In The Studio - Davis Art Center

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Lin Weaver hosts Rachel Hartsough, Creatve Director, and Shelly Gilbride, Special Projects Coordinator, of the Davis Art Center.

Topics discussed include: Momentum: Art in Action/Creativity in Motion, a new art exhibit at the Davis Art Center.

In The Studio - Good Life Garden

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Lin Weaver hosts Christina Reyes, Landscape Architect, and Pat Stoffel, Garden Specialist, of the UC Davis Good Life Garden, an edible garden.

In The Studio - Kim Stanley Robinson

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Ron Clement hosts Kim Stanley Robinson, local writer of great Science-Fiction.

Topics include: how Stan wound up in Davis, why science fiction, his process and more!

Bee-a-thon 2013 Live!

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Today is the day... the third annual Bee-a-Thon, 12 pm - 12 am PST. You can watch the broadcast online at You can also tune in for segments on KDRT 95.7 FM and DCTV Channel 15 (2pm - 4pm). Over 20 guests from around the world, plus the fund raiser luncheon at Monticello Restaurant and the after party (The BATMAP) in the back lot of DMA. It's going to be a simply Melliferus affair!

In The Studio - Juneteenth

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Lin Weaver hosts Jay Johnstone, Davis Branch Library Manager.

Topics discussed include: The celebration of Juneteenth 2013.  This observance commemorates the emancipation of slaves in Texas on June 1919, 1865. The interview covers the celebration in Davis on June 22nd at the Veteran's Center.  Also included are images from the state library and readings from African American Poets.

In The Studio - California Native Grasslands Association

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Autumn Labbe-Renault hosts Diane Crumley, Administrative Director, and Drew Rayburn, Board Member, both of the California Native Grasslands Association.

Topics discussed include: why grasslands matter and what is being done to preserve them.

Populist Dialogues - 13-29 The Monopolists Rule I

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Guest David Cay Johnston, a prize winning investigative reporter and author of a trilogy of books on tax policy (his most recent is The Fine Print, How Big Companies Use “Plain English” To Rob You Blind) talks about how changes in the national and local tax systems has been gamed to benefit those who have the most already at the expense of all the rest of us. This is part 1 of a 2 part series.

Populist Dialogues - 13-26 TPP Corporate Coup and Access to Medicines

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Our guests today present about the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the “free trade” agreement which President Obama has been negotiating for 3 years in secret. Oregon Fair Trade Campaign Director Elizabeth Swager gives us a broad overview of the agreement, how is has been negotiated and why it needs to be opposed while Force Positive Coordinator (Cascade Aids Project)'s Benjamin Gerritz talks in a very personal way about how this agreement could impact the availability of generic HIV drugs as well as other medicines.

Populist Dialogues - 13-24 Judicial Review and the 28th Amendment

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Thom Hartmann progressive talk show host and author of about 20 books, including Unequal Protections, The Rise of Corporate Dominance and the Theft of Human Rights, addresses the need for a 28th constitutional amendment to end the legal doctrines that Money is Speech and Corporations Are People. He calls America's governing structure a constitutional monarchy and describes how we moved there from a constitutional democracy.


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