Internationally acclaimed author and artist George Mendoza talks about his whirlwind of a life. His book, Journey of the Spirit Mind, has been nominated for a Pulitzer Prize.
Co-hosts, Shirley Baca and Walt Rubel discuss politics and remind us about the upcoming Animal Companions of Las Cruces Fundraiser at the Fountain Theatre on Sunday, September 18th, along with the Empty Bowls Fundraiser, taking place at St. Paul's United Methodist Church, in October.
The 14th Amendment, passed in 1868, was one of three changes made to the Constitution during the Reconstruction Era designed to ensure that southern states didn’t slip back into their old ways.
The most controversial section these days is probably the provision granting citizenship to anyone born in the country. But, it was a more obscure section that was highlighted in a New Mexico courtroom earlier this month.
Lisa Lucca talks with author and expert hand analyst Pamelah Landers about her new book, Unleashing Your Inner Artist, which offers inspiration, motivation, and permission to infuse creativity into your life.
Stuart Kelter interviews Peter Kapenga, a retired educator and educational administrator, most of whose career took place in the Middle East. Growing up in Oman as the son of missionaries, Peter is a bilingual native speaker of English and Arabic. After teaching English in Cairo and studying advanced Arabic in Jordan, he taught and was subsequently an administrator at the Friends Schools of Ramallah/El-Bireh in the de facto capital of the Palestinian territories and then for another ten years the principal of the Al-Raja school in Bahrain. He currently lives in El Paso with his wife and nearby to his son and two of his grandchildren.
Las Cruces Bulletin publisher Richard Coltharp and writer Mike Cook gave a recap of the week's news and previewed upcoming events as they highlighted articles in the latest edition of the newspaper. They also talked with Christa Fredrickson, director and choreographer of Broadway by Demand and cast members Alli Glover, Noel Windsom and Nolan Winters.
Georgina will talk about her art, her eclectically decorated house and the process + power of keeping things positive. She will be having a solo show, opening at the Unitarian Universalist Church Tombaugh Gallery. Artist, Paul Maxwell will be joining Pete and Walt by phone for part of the segment to discuss this year's "Neighborhood Gallery".
Pete and Walt talk to Coach Heiar about pulling together a team, expectations for the season, and his thoughts on being NMSU's new coach.
Author and cleric, Tom Smith, will discuss an upcoming event for folks fighting alcoholism, his book Poor Tom: Living with Our Limitations, and the recently held Franciscan Arts Fair.
Co-hosts, Peter Goodman and Walt Rubel talk about the local arts scene, Walt's new show and other topical news, as well as taking another dive into the circus of national politics.
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