Friday, June 29 our host Ankur Malhotra interviewed Jan Levine Thal and Heather Renkin from the Broom Street Theater for the production of Rubbery with Violets. Written by Siobhan Edge and directed by Jan Levine Thal, the play is filled with inept robbers, handsome policemen, and elderly women with odd problems. The play is rated PG […]
News & Talk Archives
Thursday, June 28 our host Tony Castaneda interviewed Jennifer Lowenz who talks about Egypt and the uprising. As well as the the Egyptian parliament actions right before the Egyptian election.
On Thursday July 28th, Allen Ruff interviewed Stanford Professor of History and Middle East History Joel Beinin about the recent elections in Egypt. Professor Beinin outlined the implications of the Muslim Brotherhood victory and the extent to which Egypt’s military generals will cede power. Mohammed Morsi’s win in Egypt’s first free presidential election marks a […]
Wednesday, June 27 our host Peaches Lacey interviewed Howard Thomas and Sam Thomas on the Thomas Catering Inc. Howard Thomas told us about his life and what helped him make the decision of making his own catering business. They make various types of food. You may contact them through e-mail at
Wednesday, June 27, our host Peaches Lacey interviewed professor Joanne Pritchett from the Charles Hamilton Huston Institute on the education gap in minorities and the parents approach to their children education. Having parental seminars to help reduce the behavior gap. You may contact them via phone (608) 906-2880. The classes are held at 149 east […]
During the first segment today, Molly Stentz interviewed Julie Obudzinslu from the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition about the Senate Farm Bill. Today, the Senate passed the Agriculture Reform, Food, and Jobs Act by a vote of 64-35. Julie discussed the improvements outlined in the bill and the impact the bill may have on Sustainable Agriculture. In […]