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Just because it's February doesn't mean it is a time to ignore your garden. Join host Denise Rodriguez and Master Gardner Jan Petrzelka as they discuss February gardening tips to help you prepare your garden for spring. 

Aired Feb. 4, 2017

A focus on the local film scene. Host Charles Horak sits down with local filmmaker Anthony Salgado to talk about his feature length crime film. Salgado is the writer, producer, director, and editor for  "Paranoid Flux". The film will have its debut next week.

Aired Feb. 4, 2017 

Andy Smith, newly appointed Director of Percussion Studies at UTEP stops by the studio to talk about a very special event coming to the borderland featuring iintentionally known master drummer and virtuoso of the gyil xylophone, Bernard Woma and Saakumu Dance Troupe. Saakumu is one of the premier cultural gems of Ghana. Plus an in studio performance by Professor Smith on the gyil. The event is a  free public concert taking place on February 6, 2017 at the Ysleta Independent School District Office Theater.  

Sunday February 5 at 2pm, El Paso Pro-Musica presents "Bach's Lunch." The broadcasts feature the special Noon Time Concerts offered each Thursday at Noon at the El Paso Museum of Art.

This week, cellist Zuill Bailey takes the stage with pianist Yuliya Gorenman.

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Open SESAME! And no we are not talking about Ali Baba in this case. SESAME is an acronym for Synchrotron-Light for Experimental Science and Application in the Middle East. But what exactly does that mean? A synchrotron light produces very intense pulses of light that allows detailed studies of various objects. Join hosts Dr. Keith Pannell and Dr. Russell Chianelli as they speak to Stanford professor Herman Winick  about his role and involvement in SESAME.

http://www.sesame.org.jo/sesame/index.php

Aired Jan. 29, 2017

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New York Times and #1 internationally bestselling author Steve Berry joins host Louie Saenz to discuss his latest book in his "Cotton Malone" series, "The 14th Colony". 

http://steveberry.org

Aired Jan. 29, 2017

A conversation with farmer and author David Mas Masumoto. Join host Tim Hernandez as he speaks with Mas Masumoto about family, farming and his new book "Changing Seasons: A Father, A Daughter, A Family Farm". 

Aired January 29, 2017

Every rose has its thorn unless you have a good pair of gardening gloves. Join host Denise Rodriguez and Master Gardener Jan Petrzelka and guest Doc Stalker as they discuss rose gardening tips such as how to prune roses properly and where to find beautiful blooms in the desert. 

Aired Jan. 28, 2017

Host Charles Horak discusses The Alliance of Women Film Journalists'  EDA Awards with co-founder Jennifer Merin. The EDA awards recognize the work and contributions done by women and about women, both in front and behind the camera. 

http://awfj.org

Aired Jan. 28, 2017

The El Paso Museum of Art will present the touring exhibition The Harmon and Harriet Kelley Collection of African-American Art: Works on Paper from January 28 to April 16, 2017.

Organized by Landau Traveling Exhibitions of Los Angeles, the show features works from the private collection of Harmon and Harriet Kelley of San Antonio. The 70 works in this exhibition represent a fraction of the Kelley Collection, one of the country’s major private collections of African-American art.

Dr. Patrick Shaw Cable of the El Paso Museum of Art provides the details.

The UTEP Department of Theatre and Dance will host two nights of free events with El Paso native and award-winning playwright Octavio Solis.

On the first night, Feb 2nd, Mr. Solis will talk about life in the theater, El Paso’s influence on his work, and the ‘magic’ in his plays. The second night, Feb 3rd, will consist of a Staged reading of the play Lydia, by Octavio Solis (which UTEP will produce in March of this year), followed a ‘Q and A’ with the playwright.

Assistant Professor of Theatre at UTEP, Kim McKean, previews the events.

Dennis Woo sits in for Louie Saenz. Christopher Potter from the UTEP Human Resources Department is the guest and discusses the 8th Annual UTEP Project Move taking place Saturday March the 4th 2017. 

Aired Jan. 27, 2017

Sunday January 29 at 2pm, El Paso Pro-Musica presents "Bach's Lunch." The broadcasts feature the special Noon Time Concerts offered each Thursday at Noon at the El Paso Museum of Art.

This week, guitarist Jason Vieaux present a program featuring the world's finest Spanish composers.

  A conversation with Jim Hicks. Hicks is an author, blogger, consultant and international activist and speaker. https://hpjmh.com

Aired 1/22/2017

Jeff Sloan of the United States Geological Survey (USGS) is the UAS (Unmanned Aircraft Systems) Project Lead. Unmanned Aircraft Systems are more widely known as drones. The USGS has been using drones for a vairety of reasons including bird census counts, elk surveys, looking for dinosaur prints at White Sands National Monument, and much more. Keith and Jeff have a not-so-secret desire to map golf courses....  

Orginally Aired November 8, 2015

Author, former television host, and native El Pasoan Eva Kirk joins host Louie Saenz to discuss her first novel Paper Dolls God's Little Cut-Ups.

Aired January 22, 2017

Writer and professor Randa Jarrar joins this week's show to discuss her new book, a collection of stories titled "Him, Me, Muhammad Ali". 

The El Paso Spring Home Show returns to the El Paso Convention Center on January 27 – January 29, 2017.

Featuring simple, smart and sustainable living in a gorgeous small space, El Pasoans can walk through a fully furnished and landscaped display to see what the “tiny home” rage is all about. Tiny homes are just a part of the show. 

The Downtown Management District approved the creation of additional grant incentives for downtown property and/or business owners who invest in their properties.

The new incentives consist of an amendment to the current Downtown Commercial Facade Grant Program as well as the addition of three new grant programs that include a Downtown Iconic Signage and Lighting Grant Program as well as a Downtown Mural Grant Program. 

Just because it's the middle of January does not mean it is too early to start planning your spring garden. Join hosts Denise Rodriguez and Jan Petrzelka as they discuss gardening ideas for spring. 

Aired January 21, 2017

For area filmmakers making a movie is only half the battle, the distribution and marketing can be just as or even more difficult, Las Cruces based Borderland Media hoped to bridge the gap between production and distribution. Host Charles Horak discusses with guests Troy Scoughton and David Salcido, partners with Borderland Media who just released a new anthology horror film, "Lady Belladonna's Nightshade". 

Dr. Tom Fullerton, professor of Economics in the College of Business Administration, shares El Paso's Borderplex Economic Outlook to 2018, as well as taking a look into what a Trump administration may mean to our economy.

Sunday January 22 at 2pm, El Paso Pro-Musica presents "Bach's Lunch." The broadcasts feature the special Noon Time Concerts offered each Thursday at Noon at the El Paso Museum of Art.

This week, Jerome Lowenthal and Michael Brown present an “Informance,” filled with Piano Excitement.

Poet Patrick Rosal joins host Daniel Chacón to discuss his latest book of poems "Brooklyn Antediluvian."

Good to Grow's very own Denise Rodriguez and Jan Petrzelka discuss gardening trends for 2017. 

One of the rising stars of the American winemaking industry is making his first visit to El Paso. André Hueston Mack was a sommelier at Thomas Keller’s renowned French Laundry in California’s Napa Valley and has been featured on ABC’s The Taste and CNBC’s Closing Bell on which he was called a “hero in the wine world.” 

Indigo Twilight, the next production in the El Paso Community Foundation Jewel Box Series at the Philanthropy Theatre, is a classical-jazz crossover concert that explores that magical time “when the colors of day dissolve into the mysterious hues and rhythms of the night.” 

Frequent On Film contributor Jeanna Creel returns to the show and joins host Charles Horak to discuss two very different films about women who take control of their lives: Theodore Melfi's "Hidden Figures" and Paul Verhoeven's "Elle."

On this week's Focus on Campus, UTEP Creative Writing department Associate Professor Dr. Jeff Sirkin discusses the El Paso Writers Resist Reading that takes place Sunday January 15, 2017 at the El Paso Downtown public library featuring writers from El Paso.

Alejandro Briseño, University of Massachusetts at Amherst Polymer Science and Engineering, shares the groundbreaking work his research team has achieved through the study of organic and polymer semiconductor single crystals, polymer semiconductor devices and synthesis of novel organic and polymer semiconductors.

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