado.
Gaia Gathering is a multi-dimensional exploration of all things Earth, and runs for 5 days starting today, May 1, 2019. Envisioned and steered by a group of local artists and activists, this collaborative and ambitious project aims to bring a focus to our vital relationship with our planet. Coordinator Beth Racette talks with Jan about […]
Madison College is more than “book learnin’”, and a public open house on May 5 at the Commercial Avenue Learning Center will feature ceramics, jewelry, and carpentry classes and products created. Jan talks with Joanne Kirkland, ceramics instructor, and John Stephaney, carpentry instructor, about their programs and the open house.