Peter and Walt speak with Cathy Cooke and Greg White, organizers of an art show and tribute to Phil Ochs, a folk singer and artist from the 1950s and 60s, that will be held at the Unitarian-Universalist Church (January 7 - January 20, 2024).
Walt and Peter speak with Dr. Margaret Goehring, an art professor at NMSU who will be giving a presentation on the art of China (The Art of China), dating back all the way to 1200 BCE this month for the Academy for Learning in Retirement.
Co-hosts Walt Rubel and Peter Goodman talk about items in the news, local and national.
Walt Rubel and Peter Goodman hosts a revolving party of other local KTAL radio show hosts. In connection to KTAL's Open House (3-6 on Sunday, 10 December), they chat with other hosts on KTAL about their shows, what they like about KTAL and about doing their radio shows, how they got here, etc. We hope to introduce some "Speak Up, Las Cruces!" listeners who may not have listened to other shows to the breadth and variety of those shows, which include a variety of types of music, other local discussion shows, poetry, how to maximize your potential by living the life you really mean to life, and hearing from the usually unheard. It's controlled chaos, with some folks on the phone and some in-studio, and discussions ranging from a few minutes to 15-20 minutes.
Co-hosts Walt Rubel and Peter Goodman discuss items in the news, both local and national.
Daisy and Walt speak with Paul Gessing, president of the Rio Grande Foundation and frequent Sun-News columnist, on his group’s opposition to an effort by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham to ban the sale of most gas cars in New Mexico by 2032.
Walt and Daisy speak with Dr. James Conca, a trustee at Washington State University and former director of the monitoring and research center for the WIPP, an underground facility near Carlsbad where low-level nuclear waste is stored. He was a recent presenter for the Academy for Learning in Retirement’s October series on “Nuclear New Mexico.”
Co-hosts Walt Rubel and Daisy Maldonado discuss items in the news, local and national.
Peter and Walt talk to Daniel Williams about the rash of questionable police killings in Las Cruces and both state law and local procedures dealing with justifiable homicide by law-enforcement officers.
Peter and Walt talk with Dr. Romero-Olivares about her climate-change talk scheduled for 28 November at the Rio Grande Theater, titled: “Fungi Under Global Climate Change and Impacts to our Ecosystems".
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