Veteran of Broadway, feature films and television, actor Ray Baker joins novelist, screenwriter, playwright and actress, Camilla Carr to talk about the first production of Frontera Repertory’s second season: Tom Lea: Grace Note in a Hard World an original work commissioned by the Tom Lea Institute for Tom Lea Month.
Tom Lea: Grace Note in a Hard World Saturday October 5 at 8 pm, and Sunday October 6 at 2:30 pm The Philanthropy Theatre http://www.fronterarep.org
Denise & Norma talk about EarthKind principles, which you may already be familiar with, even though you might not be familiar with the name. EarthKind encourages landscape water conservation, the reduction of fertilizer & pesticide use, landscaping for energy consumption, and the reduction of landscape wastes entering landfills or water supplies.
In a rebroadcast from June 29, 2013, Charles talks with Simon Goff, Executive Director of FilmAid International, an organization which brings information, education, and production tools to refugee camps and communities in need around the world. www.filmaid.orgAired Sept. 28, 2013.
Originally published on Sun September 29, 2013 6:52 am
Updated at 12:24 a.m. ET Sunday
The House voted early Sunday to tie government funding to a one-year delay in implementing Obamacare, sending the dispute back to the Senate, where it is certain to get a frosty reception. The House measure also repeals the Affordable Care Act's tax on medical devices.
Tribal Equinox Producer, Claudia Ramirez, and Co-Director, Shana are joined by Anita Lalwani of Fat Chance Belly Dance to preview a belly dance extravaganza featuring five renowned performers with distinctive styles.
Originally published on Sat September 28, 2013 12:57 pm
In Iran, President Hassan Rouhani was both celebrated and vilified Saturday for speaking to President Obama by phone during his trip to the United Nations in New York. After Rouhani's return, crowds that gathered near Tehran's airport were divided, with many voicing their support for Rouhani. A hardliner held a sign reading, "Down with USA."
One critic threw a shoe at Rouhani's car, according to the Agence France-Presse.
SIMON: Just a day left to the end of regular baseball season. The Cardinals clinched a playoff spot last night. Of course they were playing the Cubs. But those rampaging Cleveland Indians won their eighth game in a row to move a game closer to a wildcard spot. They're knotted up with the Tampa Bay Rays, trying to keep the Texas Rangers in the rearview mirror.
Barry Clifford has spent the last 30 years diving in the waters off Cape Cod. He's searching for buried treasure spilled by the pirate ship Whydah, which sunk there in 1717. He's pulled a trove of artifacts out of the sea and sand over the years and this summer he learned there may be far more treasure waiting. He joins us now from Provincetown, Massachusetts. Mr. Clifford, thanks so much for being with us.