NPR Story
4:50 pm
Sat April 20, 2013

From Family To Digital Footprints: A Portrait Of Tsarnaevs

NPR's Daniel Zwerdling reports on what's known about the two brothers suspected in the Boston Marathon bombing, Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev.

Author Interviews
4:50 pm
Sat April 20, 2013

Kay Bailey Hutchison On Other 'Unflinching' Texan Women

George Ranch Historical Park

Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison knows what it means to be a pioneering female figure in her home state. In 1993, she became the first woman elected to represent Texas in the U.S. Senate.

Now, the former senator has written a book about the women who came before her, Unflinching Courage: Pioneering Women Who Shaped Texas.

In the book, Hutchison profiles several women who broke barriers and made history in the Lone Star State. Many of those women left a life of luxury and "moved to nothing," she tells All Things Considered host Jacki Lyden.

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The Two-Way
2:51 pm
Sat April 20, 2013

Watertown Residents Cheer Being 'Liberated' By Bomb Suspect's Arrest

Residents cheer police as they exit Franklin Street, where suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was taken into custody Friday night. The manhunt for Tsarnaev and his brother, who died early Friday, put the Boston area on edge in the wake of Monday's bomb attack at the Boston Marathon.
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After days spent living in a cloud of apprehension and fear following Monday's bomb attack at the Boston Marathon, the city's residents celebrated the capture of suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on Friday night. He was caught hiding in a boat in the backyard of Watertown resident David Henneberry.

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KTEP Local
2:00 pm
Sat April 20, 2013

PERSPECTIVES: Chef Keeley Cheshire


Louie, Dennis, and guest host Russ Chianelli talk with Chef Keeley Cheshire, owner of Italians Restaurant in El Paso.  Keeley talks about her start in life pursuing the dream of becoming a ballerina, touring the US & Europe as a showgirl, and marrying an Italian man and living with her mother-in-law, who taught her authentic Italian cooking.  She talks about cooking by feel, what constitutes an "authentic" pizza, and why she will not allow ketchup or ranch dressing anywhere in her restaurant.  http://www.italianselpaso.com/


Aired April 20, 2013.

The Two-Way
1:43 pm
Sat April 20, 2013

The Tsarnaev Brothers: What We Know About The Boston Bombing Suspects

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, suspected of carrying out the bombing attack on the Boston Marathon, was taken prisoner Friday. Here, he poses for a picture after graduating from Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School.
Robin Young AP

With Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in police custody at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and his brother and fellow suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev dead after a shootout, many questions now focus on how these two young men arrived at this point.

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KTEP Local
1:30 pm
Sat April 20, 2013

EL PASO PRIME TIME: Small Business Development


Dennis Woo talks with Art Anchondo, Business Development Advisor of the South West Texas Border Small Business Development Center Network; and Joseph Ferguson, Associate Director of the SBDC.  They talk about how local businesses can become more involved in exports of goods & services through the International Business Summit, taking place Friday, May 10, at the El Paso Community College Administrative Services Center, 9050 Viscount.  Info 915-831-7742 or http://elpasosbdc.net/training/seminars/international-business-summit/  Registration is encouraged, space is limited.


Today's show also includes an episode of "Focus on Campus" which did not air as scheduled on Friday, April 19, 2013, due to special coverage from NPR News of the pursuit of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects.   Louie talks with UTEP English professor Mimi Gladstein, and Victor Mireles, president of Mireles Creative.  Gladstein is the co-author with Silvia Cohen of "El Paso - The Wild West Welcomes Holocaust Survivors," now available in Spanish.  Mireles is the designer of the El Paso Holocaust Museum & Study Center, located at 715 N. Oregon.  Gladstein & Mireles talk about the history behind El Paso's Holocaust museum, which is one of only 13 in the U.S.


UTEP Political Science, the UTEP Global Relations Organization, and the Holocaust Museum are sponsoring a talk by Gilbert Tuhabonye, a survivor of the Rwandan genocide in 1993. Thursday, April 25, 6:30 p.m., Quinn Hall on the UTEP campus, Room 212.  Info: 915-351-0048, www.elpasoholocaustmuseum.org.


Aired April 20, 2013.

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Explosions At Boston Marathon
1:09 pm
Sat April 20, 2013

MIT Officer Died Protecting His Community, In Job He Loved

MIT campus police officer Sean Collier, 26, was shot and killed during an altercation with the two Boston Marathon bombing suspects Thursday night.
MIT Getty Images

Originally published on Sat April 20, 2013 3:30 pm

The grisly week that began at the Boston Marathon Monday left one police officer dead.

As police closed in on the bombing suspects Thursday night, law enforcement officials say two officers were shot. One, transit police officer Richard Donohue, is in critical condition at Mount Auburn Hospital.

The other, Sean Collier of the MIT campus police, was pronounced dead Thursday night.

MIT says Collier had gone to respond to a report of an altercation on campus Thursday evening. Soon, word came over the police radio that he had been shot.

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The Two-Way
12:24 pm
Sat April 20, 2013

Boston Bombings Point To Growing Threat Of Homegrown Terrorism

U.S. Army Maj. Nidal Hasan is charged with a 2009 killing spree that killed 13 people at Fort Hood in Texas. Homegrown terrorism by Muslim Americans has been growing over the past decade.
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U.S. security officials have been warning for years that one of their biggest challenges is detecting homegrown terrorists — extremists who grow up in America, or have lived here for years, know the customs, speak the language, blend in easily and can fly below the radar of law enforcement.

As details of Boston bombing suspects emerge, reports point to two young men of Chechen origin who had been in the U.S. for up to a decade and were seemingly fully integrated into American society.

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KTEP Local
12:00 pm
Sat April 20, 2013

STATE OF THE ARTS: Artist Holly Cox

Well-known artist, Holly Cox, talks about the current “3 Generations” exhibition at the Hal Marcus Gallery featuring not only her own work, but that of her father and grandmother as well.

3 Generations Exhibit– Fern Thurston, Eugene Thurston and Holly Cox
Hal Marcus Gallery
1308 N. Oregon
(915) 533-9090

KTEP Local
12:00 pm
Sat April 20, 2013

STATE OF THE ARTS: KCOS Art Auction

Elizabeth Gamez, Promotions Manager and Tina Carlsen, Special Projects Director with KCOS Public Television invite viewers to be part of this year’s 10th annual Art Auction.

Information: (915) 590-1313
www.kcostv.org

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