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Paul Brown (NPR Morning Edition reporter, WFDD 88.5 FM, WPAQ 740 AM) hosts and emcees a live radio show style concert featuring musical guests Terri McMurray, The Piney Woods Boys, and Jim & Phyllis Gaskins at The Blue Ridge Music Center on Saturday, July 19th @ 7 PM. This Across the Blue Ridge (name of the radio program Paul produced, that was aired and distributed by WFDD) concert will highlight Fiddle, Dulcimer, and Song Traditions of Southwestern Virginia and Northwestern North Carolina, and the concert be recorded for possible future broadcast. This is the first of series ofthree (3) Across the Blue Ridge Shows highlighting the musical heritage, musical families, and musical legacies of the Blue Ridge Mountains that Paul will host and emcee this summer. Paul Brown learned his first songs and tunes as a kid from his mother, who picked them up from older African-American musicians in piedmont Virginia in the 1920s. He was hooked, and spent years collecting and documenting traditional music in southwest ...
Actor William Fichtner visited our studio today. Listen for Pat Feldballe's interview this week on Morning Edition.
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A good Wednesday morning to you KWOC Nation! Coming up on the Morning Edition, we have information on a shooting incident in Poplar Bluff, plus a construction accident in Cape Girardeau County. We are also looking at your first forecast for the weekend on the KWOC Morning Edition, beginning at 6:07 am on Today's Talk 930 KWOC and online at KWOC.com.
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Listening to Morning Edition, Clinton had no time for your Presidential garbage. Man telling people to not buy Iranian oil. Tha'ts hard
Good Tuesday Morning everyone! Join me on Morning Edition for your latest local news, traffic and WX!
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3 dead in fire in Metairie this morning, WWL is on the scene. Tune in to our early news edition for more on this developing story.
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Just heard the “Morning Edition” music and got all nostalgic about my college years. Aww, good times!
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Yes. I'm going to pick up the Barnes & Noble edition after work Wednesday morning and read it then!
Actress Tatiana Maslany talks with Morning Edition about the return of her BBC America series Orphan Black
My first limited edition prints of " Morning Swim" , oil on canvas, will be ready soon!!
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Morning folks. Today smells of work, work, cooking, work and new guitar strings. And Sure for Men special edition.
Huge huge kudos to for playing the Young Ones edition of Living Doll on the radio this morning. A fitting Mayall tribute.
I've been told that I'm going to be on NPR's Morning Edition tomorrow? So look out for that if that's a thing you do!
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In Tuesday's edition, you will read about:. A Sayre resident who is beating the odds as he looks to qualify for...
I always find myself listening to NPR Morning Edition at night. So, I guess I'm 15hrs behind everyone else in the news.
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New parents are faced with many challenges, some planned for, many unforeseen. That's where ThreadAlaska.org comes in. CEO of ThreadAlaska, Stephanie Berglund joined the Morning Edition to talk about the resources ThreadAlaska offers parents of all kinds. ( KTUU - TV )
CJ warns two talk show hosts: You’re flirting with contempt Chief Justice Ivor Archie yesterday warned two television presenters against "flirting with contempt of court" and "calling into question the ethics of judicial officers. "Referring to two specific incidents broadcast live on national television in recent weeks, the Chief Justice cited Inshan Ishmael's claim, aired on the show Breaking Barriers on the Islamic Broadcasting Network (IBN) on May 7, that he knew of "cases before the courts "where magistrates and Judges, etc, have been bought out.” The second incident involved Fazeer Mohammed who described judges of the Supreme Court as "long-winded clowns" on his TV6 Morning Edition programme yesterday while discussing the decision in the Section 34 case. [GUARDIAN ]
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Good morning everyone!! Happy Tuesday and ready for day 2 on Channel 2 News, KTUU.com's Morning Edition. We have some overnight news to share with you as well as the latest in news and weather. Grab your coffee or tea and join David George and I from 5-7am. xo, Ariane
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Help me prepare for a big work day tomorrow! The EPA is announcing proposed rules to limit carbon pollution from existing power plants. These rules could lead to coal-fired power plants shutting down, depending on how states implement the regulations. The rules are a centerpiece in President Obama's climate change policy and a big deal. You can expect a vigorous campaign from coal and business interests to convince you the rules will raise your power bill. At this point, we don't know how it will affect your bill because we don't have all the details! I'll have a live report at 6 am ET on "Morning Edition" and then update throughout the morning as details emerge. What big questions will you have about these new rules? Let me know in the comments below. Thanks!
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According to L'Equip (this morning edition) the deal with Loic Remy has been finalized It's only down to when the…
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Tune in to Morning Edition on NPR Radio on Tuesday, 3 June, to hear Susan Stamberg discuss THE WOMAN WHO BROUGHT MATISSE BACK FROM THE DEAD with author Alison Leslie Gold for Susan's piece on Artists and their Models.
Plowing through the mountain of backlogged Daily Shows/Colbert Reports on my DVR, I realized that I'm so behind on current events that I'm embarrassing myself by posting news stories which are like, two weeks old. :/ Well, since I don't even have time to watch any TV or catch anything in the news media which isn't NPR's Morning edition (my clock radio "alarm" every day), I might as well remain quiet here on FB about "current" events. lol. My life is leaving me little time for FB these days anyway. Hm.imagine that! Real life over FB. What a concept! lol. Good night. Carry on.
After 20 years at Channel 2, Morning Edition anchor Sheila Balistreri signed off Friday morning. Her colleagues gathered to offer Sheila a final farewell worthy of her long and dedicated service to Alaskans.
St. Louis Lantern, Morning Edition, May 31, PÆ 84 Page 5, Local News INMATE DISAPPEARS Margaret Flynn, News Desk Sian Virgilis, and inmate of the Verity Women's House, has gone missing, according to information provided from an anonymous source in the ministry of public defenders. Virgillis was being held, pending trial, on charges of treason, aiding and abetting a fugitive from justice, and obstruction of justicem for her connections to the “Ironborn Sentate”, a group now considered treasonous by the Dominion of New England. She also faces additional charges of aggravated assault, attempted murder, and murder, as a result of an incident while incarcerated that left three prison guards in the hospital and resulted in the death of another inmate, who remains anonymous as of this publication. Authorities at the Verity Women's House have stated that Virgillis was transferred to military custody in accordance with treaties in place with the Fulmene Ferri. Military officials refused to comment, indicati . ...
KTUU Channel 2 news anchor Sheila Balistreri bid a final good morning to Anchorage audiences Friday. She's been presiding over the sunrise newscast, "Morning Edition," since 1998, and heartfelt moments permeated her last show.
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Four days until retirement and we have another busy day on tap for Tuesday's Morning Edition. We will have the latest on the Funny River fire from Channel 2's Lacie Grosvold in Soldotna. Garrett is in with more on the fire in Tyonek and other top stories. We'll also recap all of yesterday's ceremonies for Memorial Day. We'll talk about the MatSu and Anchorage burn bans, accidental fire starters, Sheep Creek Shooting, Cooper Landing shooting, ANWR drilling, Chugach home energy reports and Flanders Field poppies. Marti is back and will be live in the studio talking to a Red Cross representative about fire related activity in the state. We'll also have someone from the "Children's Lunchbox" in studio to talk about that program. These stories, plus a look at DVD's coming to video stores today. It's back to work for many of you, so have a great day and we'll see you at 5am. Sheila Balistreri
SLIDE FIRE UPDATE: Inciweb reports 7,500 acres burned. 5% containment. Midnight flyover of burn area to acquire infrared footage. Media briefing at 6:40 am tomorrow. Tune in to Morning Edition for the latest information.
8:00 SLIDE FIRE UPDATE: Danny Montoya with the Type 1 Incident Command Team says the Slide Fire is at 6,000 acres and remains 0% contained. Fire crews will fly over of the burn area at midnight to take infrared footage of critical areas. A media briefing is scheduled tomorrow morning at 6:40. KNAU will bring you the latest information on the Slide Fire tomorrow on Morning Edition.
And our Big Green Egg winner is... John Heiss of Mayfield! John enjoys Morning Edition, Fresh Air, and A Prairie Home Companion. Congratulations John! :)
Prairie Home Companion, back when I was a kid. Took a break for several years, then came back through Morning Edition.
Good morning everyone and welcome to a busy Monday morning in the Channel 2 newsroom. We just got word of a fire at a duplex in East Anchorage. Garrett Turner is back and will be live at the scene. We'll also go live to Marti in Central for her latest Roadtrippin' Report, and Sarah will be in to tell us what's happening in the Buzz Corner. Some of the other stories we'll be covering today on Monday's Morning Edition include: marijuana business, swift water rescue training, Juneau motorcycle accident, Hmong American Memorial Day, school funding lawsuit, vidalia onion sale, coffee plant disease, suicide prevention walk, and WWII Women Veterans' luncheon. I hope you can join us for these stories and much more starting at 5am. See you then!
It’s a beautiful Monday in Chicago! We’ll have partly sunny and breezy conditions today with a high near 70. Maybe a few isolated sprinkles. Maybe. The Chicago Blackhawks nail down their first win in the NHL Western Conference Finals, beating the LA Kings 3-1. Game 2 is Wednesday in Chicago. Illinois U.S. Senator *** Durbin is pushing for some immigrants who are living in the country unlawfully to serve in the military. He’s holding a hearing about it this morning on Chicago’s west side. WBEZ’s Chip Mitchell has the story, during Morning Edition. On The Morning Shift, how to prepare for an emergency in Chicago. Also, the legacy of Brown v. Board of Education and the face of school segregation today. At Noon on Worldview, if 7-billion people have created a world with an almost unlivable atmosphere, what happens at the end of the century when we have 10.9 billion people. Host Jerome McDonnell talks with author Alan Weisman talks about what it will take to save our ecosystems and our future. On T . ...
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Fri on Morning Edition: talks w/ Ambassador Andrew Young about Sunday's "Pass on Blessings" awards honorees; 7:35a
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Mike Ross here...Lord help me...I just emailed Sarah Evans, who does our "Buzz Corner" segment for the Morning Edition, my high school graduation pics...I'm sure she's cooking up something good...and embarrassing...stay turned for further developments
Good morning Chicago! Holy Cow! This is the day we’ve waited nearly 8 months for. Sunny skies and a high around 82! It hasn’t been 80 ‘round these parts since early October. Hawks lose to the Wild 4-0. Series stays in St. Paul for game 4 Friday night. C’mon guys!! White Sox take a commanding lead in this year’s Crosstown Classic, beating the Cubs last night 5-1. The series heads to the Cell tonight for the next two games. Morning Edition today has the latest from Nigeria. We’ll also meet a man who runs a pirate radio station heard in Syria, and learn how a farm in Chicago is helping refugees sustain themselves. On The Morning Shift: we find out what’s behind Latino Unity Day. Also, Academy Award-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black stops by, and we get a shot of soul from Vocalo’s Ayana Contreas. At Noon on Worldview, we’ll hear how the unrest and current crisis is impacting daily life in Eastern Ukraine. And on The Afternoon Shift, It’s The Best Game in Town: we’ll talk about the ...
Morning Edition co-host Steve Inskeep talks to John Inglis, deputy director of the National Security Agency.
Today’s highlights: The NBA could push Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling to sell his team over statements he made about African-Americans. But is he being unfairly chastised? The Barbershop guys weigh in. [Produced by Bridget DeChagas] An effort to preserve the Yiddish language is getting a boost from the theater world. The artistic director of the National Yiddish Theatre-Folksbiene talks about preserving the language through art. [Produced by Andrew Limbong] This Spring, Tell Me More and Morning Edition have helped listeners navigate the higher education money maze. David Greene and Michel Martin do a wrap of the "Paying for College" series. [Produced by Amita Parashar and Amy Ta]
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Happy Caturday!! Stair climb edition!!! Fight for Air climb of ATX Frost Tower is later this morning!
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Excellent edition of Background Briefing on RN this morning, about the true causes of energy cost rises and why...
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Listen to CBC Radio Morning Edition Monday, April 28 at 8:15 for an interview Brendan McCarney, the film's director!
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The IC Hockey Show is over but plenty of good Jets (coach Noel edition), IceCaps and Prospect news.
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Millard Business Association Gala held at Georgetown Club The 11th annual Millard Business Association Gala was held at Georgetown Club on Thursday, April 24th. The theme was “The Roaring Twenties” and the event began with cocktails and a silent auction at 5:30pm, followed by dinner, raffle ticket sales and an awards ceremony. Attendees included Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert, her husband Joe, Millard Business Community Foundation President Steve Anderson, Dee Hankins, Keo Jorgenson and other MBA officers, the award nominees, several other elected officials and nearly two hundred MBA members. The emcee, Michael Lyon (the voice of NPR’s Morning Edition) was a consummate professional and started the awards portion of the evening by singing a great rendition of, “It Had to Be You”. From there, Michael and a succession of MBA members and executives spoke of their deep appreciation of the many blessings of doing business in Millard and shared some historical perspective of Millard’s early years and its ...
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Steve Inskeep is host of NPR's Morning Edition, the most widely heard radio news program in the United States. He co-hosts the program with Renee Montagne.
woke up to find the power plug for his alarm clock broke, so no alarm. Well, nothing for it. Someone will have to call him and play NPR Morning Edition over the phone at six in the morning.
Friday is finally here and David says as far as the weather goes the weekend is looking good again. Be sure and tune in to the Morning Edition when he'll have the latest on the forecast, not just for Anchorage, but for the entire state. We have got such a huge variety of stories for you today...starting with the top stories of the day with Channel 2's Corey Allen Young in for Garrett Turner the next few days. Some of the stories we'll be covering include: sex abuse arraignment, NTSB fatal crash report, education final bill, AFD chief resigns, SCF Indian Health Service settlement, secure your i.d. day, Skagway dock sinks, Wells closing arguments, school funding, BP initiative arguments and on our Assignment Alaska, we'll have the history of totem poles. We'll have a board member from the Salvation Army in to talk about an upcoming annual event known as "Transformed Treasures" and we'll let you know which new movie releases are coming to theaters today. Marcus at the Movies reviews "Heaven Is Real" and we'l ...
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This is the way-to-early-in-the-morning edition of “Julianne’s Tabletop Presentations so she can get her Ranger Award” number 5. I know you missed me over the weekend so i am join got make this one extra long to make up for it! (kidding) But this presentation does have to encompass quite a few backpacking principles (Backpacking 9). So I’ll start off with my own list of essential backpacking items, yours might be different Frame pack Water filtration system and backup socks and socks and socks! ALL the socks! sleeping bag (if it’s not too hot) Tarp/sleeping pad Hiking boots backpacking stove + pot (if you want hot food, i mean you can do without) bowl and spoon (if you are gong with other people) food ziplock bag and trash bags and stuff sacks and grocery bags - make sure to overdo this one two liter bottles (camp water) water bottles (personal water) map and gps and compass- go overboard with this one too Emergency kit (I think you have heard me talk about this one enough) Vitamin C tablets (if ...
Hello everyone, and welcome to the early morning edition of Waking Revelations(TM)! Today's revelation - "Brou-ha-ha" could totally be "Bro-ha-ha" if you remove the 'u'. Expectation: "I'm so gonna call Brad 'Bro-ha-ha' this morning." Reality: Sleep deprivation is bad for you.
Jazz Fest kicks off at 11am! Watch Fox 8 Morning Edition for a preview of the food, crafts, and the music. Also, send us pictures of your favorite Jazz Fest memories.
I'm hearing rumors that I'll be jamming some tunes along with Steven Alford on the Channel 6 Morning Edition to promote tonight's Autism Rocks Concert at House of Rock! Be sure to tune in between 5-7am to see if the rumors are true...
Paddy Scully of Catholic Comment will be on Tipp FM (www.tippfm.com) just after 9am this morning discussing the canonisations of Blesseds John XXIII and John Paul II. Paddy will then be on RTE's Morning Edition at approximately 9.45am also discussing the same topic. You can watch Morning Edition on RTE1 or online at www.rte.ie
Ron Jacobsohn reviews the just announced line-up of movies at the 67th Cannes Film Festival on i24news's Morning Edition, hosted by Meredith Ross.
Public Broadcasting Leftists Rake in Huge Salaries Posted by Dave Blount at 9:26 AM When James O'Keefe pulled a sting operation on Ron Schiller of the execrable left-wing propaganda service National Public Radio, the moonbat admitted not only to hatred of normal Americans and sympathy for Islamic terrorists, but also that NPR did not need any of the taxpayer money it has been bathing in. But the ill-gotten loot is nice to have anyway, when doling out salaries like these: Fresh Air host / executive producer Terry Gross: $245,563 in 2008 This American Life host Ira Glass: earned $170,605 in 2008 Morning Edition host Renee Montagne: $405,140 Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep: $356,499 All Things Considered anchor Robert Siegel: $358,653 Weekend Edition Saturday host Scott Simon: $364,465 Our money is redistributed to NPR and the comparably malignant PBS by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, whose own execs are also compensated handsomely: According to CPB's 2009 tax forms, President and CEO Patricia d ...
As a scholar, U.S. ambassador to the U.N. Samantha Power wrote about the U.S. failure to intervene in Rwanda. Morning Edition co-host David Greene talks to her about current crises in Africa.
tomorrow on Morning Edition on 90.7 catch my interviews with singer/songwriter Amos Lee and comedian Paula Poundstone
Coming to Fiddlers Crossing, Saturday, April 12! This season, Fiddlers Crossing has been introducing Tehachapi to some of the best contemporary singer-songwriters now touring. The next performer in this series of exceptional concerts is Eric Taylor, an icon of the Texas style of songwriters, coming to Fiddlers Crossing Saturday, April 12, at 7 p.m. Taylor has been called “a sage musician, a lyrical genius and a master of the guitar.” His songs have been recorded by Lyle Lovett and Nanci Griffith. Griffith calls him “The William Faulkner of songwriting in our current time.” Taylor is a Kerrville Folk Festival “New Folk” winner, has played National Public Radio’s “Mountain Stage,” appeared on “Late Night With David Letterman,” “Austin City Limits,” and NPR’s “Morning Edition.” He has also been a headliner for the prestigious Newport Folk Festival. Taylor grew up in Atlanta, Georgia, and started playing soul music in his early years. After high school and a brief stint in col ...
STUDENT LOAN BUBBLE Each year, the federal government provides more than $150 billion in grants and loans to help students pay for college. And while a bachelor's degree has become increasingly valuable, young people are taking on record levels of debt to earn that degree. That's the backdrop for a Senate hearing Thursday on reauthorization of the Higher Education Act, the 1965 law that governs the federal financial aid system. As part of a series of conversations about paying for college, Morning Edition spoke with Sen. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, who will run the hearing. The chairman of the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee tells NPR's Linda Wertheimer that for-profit, public and private colleges and universities should be more accountable for the federal student aid they receive. Interview Highlights On income inequality in higher education Right now, if you are a high-income, low performance student, you have an 80 percent chance of going to college. If you are a low-income student, but high-pe ...
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Coming up tomorrow on Morning Edition: my two way with State Attorney Jeff Ashton on the report at 8:30AM.
Big week next week and lots to do before then. Morning Edition (RTÉ) Monday morning; Pramerica Spirit of Community Awards Wednesday with Republic of Ireland Football Manager Martin O'Neill and the Change a Little Change a Lot Derry-Londonderry UK City of Culture 2013 Accessibility Awards in the Millennium Forum Theatre & Conference Centre on Friday. Media Box - TGIF!
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I love how the liberal media wants to assign anything that could possibly be construed as racially motivated as being led by Southerners! It makes my blood boil! Just now on NPR’s Morning Edition (yes, I often listen), a story on yesterday’s failed vote on Debo Adegbile began “a handful of southern Democrats joined Republicans yesterday to defeat President Obama’s choice to head the Justice Department’s civil rights division.” For what it’s worth the Democrats who voted no: Chris *** (Del.) Bob Casey (Pa.) Mark Pryor (Ark.) Heidi Heitkamp (N.D.) Joe Manchin (W.V.) Joe Donnelly (Ind.) John Walsh (Mont.) And, of course, Harry Reid (Nev.), who did it for procedural grounds. Not exactly Sons of the Confederacy.
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Next Texoma Report: goes in-depth on Take Shelter Oklahoma's fight with Scott Pruitt. ATC today, Morning Edition tomorrow!
Things I learned on NPR this morning with a span of 10 minutes: United States policy on taxing its citizens overseas is like the movie "Fatal Attraction." FCC regulations are like the movie "Groundhog Day." Who knew Morning Edition could be so much like Pop Culture Happy Hour?
Morning Edition is underway! Cinema Chat launches at 7:40am, and we'll be giving away a pair of tickets this morning to see the Noel Coward play, "Hay Fever" !
Deirdre O Shaughnessy is our guest speaker on 21 - she is the editor of Cork's biggest weekly newspaper, the Cork Independent, and a regular contributor to the Evening Herald and Sunday Business Post. She's a regular panelist on Tonight with Vincent Browne, RTE Morning Edition and Moncrieff on Newstalk, and is currently researching the impact of gender quotas in Rwanda.
Santa Barbara's radio airwaves are about to get a little more eclectic. Public radio station KCRW-FM (89.9), the Santa Monica-based NPR-affiliate, is acquiring Santa Barbara's oldest radio station, classical broadcaster KDB-FM (93.7), for about $1 million to improve its reach to California's Central Coast. Starting in the spring, KCRW will air its programming on 88.7 for Santa Barbara listeners, bringing them national shows such as "Morning Edition," "All Things Considered" and "This American Life." ON LOCATION: Where the cameras roll The acquisition also expands the potential audience for KCRW's in-house programming, such as the popular music show "Morning Becomes Eclectic," current affairs talker "To the Point" and the new "Press Play" with Madeleine Brand. Jennifer Ferro, president and general manager of KCRW, said the station has long had loyal fans in the Santa Barbara market, despite its weak signal there. "I'm not really interested in building an empire or anything," Ferro said. "When we finally ha ...
Great job, David Miller, CEO International Academy of Compounding Pharmacy interview with Steve Innskeep on PBS's Morning Edition regarding the compounding of LETHAL INJECTIONS. Well said.
"Brand new plays have found a home -- and a loyal audience -- in West Virginia's oldest town. The Contemporary American Theater Festival at Shepherd University is a dream for the writers of those plays.” Morning Edition, National Public Radio (June 28, 2010)
In today's Morning Edition: AG Roy Cooper goes on the offense with a new video blasting the GOP leadership in North Carolina.
It's a busy morning in the Channel 2 News Room as we draw ever closer to Friday. Yes, it's Thursday and we have 20 degrees in midtown Anchorage at a quarter to 4. Temps have been steadily dropping to more normal numbers these days. At least we don't have to worry about freeze, thaw. David will be in with the full forecast coming up on Thursday's Morning Edition starting at 5am. It's early, but it'll be worth your while to tune in. We've got some very important stories to share, as we always do...and some fun stuff too. Garrett will be in to take a look at the costs associated with municipal elections, especially when it comes to changes. We'll tell you about a lawsuit against the state filed by Planned Parenthood. We'll tell you about an omnibus crime bill and an apartment fire in Fairbanks. We'll tell you what kind of progress is being made on the Richardson Highway in regard to those avalanches.and we'll have our Olympic profile. Charlie Sokaitis talks with curling competitor Jessica Schultz. Tracy Sin ...
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LIT President features on RTE Morning Edition. Silicon Valley executive's visiting Limerick for the Global Irish Conference.
Morning Edition talks about climate change with Andrew Steer of the World Resources Institute.
Ahead on FOX 8 Morning Edition at 5 a.m.. A frigid morning with a freeze warning in effect for our area.. But temperatures will get even colder.. We'll have your Weather Authority Forecast next.. Plus, the Saints switch their focus to Seattle, after pulling off their first road playoff win in history.. Watch FOX 8 now..
School closings so far: Lawrence, Topeka, Bishop Seabury, Eudora, Oskaloosa, McLouth, Jefferson County West all closed on Monday. Check the KPR website in the morning or tune to Morning Edition on KPR for more closing information.
Willie Geist and Brooke Shields hosting the third hour of Today is surprisingly mellow and introverty, like Morning Edition with pictures.
Morning Edition: Shale adding jobs, Honda up in America, Hyundai down ...
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Jim Henderson joins me to talk Saints in the 8am hr..Fox 8 "Morning Edition".
After a big loss to the Seahawks, the Saints remain stranded in Seattle after issues w/the team plane Stay w/FOX 8 Morning Edition
Next on FOX 8 Morning Edition at 7 a.m.. Severe storms on one of the busiest travel days of the year could mean delays and cancellations at airports across the country.. Also, three sisters are free this morning, after police say they were held captive for years in their own home.. We'll have the details of their dramatic escape.. Plus, take a ride on "The City of New Orleans." Dave McNamara takes us from the heart of Louisiana to the nation's heartland next..
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Re-up for the morning crowd: hackathon in DC on December 18th. More info at
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food issues are always the best of their special-edition shows. I was ridiculously giddy about this all morning.
TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads: Good morning to one and all and welcome to another edition of the Sunday Mo...
Best Morning of the year: Eat Drink & Be Merry, annual food edition. BonAppetit!
"Fracking sees widespread support in new poll  "
I didn't receive my Sunday morning edition and the wife is pretty upset we are missing out on the thanksgiving ads
Most thoughtful and detailed Britten tribute has just been Marin Alsop analyzing War Requiem on NPR's Weekend Morning Ed…
Thanks. I might start with this morning's omnibus edition...
Kick out the jam (Morning Edition)- Duran Duran "UMF" Not so much for the lyrics, but the overall musical feel. :)
Two of Pittsburgh’s largest law firms on BTI's top 30
Looking forward to the Monday morning edition of coffee, breakfast & headlines with to complete the trilogy, ;)
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Plenty to talk about on a special Sunday edition of News This Morning... breaking news, potential snow and an OSU win. On right now!
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After a week off, The Morning Joe Show returns with a massive edition this morning LIVE at 10 am EST
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The only reason I watch HLN Morning Edition is for Robin Meade.
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East Coasters, if at 7:32 this morning you thought you heard a million voices yelling "Cubs" simultaneously, it was because "Morning Edition" identified Medal of Freedom recipient Ernie Banks as having played for the Chicago White Sox. Yikes.
Wondering what the weather will be like this weekend? Join us on the Morning Edition when David George has the latest forecast 5-7am.
▪ Morning Edition: Casinos bedeviled by racinos, feds looking at Fifth Third, War on Coal, Blue Jacket...
NPR Radio interview day! I'm waiting here in The NPR West studios to talk to Morning Edition host David Greene who's in DC, with masterchef junior and Bastianich who are in NYC. I'm excited, I've never done radio. Listen to the interview on Friday morning during the NPR Morning Edition show.
From the Morning Edition: Pastor Steven Furtick of Elevation Church responded to the attention on his $1.7 million home at a sermon this weekend. See what he had to say:
Taped an interview this morning with David Greene for NPR Morning Edition. Wonderfully penetrating questions...
On yesterday's Morning Edition, Frank Deford editorialized on the idea of clutch hitting in baseball (statistically there is no such thing). The outro music was "Big News I"! HA!
Dr. Keith Rowley is on Morning Edition now, on CCN TV6.
Holy *** Morning Edition appears to be...fact-checking something Mitch McConnell said. Will wonders never cease.
Nina Totenberg of NPR Morning Edition sounds exactly like Edna Krabapple of The Simpsons
What will your (contribution) to this project be? ◊ James Fallows is a frequent (contributor) to National Public Radio's Morning Edition.
Made both our challenges in Morning Edition. Doing the Ed Grimley dance. Imagine that. On to the next challenge.
Monday morning is here and I only have one question...what happened to the weekend? It went so fast I barely remember it. Good morning my friends and I hope you had a great weekend. It was sure nippy though. I noticed on Saturday afternoon that there was really a chill in the air. Yup, Fall is here and Winter is not far behind. But, until the snow flies, we can all enjoy the beautiful colors that are starting to pop up around us. I hope you have your alarm clocks set for 5am as that's when the Morning Edition kicks off. If you didn't get a chance to see the news over the weekend, you can count on us to fill you in on what's happening. We'll tell you about a shooting on North Hoyt, a study on AK violence, homeless shelter security, the shutdown showdown on capitol hill, the latest on health news, and much more. Caslon takes a look at winter construction. Marti has "Making A Difference" and "Operation Open Doors". Sarah has "My Photo Monday" and we'll also let you know which movies were the big hits at the ...
Our digital producer Sarah Evans has "My Photo Monday" this morning on Monday's Morning Edition. Hope you can join us 5-7am. C.U. then!
Blue Crab restaurant is one of two newer restaurants to open on the Lakefront.. Brisbi's is now open too.. both have great views of Lake Pontchartrain by the way. This morning on FOX 8 Morning Edition, the folks from Blue Crab show us their version of shrimp and grits.
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Listen for my conversation with playwright & Buffalo native AR Gurney Wed. on Morning Edition. He serves as honorary chair of Curtain Up!
Anchorage Mayor Dan Sullivan gave his "State of the City" address yesterday. To find out what he had to say, tune in to the Morning Edition.
Peter Sagal is the host of what popular NPR news quiz show? The show was created by Doug Berman and also features Carl Kassell, formerly of NPR’s Morning Edition.
Morning Edition just corrected some Tina Brown mess from yesterday. I know it's not *my* birthday...
I will be featured on National Public Radio in U.S. tomorrow morning. That is Thursday. 6:50am and 8:50am EST. Morning Edition. Tune in!
“Happy birthday to our very own Yael Wissner-Levy, who's on air now hosting the Morning Edition! Mazal Tov”
Heavy rain/T-Storms appraching the St Bernard/Plaquimines coast. More now on FOX 8 Morning Edition
NPR provided a little public library history on Morning Edition earlier this week...
NPR's Morning Edition kicks off a series on with a great piece on Andrew Carnegie's complex legacy
Jim Clancy was disappointing on Morning Edition. He sprouted the same old pro-journo cliches and added nothing meaningful to the convo.
What would CNN's Jim Clancy say about govt pressure on the media? Catch him on 'Morning Edition' with Fazeer Mohammed at 6am
Page 16 of the PRETORIA NEWS - Morning Edition. :) :D it's Nothing big but hey Baby steps...
Public Radio has a reading of the Declaration of the Independence today on Morning Edition. The Declaration of Independence: A Transcription IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776. The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen United States of America, When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.--That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, --That whenever any Form of Government ...
The perfect day for an NPR listener is when Sylvia Poggioli and Wade Goodwyn both have stories on Morning Edition. htt…
Turns out KBBI does not have tons of John Phillip Sousa music. How else am I supposed to be patriotic during my Morning Edition breaks?
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The American Medical Association has officially recognized obesity as a disease. Do you agree with the AMA's decision? Why or why not? Weigh in here and you may see your response on Morning Edition!
On the next Morning Edition, the cartoon series "Adventure Time." It's racked up tons of awards & wowed critics. But do kids like it, too? The answer is a resounding YES.
I just heard a story on Morning Edition about a couple completing their goal to see all 50 State Capital buildings. They got a standing ovation in Augusta. I'm overcome with jealousy.
Coffee History: Coffee plants grow wild in Ethiopia and were probably used by nomadic tribes for thousands of years, but it wasn't until the 1400s that people figured out they could roast its seeds. "Then it really took off," historian — author of Uncommon Grounds: The History of Coffee and How It Transformed Our World — tells Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep. By the 1500s, he says, the drink had spread to coffeehouses across the Arab world. Within another 150 years, it took Europe by storm
Joss Whedon talked to Morning Edition about his new Shakespeare adaptation and its cultural connections.
"Good news! Due to high demand, the tattoos we created for public radio stations' fundraising drives are now also available right in our store: set comes with nine temporary tattoos, including designs for "All Things Considered," "Fresh Air," "Morning Edition," "On The Media" and "This American Life," as well as a couple general "Public Radio" tattoos. $14.00 plus shipping. (Pictured: the freshly inked pythons of On the Media hosts Bob Garfield and Brooke Gladstone.)"
(SEEING AN ARTICLE by Lewis Lapham mentioned recently reminded me of my interview of him about eight years ago. Here it is; comments welcome…..) By John Lofton “After three decades as editor [of “Harper’s” magazine], Lewis Lapham is moving on to take a very long view. He is starting a magazine on history.” – Report on “National Public Radio’s” program “Morning Edition,” 12/26/05. I have no idea what, exactly, will be in Mr. Lapham’s new magazine. It doesn’t yet exist. But, in his “NPR” interview he seemed not overly-familiar with at least one important aspect of American history.  For example, he complained that the “democratic idea” in our country is not strongly held or felt. He said, in part:   “Democracy requires participation and it requires a literate, engaged citizenry. And I don't think we have that….Democracy is about argument face to face. It's people that come from different parts of the society and have different interests, points of view, and confront ...
Sequencing Of HeLa Genome Revives Genetic Privacy Concerns by ELIZA BARCLAY March 26, 2013 Last week, scientists announced they had sequenced the full genome of the most widely used human cell line in biology, the "HeLa" cells, and published the results on the web. But the descendents of the woman from whom the cells originated were never consulted before the genetic information was made public, and thus never gave their consent to its release. Morning Edition's Renee Montagne spoke to Rebecca Skloot, author of the best-selling book The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, which chronicles the cells and the family tied to them. Skloot also wrote an op-ed in Sunday's New York Times about the need for international standards to protect the privacy of genetic data. Henrietta Lacks was a poor black tobacco farmer in southern Virginia. In 1951, she was diagnosed with cervical cancer. Her doctor, without telling her, took a little piece of her tumor to study it. Lacks died soon afterward, but her cells kept growin ...
Good morning, everybody! I'm filling in for Emily this morning on WVLA Nbc 33 Morning Edition. We'll have the latest on the Oklahoma tornado cleanup, a "special" event at the state capitol today, and an improving forecast.
It's official! Our owner and founder, Braiden Sopp, is going to be on CBC Radio's Morning Edition with Sheila Coles at 8:15 AM on Tuesday before I go to school.
Hollywood star Angelina Jolie has sparked a discussion about breast cancer risk and how to manage it. Burhan Ozbilici/AP On Wednesday’s Morning Edition, David Greene talks with writer and breast cancer survivor Peggy Orenstein about actress Angelina Jolie’s decision to have a double mastectomy to re...
Later on FOX 8 Morning Edition.. Mayor Mitch Landrieu joins us following the Mother's Day shooting at a Second Line parade.
The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic, has been turned into a film five times. Morning Edition's reviewer says the latest version is nothing to brag about.
In January, Morning Edition spoke with journalist Paul Salopek, who was setting off from Ethiopia on a round-the-globe trip. For an update on his travels, David Greene talks to Salopek, who's made it to Saudi Arabia.
Morning Edition film critic reviews the new 'Iron Man" movie. "Iron Man 3" once again features Robert Downey Jr. as the tech-savvy superhero in red.
Selected Letters of Willa Cather discussed on NPR's Morning Edition this morning. Listen to the piece here:...
Marathon's openness as virtue and vulnerability. Airs on Morning Edition in 15 min or hear here:
Uncle pdog spaketh this morning on NASCAR Martinsville, IndyCar Barber, (shocker!) & TV ratings:
$1 trillion in student debt holds back housing recovery: Do you have student loans? Are they holding you back?
SeaWorld IPO amount boosted to $500 million: The chain of aquatic theme parks owned by Blackstone Group LP fil...
Rio Rancho zoning changes please developers: “This is a good move, a very progressive move in terms of trying ...
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Watched a man in the tube this morning v deliberately lay out Metro commemorative edition and then sit on Thatcher's face
ICYMI: Secretary Jack Lew spoke with from Berlin for today's Morning Edition:
Panama News - Panama Canal expansion with new locks nearing halfway point: The port currently has three projec...
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New park open for wounded warriors at Fort Sam Houston
14 injured in U.S. college stabbings: Multiple people were injured in a stabbing incident Tuesday morning at a...
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"I think children live in metaphor." Tracy K Smith on Morning Edition today. Very happy poetry month.
Greg Smith of Pew Research Center discusses what U.S. Catholics want from the next pope on NPR's Morning Edition:
Torn between my love of and the new Morning Edition. Local news good, Matt Galloway amazing?
Groundbreaking writer, actress and comedian, Tina Fey comes to Public Radio to host The Hidden World of Girls, two new hour-long Specials inspired by the NPR series heard on Morning Edition and All Things Considered. From the dunes of the Sahara to a slumber party in Manhattan, from the dancehalls o...
Congratulations to Jay Parrent of Princeton, winner of our Bob Dylan ticket giveaway on Morning Edition! We have more tickets to giveaway throughout our Spring Fundraiser, so stay tuned and thank you for supporting WKMS!
Fayette Co. Public Schools are closed today. Go to for complete list and watch the FOX 56 Morning Edition at 7 am.
From WVTF/RADIO IQ News: Owners of hybrid vehicles in Virginia are letting Governor McDonnell know what they think of one provision of the new transportation bill and a lawmaker from Hampton Roads is retiring after 30 years in the General Assembly. Those are two of the most read newspaper stories at Virginia Public Access Project’s V-A News link on V-PAP-dot-org. Fred Echols has the whole story today on Morning Edition on WVTF/RADIO IQ.
Steve Inskeep talks to regular Morning Edition contributor Cokie Roberts, who's in Rome, about the sense of anticipation surrounding the selection of the next pope.
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Small Black Holes - That's ahead at 8:07 on StarDate, part of CMU Public Radio's Morning Edition. Listen online at
Morning Edition just north of Patterson Park is one of my favorites - then head down to Fells Point.
Happy Tuesday everyone! Looks like it's going to be a nice sunny day today! We've got some snow in the forecast for tonight and tomorrow - just how much? Join us for the Morning Edition for all the details.
by DAN CHARLES Listen to the Story - Morning Edition - Playlist - Download - Transcript Vernon Hugh Bowman lives outside the small town of Sandborn, Ind. Dan Charles/NPR This week, the Supreme Cou...
Happy Monday! High temp today will be 69. Sunny early, showers late. Chris Frankly has your full forecast on FOX 8 Morning Edition.
North Carolina's Ron Rash on NPR's Morning Edition this morning! Tune in!
Morning Edition cohost Steve Inskeep presents a riveting account of a single harrowing day in December 2009 that sheds light on the constant tensions in Karachi, Pakistan—when a bomb blast ripped through a Shia religious procession, followed by the torching of hundreds of businesses in Kara...
I'm producing a little series of short radio spots with comics appearing at the Traverse City Winter Comedy Festival. One or two-question phone calls with Robert Wuhl, Paul Provenza, Judah Friedlander, John Fugelsang and Allan Havey. It's winter so I'm calling the series "Cold Calls." I'll drop them in to "Morning Edition" tomorrow and Friday.
NPR's Sylvia Poggioli in Rome confirms reports that Pope Benedict XVI will resign Feb. 28th due to health concerns. Stay tuned to Morning Edition on WUIS today as we learn more about this surprise announcement from the Vatican.
NPR's Ari Shapiro did little to conceal his slant towards same-sex "marriage" on Thursday's Morning Edition, as he reported on the Defense Department granting limited benefits to the same-sex partners of members of the military. Shapiro hyped that supposedly, "as a political move, the Pentagon's act...
Always nice to listen to Morning Edition when I'm up early. Great job by and "The Captain" John Smith.
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Closing out today's Morning Edition we learn about "nano-breweries," craft beer brewers so small they barely qualify for commercial enterprises and at 8:55 commentator Frank Deford on the end of sports dynasties. What will he have to say? Find out on KRCC and keep it tuned for the Morning Music Mix with Vicky at 9.
Mara Liasson, NPR Correspondent; Screen Cap From 28 January 2013 Edition of Fox News Channel's Special Report | MRC.orgMara Liasson hyped Hillary Clinton as "the most popular politician in the country" on Friday's Morning Edition on NPR. Liasson asserted that "there's no question that being out of politics for four years has enhanced her political reputation," and devoted her report to touting how the supposedly "fireproof" Mrs. Clinton's experience as secretary of state would make her a "field-clearing frontrunner" in the 2016 presidential race. The NPR journalist played soundbites from just two pundits during the segment, both of them close political associates of the Clintons: former White House Press Secretary Dee Myers, and Geoff Garin, who was the chief strategist for the former First Lady's 2008 presidential bid. Liasson merely identified Garin as some one who "has worked for Clinton in the past." Host Renee Montagne set the gushing tone as she introduced the correspondent's report: "She [Clinton] ...
Shooting Death Of Chicago Teen Ignites Outrage, Enters National Gun Debate by Mark Memmott January 31, 2013 9:45 AM Hadiya Pendleton's shooting death Tuesday in a park just a mile from President Obama's home in Chicago has generated outrage "from City Hall to the White House" and is now part of the "national debate over guns and crime," The Chicago Tribune writes. Hadiya Pendleton. Courtesy of Pendleton family via the Chicago Tribune /MCT /Landov As NPR's Cheryl Corley reported on Morning Edition, 15-year-old Hadiya "was an honor roll student, a volleyball player ... and a majorette with the King College Prep band." She and her bandmates had traveled east earlier this month to take part in the Presidential Inauguration Heritage Music Festival — a competition for bands from around the nation that was held near Washington. ABC News says the band also performed "during an inaugural brunch event at Howard University" in Washington. The Chicago Sun-Times adds that Hadiya and others in the band also "attended ...
Morning Edition delves more deeply into the proposed plan for immigration reform. NPR's Mara Liasson reports from the Nation's Capitol and Steve Inskeep talks to influential Republican Jeff Flake. The Arizona Senator is one of the "band of eight" who have come up with a plan that includes a path to citizenship for immigrants already in the country illegally. Hear it all on KRCC starting at 8:10.
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Morning Edition wraps up its weeklong look at the growing number of people who say they do not identify with a religion. In the final conversation, two religious leaders describe what they do to attract young people to the church.
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