This week Fred and Jeff spend the hour with Dennis Arnold and a few pints of Mocha Java Stout at the Barrio Brewing Company. We cannot be held responsible for what happened…..
Fred and Jeff spend the hour with Gina Murphy-Darling, also known as Mrs. Green.
She’s put out a new book, Your Mother Called (Mother Earth): You’d Better Call Her Back!, showing us how we can take simple, every day actions to help be better shepherds of out resources.
Lots-o-stuff going on in the Old Pueblo this week as Fred and Jeff have a little bit of fun at Saint Cecilia Studio, located in the Heart of our Downtown on Congress Street. Caitlin Jensen from the Downtown Tucson Partnership is on hand as well!
Up first is Stephen Wrentmore from the Arizona Theater Company who talks about Romeo and Juliet, the next show opening at the Temple of Music and Art. It’s also the first time ATC has ever produced this member of the Bard’s collection.
The Brothers Ronstadt then talk with two authors being featured at the Tucson Festival of Books, beginning this coming weekend on the campus of the University of Arizona. Elizabeth Gunn is up first and we finish the Show with Chris Gall.
Dave Greene, lifelong friend of Jeff, is in the studio to dish all the dirt on Fred’s poor brother!
Not really, he’s here to talk about Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tucson!
Liz Baker and Kathleen Bethel from the Southern Arizona Regional Science and Engineering Fair join the program as well. They don’t have any Jeff stories, but they do have wonderful stories about some of the brightest kid in Southern Arizona!!!
Jeff takes the reins of the big show this week and talks with Dr. Angela Wolfman from Great Grins, and Pete Schwarz, of the Autism Society of Southern Arizona. They work to help children with autism keep their teeth health ~ it is National Dental Health Month after all.
Also on the grand ol’ program are Andrew Messing and Claudine Messing from the Steven M. Gooter Foundation. They explain what’s being done to help fight sudden cardiac death!!!
This Valentine’s Day, celebrate the holiday with a little romance novel written by our guest, Sabrina Devonshire! Fred and Jeff are hanging out a Saint Cecilia Studios in our very hip Downtown with Ms. Devonshire who talks about her romance series and a whole lot more. Caitlin Jensen from the Downtown Tucson Partnership is on hand too to talk about all the fun going on in the Heart of Tucson!!!
Michael Ward, author of “Ghost Riders in the Sky: The Life of Stan Jones, The Singing Ranger,” is in studio to talk about the book, the song and the ranger who crafted such great western music!
Fred and Jeff spend Sunday morning with Ray Lindstrom, Tucson media legend and an inductee to the Arizona Broadcaster’s Hall of Fame. Ray and a friend created the first record label in Tucson, named Zoom Records, and recorded a famous Ronstadt cousin!
This week on the big show the Brothers Ronstadt get to sit down with one of Tucson’s great icons, Dr. John P. Schaefer. Dr. Schaefer’s contributions to the Old Pueblo are varied and significant and explored in a way only Fred and Jeff manage!