The Morning Show Nov 18 – 22

I’m typing this from a Cosi coffee shop in Washington, DC.  I hate chains but it was Cosi or Starbucks so I opted for Cosi.  Actually, the folks here are very nice and have not objected to my squatting for nearly two hours over 1 small coffee.  I dropped William off at the Smithsonian Museum at 11 where he met a friend so I’m here until he’s ready to go home.

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Expect the unexpected – including last-minute guest additions to the lineup.

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Monday –

6 – 6:30 – Weekend news recap.

8 – Ronald Cohen of Public Water Now discusses the push to buy out Cal-Am.

8:30 – Vicki Nichols Goldstein, Founder and Executive Director of the Colorado Ocean Coalition shares innovative ways that she and other activists are trying to save our dying seas.

Tuesday –

7 – 7:30 – Michelle Jackson and the P.G. Perspective.

7:45 – Holistic health with Glenn Sadowsky and Optimal Health Acupuncture and Bodywork.

8:45 – Car Talk with Juan Escamilla from Wilson’s Tire and Service.  Call Juan at (831) 476-0370.

Wednesday –

7:30  – National Security Network Senior Advisor Heather Hurburt returns to the Morning Show to discuss ongoing nuclear energy negotiations with Iran.

8 – More water talk with former P.G. Mayor Dan Cort of Cortco.

Thursday –

7:30 – Jeremy Holden from Media Matters casts a jaundiced eye on the right-wing media machine.

8 – “Catholic” Jack Quirk of Christian Democracy Magazine connects the dots between religion, morality, and politics.

8:45 – Eric Petersen from the Monterey County Green Party discusses all things Green.

Friday Free-for-all +

8 – Arlen Grossman’s Quotation Quotient is your opportunity to win a great prize.  Don’t miss Arlen’s column in the Leisure Section of every Sunday’s Monterey Herald and every month in the Foolish Times.

Thanks for being part of KRXA!

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