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June 18, 2013
Interview with Professor of American Studies and History at Yale University, Matthew Frye Jacobson February 11th, 2012 (2012-02-10) On the program, Professor of American Studies and History at Yale University, Matthew Frye Jacobson, talks about the early arrival of Irish immigrants to the country in the 1800's and 1900's and how they were viewed by American. He talks about the evolution of racial discourse at the time and how that affected how "white" someone was considered.
Interview with Poet Sheila Black February 4th, 2012 (2012-02-03) Poet and Editor Sheila Black discusses the new anthology "Beauty is A Verb: The new Poetry of Disability". She discusses how the contributors defined themselves through their writing, how the book came to be and what she thinks it will do in changing perceptions about disabled individuals. Also, Commentator Jackye Meinecke talks about what you can do now to prepare for the upcoming planting season.
Interview with Gourd Artist, Joanna Bradley January 28th, 2012 (2012-01-27) On the program, Gourd Artist Joanna Bradley talks about how she began in advertising, creating gourd art and her role in Artforms.
Encore Interview with Poet and Assistant Professor at NMSU, Carmen Gimenez Smith December 10th, 2011 (2011-12-09) We feature an encore broadcast of the interview with Poet Carmen Gimenez Smith who recently won the 2011 American Book Award for Nonfiction work for her memoir "Bring Down the Little Birds"
Part 2 of the interview with Historian and Professor Emeritus, Clarence Fielder December 3rd, 2011 (2011-12-02) On this program, Historian and Professor Emeritus Clarence Fielder talks about his life as a teacher and educator. He talked about the importance of the Phillips Chapel in the community and what it mean for the African American Community. There will be a fundraiser concert on Friday, December 9th for the restoration of the Phillips Chapel. More information at 646-2560.
Part 1 of the interview with Historian and Professor Emeritus, Clarence Fielder November 26th, 2011 (2011-11-23) On the program, Historian and Professor Emeritus Clarence Fielder talks about his days growing up in Las Cruces, what is was like for the African American population during a time of segregation, his familial roots and more.
Interview with Beth O'Leary, Anthropology Professor and Treasurer of the Phillips Chapel Restoration November 19th, 2011 (2011-11-18) On the program, we begin a series of interview about the Phillips CME Chapel in Las Cruces. This week, Dr. Beth O'leary, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at NMSU and Treasurer of the Phillips Chapel Restoration, talks about the history and significance of the oldest African American chapel in Las Cruces. She spoke about the challenges of restoring a 100 year old adobe church and what it means to our town.
Interview with Hale Huber and Dr. Jose Frias from the Las Cruces/Lerdo Sister Cities Committees November 12th, 2011 (2011-11-11) On the program, Hale Huber, the chair of the Las Cruces/Lerdo Sister Cities Committee and Dr. Jose Frias, the President of the Lerdo Sister Cities Committee, talk about the importance of having the relationships between the two cities, what that contributes to each community, and some of the challenges of having a border between the two.
Part 2 of Interview with Allen Oliver, the CEO of the New Mexico Green Chamber November 5th, 2011 (2011-11-08) On Part 2 of my interview with Allen Oliver, CEO of the New Mexico Green Chamber, he talks about the importance of Green jobs in the state, the bills that went before the state legislature that passed and the ones that didn't, how green jobs can help New Mexico and what he sees as important steps to take in order for us to make the most out of the unlimited resource of sun and wind. Also, Images Gardening expert Jackye Meinecke talks about the garden chores to be done for the winter.
Interview with Allen Oliver, CEO of the New Mexico Green Chamber October 29th, 2011 (2011-10-28) On the program, CEO of the New Mexico Green Chamber, Allen Oliver, talks about his background in Economic Development and how that applies to his work with the Green Chamber. He spoke about the functioning of the chamber, how it networks statewide businesses and the point of the Triple Bottom Line.
Interview with author Darlin Neal October 22nd, 2011 (2011-10-21) On the program, New Mexico Author Darlin Neal talks about her early years as a single mother and aspiring author. She explains how she began writing, how she developed her skill and what she does to inspire her students to do the same.
Interview with Azadeh Osanloo and Johnathan Schwartz October 15th, 2011 (2011-10-14) On the program, NMSU Professors Azadeh Osanloo and Johnathan Schwartz discuss bullying. They talk about where bullies come from, how one becomes a bully, how to address victims of bullying and more. They are holding a two day workshop on bullying, this Friday, October 21st and Saturday, October 22nd at the Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum.
Interview with Maria Flores and Rory Measure from the Children's Reading Foundation of Dona Ana County October 8th, 2011 (2011-10-07) On the program, Board President of the Children's Reading Foundation of Dona Ana, Maria Flores, and Rory Measure, outreach and publicity coordinator, talk about the need to read to young children. They talk about the programs available, the partnerships made and what we can do to help increase the chances for everyone to read to their kids for 20 minutes or more a day. Also on the program, Images Gardening expert Jackye Meinecke talks about preparing for winter.
Interview with Denali Wilson from the Safe Haven Project and Ghana Serve and Learn October 1st, 2011 (2011-09-30) On the program, Denali Wilson from the Safe Haven Project, talks about her experiences with the attendees of the Safe Haven Camp, where kids with HIV and AIDS can go to be themselves. She also talked about her two weeks in Ghana where she assisted in a public health initiative for young people.
Interview with Rabbi Larry Karol from Temple Beth El in Las Cruces September 24th, 2011 (2011-09-27) On the program, the newly appointed Rabbi of Temple Beth El in Las Cruces, Larry Karol, talks about his rabbinical studies and his approach to service in the Jewish Community. Rabbi Karol talks about his musical background and how he incorporates music into his weekly services at Temple Beth El.
Interview with photographer Steve Bailey and Jewelry Designer Sandy Clover September 17th, 2011 (2011-09-16) On the program, photographer Steve Bailey and Jewelry Designer Sandy Clover talk about their work, their membership in the Artists of Picacho Hills and their upcoming event taking place on Sunday, September 18th from 11 to 4pm.
Interview with New Mexico writer Lee K. Abbott September 10th, 2011 (2011-09-09) On the program, New Mexico native Lee K. Abbott talks about his southwestern roots and how those surface throughout his short stories. He talks about his growing up in Las Cruces, his studies at New Mexico State University and how he approaches his writing.
Interview with Artists Nancy Frost Begin and Mark Hohnstreiter September 3rd, 2011 (2011-09-02) On the program, Plein Air artists Nancy Frost Begin and Mark Hohnstreiter talk about the upcoming Plein Air Competition in Las Cruces. They talk about their experiences as painters, what they appreciate about the landscape in New Mexico, and how much they enjoy the Plein Air Competition. It is part of the Dona Ana Arts Council's Color Las Cruces celebration September 9th and 10th. Commentator Jackye Meinecke says there is still some summer heat to have before we enjoy the fall temperatures.
Encore of Interview with photographer Alan Solomon Part 2 August 27th, 2011 (2011-08-27) We feature an encore presentation of Part 2 of the interview with Photographer Alan Solomon
Encore Interview with photographer Alan Solomon August 20th, 2011 (2011-08-20) On the program, we feature an encore edition of the interview with Photographer Alan Solomon.
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