Violinist Soovin Kim is appearing this week at various venues in performance with the Northwest Bach Festival 15. He spoke with Verne Windham this morning, to introduce himself and talk about what he'll be doing for the festival. For more information on his appearances, visit the Northwest Bach Festival website.
The Modern Theater Spokane will present the U.S. premier of Daniel McIvor's play Best Brothers opening this Friday evening and running through Sunday, March 22. Director George Green and actor Dave Rideout spoke with Verne Windham during the Wednesday morning program to introduce the play to the community.
Medical marijuana activists are reacting to Tuesday’s verdict in federal court in Spokane, in which three people were convicted of growing marijuana in a state where medical and recreational marijuana are legal. The three defendants were found guilty of growing marijuana, but not on the scale the federal prosecution maintained. They were also acquitted of charges related to selling marijuana, and possession of firearms.
Kari Boiter of the group American for Safe Access, says the fact the jury acquitted the defendants on four out of five charges meant they knew the truth.
Conservation groups filed a lawsuit against the U-S Department of Agriculture Tuesday over killing wolves in Washington state. The state is home to 13 packs, which threaten livestock in some communities.
Tesoro Savage wants to ship crude oil from the Port of Vancouver, Washington, which the city has come out against. Now, the city of Spokane wants in on the conversation. Last Friday Spokane Mayor David Condon filed an intervention petition with site evaluators in the state. The Energy Facility Sight Evaluation Council (EFSEC) coordinates the licensing for facilities like power plants and shipping terminals.
Before you start reading this description, get us some whiskey and cigars (please); Kevin from the future settles the “the title is meant ironically” issue for this episode; Francis McBellhop, new in the cubicles, receives his first bitter taste of Office Politics; Morten Gould discusses putting Descartes before the horse; thanks to your local church basement rental program, the Awkward Club is meeting tonight; Wendy Divan offers an Ersatz Vacation to Moses Lake, Washington that is less than half twice the hassle of swimming with dolphins; we find out how Hans and Jacques, the European phil
Cecile Ganteaume, Curator, Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI), Washington, DC and Multi-Media Artist and Colville Confederated Tribal Member Joe Feddersen spoke with Verne Windham on Friday morning about the Museum of Arts and Culture's three-days of special programs focusing on American Indian Basketry.
Tony and Kevin discuss ways for you to give them your money; Cornelius Faust, Mad Scientist with an MFA, remembers his first great fictional love; Paradise Lost author John Milton discusses ways for broadcasters to give him more money; a live broadcast of a private therapy session with Dr.
The next session on the docket for Take 5 is another group of five episodes from Spokane locals Tony Flinn and Kevin Decker. Men in Charge is an unpredictable radio show sharing adventures, misadventures, and the many uses of bacon in radio. If you missed the first five episodes, you can get caught up by checking out the podcasts below.