April 25, 2008

Full Show - This week we start off with a little footage we shot this week on the West Fork Trail down Sedona way and end up spending a bit of time at the Bookfest. BUT ~ our pride this week needs to be the segment with Phyllis Hogan from Winter Sun Trading Co.

Intro - Tyrus took a hike up the West Fork Trail and came back with some inspiring sights. This segment is short and without comment. We think the dynamic landscape speaks for itself.
News - Angela Cooper from Blackhound Gallery is here with us again this week as we crash the amazingly literate crowd over at the Orpheum. Yes, the Bookfest is in town and is it sizzlin. We walked away with a summer's worth of reading and free T's from Bookmans.

Eagle 103.7 - We thought we'd give the audience a little heads up on upcoming debut of KNAU's Poverty With A View series. Poverty with a View is a first-of-its-kind collaboration between National Public Radio and a local, NPR member station. Through NPR’s Local News Initiative, KNAU’s local news team is working with an NPR producer (Cindy Carpien, who also produced KNAU’s award-winning Edge of the Rez in 2006),

Kimberly Ott - Our Siren from City Hall gives us a well deserved and much appreciated primer on the do's and wherefore's of these mail in election ballots. I'm glad she did; just saved a postage stamp..

Flagstaff Cultural Partners - Elizabeth Vogler gives us the rundown for this month from the friendly folks at the Flagstaff Cultural Partners.

Keri Joy Thomas - Our youngest correspondent gives us a book report. for this bookish and happy "last show in April" Everyone is reading!!!

Tony Norris - tells us a story of God's bread. That's all the set up we're willing to give you on this. It makes your heart glad. Happy Spring~

Phyllis Hogan - From Winter Sun Trading Co. Is a local ethnobotanist, in these parts for three decades now. And in this segment she launches what we know will be a memorable, informative and exciting catalogue of visits to the plant people who live in our hood. She begins with the root of the Oregon Grape.




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