By all accounts, well except for Arlen’s, Coach did magnificently covering the bases for me at the end of last week. Thanks Coach! Remember I’m still in the Free State, aka the Old Line State, okay Maryland. So, call to speak to me on air at 888-579-2540.
Here’s this week’s Morning Show lineup:
8:35 – Our 27th District Assembly member Bill Monning joins us to discuss the state of the State of California.
9 – Marina City Councilor Frank O’Connell joins us for his monthly discussion of all things Marina.
9:25 – 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.
9:45 – Juan Escamilla from Wilson’s Tire and Service joins us for Car Talk. Call Juan at (831) 476-0370.
8 – Every week, Articleman from www.dagblog.com helps us make sense of the bewildering political landscape.
9 – Author Linda Stout will discuss her new book, Collective Visioning: How Groups Can Work Together for a Just and Sustainable Future. Stout focuses on how people with common political interests can bridge class, race, ethnic, and economic differences. This is an interview you will not want to miss – well, anyway, it’s an interview that I don’t want to miss. Check out Collective Visioning at http://www.facebook.com/LindaKStout and don’t forget that your first choice for all book purchases is Pilgrim’s Way in Carmel.
8 – Radio host turned blogger Jack Quirk shares his perspective with us. Read Jack at http://adifferentperspective1.blogspot.com/
9:30 – Glenn Sadowsky from Optimal Health Acupuncture and Bodywork will join me.
The Friday Free-for-All +
8:50 – Patty Ross from Keller Williams presents the Monterey Real Estate Report at 8:50. Call Patty at 831-236-4513.
I’m glad you got a chance to see Mike Farrell at the MIIS event Saturday, Hal. I went later to see Norman Solomon and the screening of the documentary “War Made Easy,” an excellent presentation on how the American media joined in the pro-war propaganda prior to the 2003 Iraq invasion. I also stopped by the Democratic Headquarters in downtown Monterey Sat. night. Mike Farrell was there, and then Solomon spoke. He is raising money for his run for Congress in the Bay Area (Apparently Lynn Woolsey will not run for re-election). Solomon would be a great congressman and I would encourage everyone to get behind him and donate to his campaign if possible.
Thanks for having me on, Hal. I enjoyed having a chance to chat with Karel listeners and be a part of the program. Also very nice getting to ‘meet’ Kyle the engineer through headphones. Much appreciate the invite!