February 28, 2016
Fred and Jeff hang out at the Tucson Metro Chamber, waiting for someone to pay attention to them!
Fortunately, they were able to hang out with Mike Varney, the President & CEO as well as Lori Banzhaf, Executive Vice President, and find out what the Metro Chamber is doing to help everyone in the Old Pueblo!
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February 21, 2016
Friend of the show and super-awesome historian, Jim Turner, returns to the grand ol’ program to tell tales of the old west.
Fred and Jeff learn the story lines on the television series Bonanza where all true!!!!
Check out Jim and all the stuff he’s up to at his website.
From Jim Turner after the show: I think we were talking about what happened at the mountain man rendezvous and I said I had a good quote:
“The rendezvous was a fantasy, a saturnalia. Everything swam in a cedarred haze of raw corn liquor and thousands of campfires and the Indians dancing around them all night, the incessant racing of the horses against spotted Indian ponies, the gambling games carried out wherever a blanket could be thrown.” —Frank Waters, The Colorado, 1946
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February 14, 2016
Sex with Strangers!
Do we have your attention? We should, since this is the current offering at Arizona Theatre Company partnered with the kids at the Stray Cat Theatre. Fred talks with Artistic Director Ron May as well as Heather Lee Harper and Tyler Eglan who fire up the stage.
Fred and Jeff then talk with Christine Szuter, Executive Director of the Amerind Foundation and Museum in Dragoon, Arizona! Established in 1937, the Amerind Foundation and Museum seeks to foster and promote knowledge and understanding of the Native Peoples of the Americas through research, education, and conservation.
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February 7, 2016
The Maven of KXCI Community Radio, Bridgitte Thum, joins Fred this week to talk about all the cool stuff going on in the Old Pueblo!
Broadcasting from the Historic Charles O. Brown House in the Heart of Tucson, Bridgitte and Fred talk with the kids from Borderlands Theater and their upcoming production, Barrio Stories.
There will be a preview of these moving stories at the Playground Bar & Lounge, this Wednesday the 10th, sponsored by the Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry!
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January 31, 2016
Fred starts of the show co-hosting with our producer Rhea and a tasty Bloody Maria!
Jeff shows up eventually and they interview Dr. Joaquin Ruiz, Head of the University of Arizona College of Science.
Dr. Ruiz talks about the current College of Science Lecture Series: Earth Transformed.
Check out this cool link showing our (human’s) place in the universe!!!
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January 24, 2016
In our ongoing struggle to learn all about compassion, Fred and Jeff host the Executive Director for the Center for Compassion Studies, Leslie Langbert to the grand ol’ program!
Leslie talks about the programs offered through the University of Arizona and introduces us to one of the lecturers of the Conversations in Compassion series being presented by the College of Behavior Sciences, Professor Michael Gill, Chairperson of the U of A’s Department of Philosophy.
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January 17, 2016
David Alan Anderson & Kim Staunton
We are LIVE in studio with cast members from the Arizona Theatre Company‘s newest production, Pulitzer Prize winner and Tony Award recipient, Fences, by August Wilson.
David Alan Anderson and Kim Staunton talk about the play and how this masterwork touches on universal themes that are relevant even today.
Also, Pyro Blaze from our hometown Tucson Roller Derby fills us in on the season opener!!!
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January 10, 2016
Guest host Tiana Ronstadt joins Jeff this week to talk about the great things going on in the Old Pueblo!
Billy Mordka, Tournament Director of the Tucson Association of Realtors Shootout talks about the upcoming swarm of youth soccer players heading for our home town.
Then, Tom Dunn, Director of the Southern office of the Arizona Builders Alliance, is full of all sorts of fun information about what’s going on with the ABA in the Tucson region.
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January 3, 2016
Jeff is once again replaced by the wonderful Bridgitte Thum. Bridgitte has her own radio program and podcast on KXCI Community Radio!
Fred and Bridgitte host several of Tucson’s funny folk and have a disjointed and hysterical conversation about the Old Pueblo’s comedy scene. They are joined by Jacob Breckenridge, Nancy Stanley, Mo Urbane and Bridgitte’s best friend, Mike Sterner.
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December 20, 2015
Friend of the Show and highly regarded local historian, Jim Turner, returns to the big show, talking about Christmas in Tucson and all the fun shenanigans our forefather got themselves into!!! Jim is the author of Arizona: A celebration of the Grand Canyon State and the soon to be released travel guide of the Colorado River.
Arizona: A Celebration of the Grand Canyon State
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