January 25 , 2008

Full Show - It is a great show this week folks. Plenty of variety and plenty of sights around town. This week we go all the way from Olsen's Grain and Yhe Museum Club on the East Side ~ all the way out to the Flagstaff Nordic Center on the the other side of the mountain. And we have specials and guests that you will be sure to remember.

Intoduction - Tyrus starts our Friday with a visit to THE PLACE many people from the country around Flagstaff stop in, when they come to town, for feeds, provisions, tack and important hardware items for their animals; cattle, horse and pets ~ Olsen's Grain.

News - Tyrus and Joey give us the round up of the haps here on the southern slope of our favorite mountain. If you're looking for Mary Jane...she's shopping again.
Cody Dugan This week, by some odd etherial convolutions, Cody and Joey end up at the Museum Club. Is there a place in Flagstaff that doesn't believe they have ghosts?
Eagle 103.7 The Rob and Sam Morning Show - Ryan is out with a bit of a cold this morning so we join Rob and Sam with Penelope from Flagstaff Live for the Friday Flagstaff Morning Show. Get Well Soon Ryan!!!

Heather from the Flagstaff Convention and Visitors Center meets up with Joey at the Flagstaff Nordic Center. We did a piece on them last year you may want to check out. Click here!

The Cripple of Inishman NAU Theatre has been invited to bring the play to LA as part of the Kennedy Festival this year! Congrads.

Keri Joy Thomas - Ouor very own kid reporter gives us some smart tips on the best way to wrestle up some head gear!

Kathleen McGeever - Chair of the Theatre Department at NAU, is the newest addition to our reporter pool. This month she pays a visit to Theatrikos and gives us a fine interview with Theatrikos managing Director ~ Lynn Spence. Rumor has it they are on the verge on Macbeth for February. Should be amazing.

Tony Norris - Tony has a great opportunity to sit down with Dr. Henry Poore. The Doc is a published author (Lessons Remembered: Memoirs of an Audacious Country Doctor) as well as a slice of Americana - Flagstaff Style. We think you'll find some of his recollections of old Flagstaff fascinating.

Sign Off - Tyrus says auieu from the old telephone exchance here in the Weatherford Hotel. Few people realize, and fewer still actually remember, that the first telephone exchange was housed here ~ back in 1909.

 

 

 

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