May 22, 2016
Eric Jacobson from Chillin n’ Grillin joins the show and talks about what it takes to be Tucson’s best Grill Master! He’ll be on stage at Hotel Congress on June 4th for the 2nd Annual Smokin Showdown, a fundraiser for Steele Children’s Research Center.
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May 15, 2016
Fred and Jeff hang out in the studio with Tucson Icon, Austin Agron!
Austin is best known for his catch phrase, “Neighbor, that’s a gonga!” but he is more than just a famous Tucson brand. Check out all the fun!!!
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May 1, 2016
Two weeks, 25 countries, over 100 movies ~ the
Arizona International Film Festival comes to an end. Mia Schnaible rolls through The Best of the Fest with Fred and Jeff.
Michael Guymon from
Sun Corridor, Inc. also talks about their organization for a few minutes.
Also, check out this picture of our awesome board operator, Rhea Jolley!!! Cool blue hair, girl!!!
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April 23, 2016
Friend of the show and new 104.1 broadcaster,
Matt Russell from On the Menu…Live! joins the big show to talk about his show and school the boys on how a real radio guy works.
Arizona International Film Festival is still in full swing and Hilary Linder, director of the film Indivisible, talks about her work and getting to share her experiences in the community.
We finish the show of with a visit from
Ted Ramirez, Tucson’s Official Troubadour! He talks about the history of his story telling and sings a song or two!
Hilary, Matt, Jeff & Ted
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April 17, 2016
Jeff “MIA” Ronstadt is once again MIA.
Fred grabs the
Arizona Theatre Company‘s House Manager, Bill Bethel, and talks with one of the artists performing in the ATC’s latest offering: The Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens and Count Leo Tolstoy: Discord (say that three times fast), Larry Cedar. All sorts of interesting conversation goes on, and maybe something about the play!
The show ends off with a Kindness BANG as Fred talks with
Jeannette Maré about Ben’s Bells!
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April 10, 2016
It’s that time of year, the
Arizona International Film Festival is back in the full swing of things. Mia Schnaible from the Festival talks about the line up and introduces us to Bart Santello who will be showing his micro film, Road Storm and Anna Augustowska who is bringing Our Desert Farms.
Jeff, Mia & Fred
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April 3, 2016
While Fred works hard at the 4th Avenue Street Fair, Jeff goofs off in studio with Jim Hackett, Dean of Students at
Immaculate Heart High School, Joe Dhuey, Event Chairman for the big Centurion Party, Tony Zinman, Local Arts Enthusiast and Kristi Lopez, the 2016 Circle K Teacher of the Year. Jim also talks about the upcoming John M. Roll Memorial Golf Tournament.
All those people just to fill Fred’s shoes…
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March 27, 2016
Bettina Lyons, the newest
Doña and author of “Zeckendorfs and Steinfelds drops by to talk about this venerable group of the Old Pueblo’s Iron Ladies ~ leaders in the community whom have worked tirelessly to make Tucson a better place to live, work and play! : Merchant Princes of the American Southwest”
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March 13, 2016
Fred and Jeff talk with Helen Gomez Bernard, Director of External & Alumni Relations at the
University of Arizona College of Humanities.
Helen chats about the College then introduces the boys to
Dr. Albert Welter, Department Head of East Asian Studies. Dr Welter will be participating in an upcoming lecture series on Buddhism and other fun zen stuff.
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March 6, 2016
What time is it kids???
Tucson Festival of Books is coming!!!
Helene Woodhams and Jennifer Lee Carrell come in to talk about the 8th Annual
TFoB, supporting literacy programs in the Old Pueblo! Authors Chris Gall, Margaret Regan and Jillian Cantor preview the Festival and tell us all about their work.
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