Democrat Bill de Blasio, right, stands near the man he'd like to succeed in office — New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg — during ceremonies Wednesday marking the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. De Blasio easily outdistanced a handful of opponents in Tuesday's Democratic primary, but a recount is needed to see if he topped the 40 percent threshold to avoid a runoff.
Louie and UTEP communication department professor Richard Pineda discuss the potential outcomes stemming from the last week's events surrounding the ongoing Syrian crisis, including the negotiations for having the assumed chemical weaponry come under multinational scrutiny and regulation.
In this episode, we revisit a conversation that Louie Saenz had with noted author Barbara Dzikowski on Feburary 23, 2013. Dzikowski had just released her inaugural novel, "Searching for Lincoln's Ghost," a novel that explores the topic of coming-of-age, with the setting being the era of the mid 1960s. Searching for Lincoln's Ghost" is a 2013 Book Readers Appreciation Group Medallion honoree.
Originally published on Sat September 14, 2013 3:40 pm
Color continued to be a big deal on the New York runways during Fashion Week this week, but almost all the color was represented by the clothes being showcased in the new collections and not the models wearing them.
That lack of diversity has been a perennial problem in the fashion industry — at home and abroad — for at least the past 15 years. And while there may be an Asian or Hispanic girl from time to time (in this industry, everyone is a "girl"), discernibly black girls get token representation if they get it at all.
Japan's new solid-fuel rocket lifts off from the launch pad at the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's Uchinoura Space Center in Kimotsuki, Kagoshima prefecture, on Japan's southern island of Kyushu Saturday.
Charles talks with filmmaker & animator Zach Passero, who served as editor for the camp horror flick "All Cheerleaders Die." Zach talks about the evolution of the movie and the slap-dash efforts to finish the film before its premiere at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, where it received rave reviews. Editing is a little-known, yet important, element of the filmmaking process, and Zach talks about how he approaches editing.
To view some of Zach's other projects, including the animated story of a boy and his burro, "Mi Burro," visit http://zaebop.wix.com/burroboy; or to view the video for "PermaWar" he produced for the metal band Ministry, visit