Originally published on Mon December 2, 2013 1:22 pm
We've been following the story of the helicopter that crashed into a pub in Glasgow, Scotland, last week. There's more news Monday on the deadly crash: A ninth body has been pulled from the wreckage of The Clutha Bar.
In the first half of the show, Dennis talks with Harry Bruntz of the El Paso Gem & Mineral Society about the upcoming Gem & Mineral Show, Dec. 6-8 at the El Maida Shrine, 6331 Alabama. $3 adults, $2 seniors/military, free for children. All kids who attend will receive a free geode! Hear about the fascinating minerals right in our own backyard, and about the many ways you can score free tickets. http://epmgs.com/
In the second half of the show, Dennis welcomes Audrey Marufo and Art Anchondo of the Small Business Development Center. Hear about the free International Business Summit taking place on Friday, Dec. 6, at 9050 Viscount, Building B-520. The summit will focus on international marketing for small business owners. Learn more information and register online: http://elpasosbdc.net/training/seminars/international-marketing-is-your-passport-to-profit/ or call (915) 831-7742.
African-Americans are the racial group most affected by HIV in the U.S., and many black churches are stepping in to do something about it. Pastor Timothy Sloan of Texas talks with host Michel Martin about destigmatizing the disease from the pulpit.
This is TELL ME MORE from NPR News. I'm Michel Martin. Coming up, we want to know how the federal health care website is working today after the Obama administration's self-imposed deadline to get HealthCare.gov running smoothly. We'll check in later. But first, Americans are heading online today for another reason. It is Cyber Monday and retailers are offering bargains to kick off the holiday shopping season or so they tell us.
After a brief career on Wall Street, veteran designer B Michael followed his calling to the world of fashion. He got his start as a millinery designer for the '80s soap opera Dynasty. Soon after, he began designing couture gowns leading him to work with an extensive client list that includes Cicely Tyson, Angela Basset, Lena Horne, Whitney Houston, and Cate Blanchett — to name a few.
After spending decades in the business B Michael says, "Every successful story will tell you they've had to reinvent themselves."
It's movie-binge time — that month-long surge of Oscar hopefuls and would-be blockbusters Hollywood always winds up the year with. On All Things Considered, I talked about some of the big tent-pole pictures: Anchorman 2, The Wolf of Wall Street, the second Hobbit installment and so on.
But here, let's winnow the list down a bit to three films you might want to keep an eye out for if you're intrigued by the artistic process — how artists think and work.