Week of December 24 - 28, 2012

Week of December 24 - 28, 2012

Weekdays 12pm-2pm

Here's the rundown for this week's guests

Monday 12/24

NO SHOW—1370 Connection takes a holiday as WXXI presents special seasonal programming

 

Tuesday 12/25

NO SHOW—1370 Connection takes a holiday as WXXI presents special seasonal programming

 

Wednesday 12/26

Hr. 1

WXXI's Juan Vasquez will share eyewitness impressions of the tragic fire and shooting scene in Webster...and area state assemblyman Mark Johns, whose 135th district includes the scene, will call in.

(MCC business professor and personal investment expert Joe Marchese, originally scheduled for the 26th in the first hour, will join us live, answers your questions, and reviews the year in the markets on January 2 in the first hour.)


Hr. 2

During the first half hour. Marist Institute of Opinion Research director Dr. Lee Miringoff reviews the year in politics and assesses the public's mood as 2012 comes to an end, and 2013 begins
In the second half hour, Action for a Better Community's director of planning and evaluation Aaron Wicks, who is also a
volunteer fire protective and a friend of one of the victims now hospitalized as a result of the shootings, will share his perspecive

 

Thursday 12/27

Hr. 1

Journalist Sean Lahman, recognized master of database mining, shows us what a look at the patents Eastman Kodak is selling can tell us about the one-time imaging giant’s past, present and possible future

Hr. 2

Rochester and the Finger Lakes take this year’s top prize in state development help; Mark Peterson of Greater Rochester Enterprise tells us what to look forward to

 

Friday 12/28

Hr. 1

Art Spiegelman, the pioneer of the graphic novel, discusses his art (recorded; broadcast rescheduled from 12/18)

Hr. 2

What to expect from the year ahead; futurist Gerald Celente, founder of the Trends Research Institute and publisher of Trends Journal, joins us on the line from his headquarters in the Hudson Valley

 

All programs originate live in our studios unless otherwise indicated. Schedules are subject to change in response to breaking news. Pre-recorded programming may be replaced with live content on short notice.

 

 

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The Christmas Eve shooting in Webster

Mr Smith: responding (or non-responding) to the tragedy in Webster, Assemblyman Mark Johns, when asked about the issue of gun control by Beth Adams on Christmas day, said we should wait for the event to play itself out. A non-answer from a politician, again. These dead firefighters were bravely doing their jobs. The response from Mr Johns is a cowardly mockery of their sacrifice (on Christmas). We should be appalled. We need to throw men (I am reluctant to use this word: I hear no evidence of humanity) like this out of office. Is a recall election possible? Enough is enough.