August 31, 2007

Full Show - More than you bargained for ~ the best part of getting just enough of a good thing, is that you still want more when you're done.

Intoduction - Tyrus gives you the lineup for today's show, and reminds us of the 10th annual Flagstaff Open Studios. This year the Open Studios will be September 15th and 16th. For more information, go to Flagstaff Arts website.

Tony Norris - Tells us the story of a famous Gene Autry song written by Smiley Burnette while driving down Oak Creek Canyon. You will have to watch the segment to find out which one it is!
News - With Kevin Elston and Mary Jane Peters this week - tell us a lot of things are goin on here in Flagstaff. We think you're going to get a kick out of our newest member of the news team, Cody Dugan.
George Breed - George Breed, Ph.D. is a psychologist, a psychotherapist, and dynamic presenter of workshops concerning the application of martial, spiritual, and healing art principles to daily life. Find out what what a real Texas Shish Kabob looks like.
James Jay - Takes us on a wonderful adventure with the work of Robert Bly.
Brian Benham - Performs a number to be released on his new CD next month. We think you're going to find unique, inspiring and engaging. His unique style is in a class all by itself. Check out his myspace.

Weather - Billy Ray still refuses to come back into the studio, so we caught him out our second story window. It wasn't bad... He did a short interview with David Grandon about the sidewalk chalk art contest September 1st, at Wheeler Park.



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