Roberto Salas, Director of the Centro Artistico y Cultural Buena Vista and exhibiting artist, David Lyon Andersen invite listeners to attend the annual Celebration of Dia de los Muertos in Buena Vista.
Celebration of Dia de los Muertos in Buena Vista 120 Courchenese Street November 2, 2013 from 6pm-midnight (619) 886-1892
Denise, Bill, and Norma talk about the ways we can prep for the cooler temperatures of fall and winter, including cutting back on watering and fertilizing. Plus, find out why a test of your soil could help your garden reach its full potential.
Information on soil testing is available at the Texas AgriLife Extension, 915-860-2515.
Charles talks with historian and documentary filmmaker, Jackson Polk, about his latest project, "Last Tour of the El Paso Smelter, Vol. 1, The Stacks." The film traces the history of the ASARCO smoke stacks, from their very beginnings to their demolition in 2013. Polk talks about the unique experiences he and his videographers went through as they were collecting material for the film. More information on the film is available at http://elpasogold.com/elpasogold/welcome.html.
Why The Dearth Of Black Commediennes In 'SNL' Cast?
Why should Saturday Night Live care that there are no black women in its cast of comedians?
That question has percolated through my Twitter feeds and Facebook pages over the past few days, thanks to some questions I asked on social media before talking over the issue Friday with Robert Siegel on All Things Considered. And it's an understandable reaction.
Originally published on Sat November 2, 2013 11:29 am
Over the past week, two floating structures on opposite sides of the country have provoked a lot of speculation. Early on, the Internet settled on Google as a likely culprit. Could the barges off of San Francisco and Maine, the masses divined, be giant data structures built to circumvent NSA spying? Could they be huge, floating stores?