July 18, 2008

Full Show - The West is burning This week's show is dedicated to those brave souls who put themselves at hazard to save homes and protect the lives of neighbors and friends in this most civic of acts ~ firefighting.

Eagle 103.7 - We dropped in by the Eagle to see what Rob and Sam might have cooked up with Ryan and Penelope from Flagstaff Live ~ what sort of important events they might be able to recommend.

Jim Wheeler - Flagstaff's Deputy Fire Chief Jim Wheeler joins our show this week tom talk about fire safety issues and the forest ~ how maintaining the lands near your home help improve your preparedness and imcrease your chances of saving your home ~or your life ~ in case of a wildfire.

Heather Ainardi - Of the Flagstaff Convention and Visitors Bureau gives us the update on a great family event happening this weekend out at Foxglen Park ~ The 11th Annual ARIZONA HIGHLAND CELTIC FESTIVAL!

Jamescita Peshlakai - Our Native American News from Northern Arizona Correspondent Interviews Melinda O'Daniel from Seeds of Harmony. Melinda just finished conducting an eco-workshop for 28 middle school kids out at the Dine' College in Tsaile ~ the reviews from the College and the community have been awfully positive. Thanks Melinda!

Tony Norris - Has Julie Sullivan as his guest this week. Julie is an old friend, a lifetime member of Flagstaff Friends of Traditional Music, who is promoting a musical event this weekent at the Coconino Center For The Arts ~ Claire Lynch
Claire Lynch is one of the classiest acts in bluegrass today, capable of turning bona fide classics like Jimmy Martin's "Hey Lonesome" and the Osborne Brothers' "Up This Hill And Down" into her own even as she pays homage to the brilliance of the originals. Her infinitely expressive voice has earned her guest appearances with the likes of Dolly Parton, but it's best heard in front of her own band-anchored by senior member and award-winning guitarist Jim Hurst, it has recently incorporated underrated fiddle and mandolin player Jason Thomas and redoubtable bassist Mark Schatz, most recently of Nickel Creek. That's a formidable lineup, and Lynch wisely gives them plenty of room to shine, but in the end, it's her sensibilities-and talents-that shape the sound into one delicious whole. -JON WEISBERGER

Taymar Pixley - A Citizen Journalist from Santa Barbara California sent this compelling story to us this week. It involves some "unexpected heros" in the battles of the blaze.

 

 

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