May 23, 2008

Full Show - Bike and snow and voting ...oh my~ From the Grand Canyon snow this week to a profile from Tuba City, from biking to work to crepes, from the Flintstones to casting your vote ~ this weeks show is everywhere.

Full Show - Bigfoot BBQ...Mayor-elect, Sara Presler-Hoefle gives her short speech on hearing the results. AND we are celebrating our 2nd anniversary show AND it is snowing here on the Friday of Memorial Day weekend ~ 2008.

Intro -.Mayor-elect, Sara Presler-Hoefle celebrates her victory and notes the historic import of thie occasion. She is the first woman Mayor of Flagstaff and quite possible the youngest.
News - For this 2nd anniversary fest of local folk from oour "little town by the big mountain" Tyrus is joined on stage at Charly's by Tony Norris and James Jay, our poetry and WORD correspondent... and how about the weather this week? We set records for heat on Monday and Tuesday and cold, with snow, on Friday! Yeeehawwww!

Bill Vernieu - A cowboy singer from way back, Bill does the Cowboy Campfire revue with Tony Norris every year up in the Zane Grey room here at the Weatherford Hotel.

HIP - Flagstaff's newest and healthiest, restaurant opened its doors this week. HIP, a vegan restaurant, served up its first salad and spun out a few smoothies in their new eatery at 117 S. San Francisco St. Hooray for another restaurateur choosing the Southside !!!

Sam & Henry Taylor - Our hosts and the owners of the Weatherford Hotel give us a moment to wish us good luck as we begin our third year. Without their gracious hospitality you would not even be readuing this. We owe them a debt of gratitude. Thank you.

Ally Jay - our "Siren of the Mountain" offers a number that has her own special sauce. Ally is a gem of these parts and we are proud that she came down and helped us celebrate.

Kimberly Ott - Stopped by to wish the show a big congratulations AND, of course, give us the election results from this week.

Dr. Michael Falk - Stopped by to remind us about the Flagstaff Friends of Traditional Music's upcoming "Pickin in the Pines" fete scheduled for September and rollout a fine mandolin tune in the process.

James Jay - Has been with this show since very near its inception. He is not only the Northern Arizona Bookfest guru, but he is also our poetry and literature coorespondent for the only semi-regular lit offering via electronic ANYTHING in NAZ!!!

Jean Rukkila - A treasure of a mind, and part of the cadre of local writer philosophs contributing to the Letters From Home column in Flagstaff Live.

Tony Norris - Interviews Sue Norris, our "Cautiously Optimistic Mountain Gardener" abou the weather, seeds, the soil out in Doney Park this year and all that green thumb jazz Sue is so mad about.

Sara - Ms. Mayor-elect answers a couple candid questions by AZ Daily Sun's politico pundit Joe Ferguson at the Bigfoot BBQ celebration take us out this week.



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