Week of April 22 - 26, 2013
Week of April 22 - 26, 2013
Here's the rundown for this week's guests
Monday 4/22 - guest host Scott Fybush
Author Douglas Rushkoff talks about his new book "Present Shock," examining the effects of the always-on digital culture on our analog lives.
What's ahead for the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra; we'll talk with incoming RPO board chair Dawn Lipson and RPO board member Debby Wilson. At the end of the hour, we'll also talk to RIT professor Tamar Carroll about this week's screening of the AIDS activism documentary "United in Anger."
Tuesday 4/23 - guest host Scott Fybush
Democrat and Chronicle real estate columnist Edith Lank joins us to take listener questions.
Rochester’s own platinum recording artist Lou Gramm discusses his life and career as his autobiography Juke Box Hero is released—and he celebrates enshrinement in the Rochester Music Hall of Fame and the national Songwriters’ Hall of Fame
Wednesday 4/24 - guest host Scott Fybush
U of R professor John Tarduno joins us to talk about his RMSC "Science on the Edge" lecture tonight on "Crocodiles at the Poles: Viewing the Past and Future Ice-free Arctic." Later in the hour, we'll talk to Maude Barlow, national chairperson of the Council of Canadians, about her speaking tour calling for more attention to the potential crisis of low water levels in the Great Lakes, which comes to Rochester April 25.
Tom Proietti joins us for our regular chat about media, and to talk about his retirement from more than 40 years of teaching at St. John Fisher College.
Thursday 4/25 - guest host Scott Fybush
Home improvement expert Jerry Ludwig joins us to take listener calls.
Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-Oregon) is a noted expert on transportation and a speaker in the "Reshaping Rochester" lecture series on April 29. He'll join us from Washington to talk about his upcoming talk with Louise Slaughter, "Transit Talks," which will address issues ranging from high-speed rail to bicycle and pedestrian transportation in his hometown of Portland.
Friday 4/26 – guest host Scott Fybush
Kate Bennett, president of the RMSC, joins us to talk about the final weekend of “Race: Are We So Different” and what the community has learned. Then, a weekend arts preview with directors from the Rochester International Film Festival and festival director Josephine Perini, and students from the School of the Arts production of “Avenue Q.” SOTA assistant principal Alan Tirre and “Avenue Q: School Edition” artistic director Lorie Dewey will be our guests for that segment along with the students.
Retired Family Court judge Anthony Sciolino, a Catholic deacon, joins us to talk about his controversial new book, “The Holocaust, the Church and the Law of Unintended Consequences” and the role of the Catholic Church leading up to the Holocaust.
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