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Old Route 66 in Arizona is one of America's favorite roads! This week the team motors down the 401 miles of Route 66 in Arizona and experiences the wide array of sights - from Petrified Forest National Park to Meteor Crater and the ponderosa pine forests of Flagstaff. We'll savor the Grand Canyon Railway and stop in some forsaken desert towns like Oatman, where wild burros roam Main Street. Travelers agree, this road has something for everyone!
Join us for Travel Q&A, as well as more classic commercials from the Golden Age of radio in The Travel Archive and comedy On the Lighter Side.
It's another hour of roadtripping, travel, and fun on this week's edition of Road Trip Radio!
Party Or Go Home! I will take you on a journey inside the life of Punk Rock- YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW- Yesterday- History of bands Today- current events 7 Seconds and Channel 3 will be tonight in Oakland,/ Going on from 9AMM-7PM The 5th Annual Rockabilly Royale Flagstaff Festival with the Rocketz/ The Airline in Los Angeles has HOLOKAUST!!!!
MOB ATTACK and SOCIAL CONFLICT-- Tomorrow- Up coming venues -Punk Rock Fundraiser For Jason "Bully" Harper-- Cafe Nela presents Jamie Cassius Sunday BBQ- for those of you know Jamie he is the best bouncer in Los Angeles, Hollywood area
hi everyone! Thanks for tuning in to our new radio show, where you will be able to hear interviews and chats with many of the festival's presenters, friends and exhibitors in the next few months! In this short introductory episode, I give you a quick overview of what we'll be doing on the show, and who is coming on our show in the next few weeks! Enjoy, and remember to "follow" us on BlogTalkRadio!
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Kathryn Maxwell’s print and mixed media works have been exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the U.S. and abroad, including solo exhibitions at the Glasgow (Scotland) Print Studio; Dundee (Scotland) Contemporary Arts; Laredo (Texas) Center for the Arts; University of Tennessee, Knoxville; and Northern Arizona University Museum, Flagstaff. She has participated in group exhibitions at the International Print Center, New York; Melanee Cooper Gallery, Chicago; Detroit Institute of Arts; Tucson Museum of Art; Indianapolis Art Center; Center for Contemporary Arts, University City, Missouri; and American Cultural Center, New Delhi, India. Her prints have been included in the Los Angeles Printmakers Biennial, the Tallinn (Estonia) Triennial, the Boston Printmakers Exhibition, the Bradley National and the Southern Graphics Traveling Exhibitions.
Her work is in numerous public and corporate collections, including the UCLA Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts; Denver Art Museum; Frans Masereel Centrum, Kasterlee, Belgium; Nelson Atkins Museum, Kansas City; Birmingham Museum of Art; Alabama Power Company; and Phoenix Arts Commission, Phoenix, Arizona.
Kathryn Maxwell received an M.F.A. from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and a B.A. from Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. She is currently Associate Director for Academic Affairs and Professor of Printmaking at Arizona State University, Tempe.
Flagstaff Mayor Sara Presler speaks out against sewage water for Snowbowl on San Francisco Peaks, ASU ethics violations and uranium mining at Grand Canyon, at the Havasupai Gathering to Halt Uranium Mining in the Grand Canyon. Music and words of truth by Clarence Clearwater, Navajo, Hopi Water Maidens and Garfield Nish, Hualapai. Navajo singer Clarence Clearwater, second Navajo to refuse induction into the military, 1969, speaks of children disappeared by the US into boarding schools. Recorded by Earthcycles.
Elisha Dorfsmith leads the Flagstaff Liberty Alliance and is an activist for liberty and a champion of food freedom and sustainable living.
He will be sharing his comments on Arizona Senate Bill 1151 to prohibit municipalities from banning backyard chicken farming.
GUEST CALL-IN: (347) 308-8386 | Tune in to hear Mikester and Thane discuss local issues that affect our freedom in Arizona.
Author Shannon Baker joins Murders, Mysteries and Mayhem host Stephen Campbell to discuss her new book, BROKEN TRUST, the second novel in her Nora Abbot mystery series.
When not writing the Nora Abbott mysteries, which involves murder, the environment, and Hopi Indians, Shannon can often be found backpacking, skiing, kayaking, cycling, or just playing lizard in the desert.
From the Colorado Rockies to the Nebraska Sandhills, the peaks of Flagstaff and the deserts of Tucson, landscapes play an important role in her books. Tainted Mountain, the first in her Nora Abbott Mystery Series, is set in Flagstaff, AZ, where she lived for several years and worked for The Grand Canyon Trust, a hotbed of environmentalists who, usually, don’t resort to murder. When Shannon moved to Boulder, CO, Nora followed her and Broken Trust is set in the gorgeous Rocky Mountains.
In this interview, we'll discuss the Nora Abbot books, the use of the American West as a setting for a mystery series, how writing conferences have played a part her in career, and Shannon's habit of writing about the area in which she's currently living.
You can learn more about Shannon at www.shannon-baker.com
You can learn more about your host at www.stephenrcampbell.com
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Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! where the Bible takes center stage when Scott talks with author of Question Everything, Tyler Ellis.
Tyler Ellis was born in 1980 and grew up in Portland, OR. At eighteen, he enrolled in a 2.5 year apprentice missionary program called AIM (Adventures in Missions) that allowed him to serve in Western Samoa and Sydney, Australia. While overseas, he discovered a passion for missions and helping others sort through life’s biggest questions. After his apprenticeship, he worked on staff with AIM for three years while acquiring a degree in Biblical Studies.
Tyler has been a Campus Minister since 2004. He began by planting a campus ministry at Northern Arizona University that remains today. While living in Flagstaff, AZ, he met Jennifer on eHarmony. After getting married in 2009, Tyler and his wife moved to Newark, DE, where they now live with their daughter and serve at the University of Delaware.
Tyler is on the board of Campus Crosswalk. He has also been a speaker at several church camps, youth rallies, and conferences hosted at colleges including Pepperdine University, Cascade College, Southern Methodist University, Lipscomb University, Harding University, and Texas Tech University.
In his free time, he enjoys doing art and photography, playing disc golf and racquetball, and exploring new places with family and friends.
PJ Lingley joins us from Flagstaff, AZ. PJ is a firefighter, family man and bicycle racer who just happens to design one of the best riding bikes that I've had the pleasure to ride. FOURdot Racing was created by PJ to sell his road and cross framesets as well as wheels. We'll find out about FOURdot and how Lingley is able to balance his career, family life, sport and new business.
Today's radio show will feature many participants who will recap yesterday's Protest in Flagstaff, Arizona.
"Rally Against the Theft of Antiquity - Stop Peabody’s Restraint on Black Mesa Navajo History" Why Protest: Millions of Indigenous remains, artifacts, and sacred objects have been desecrated by Peabody Energy's coal mining at Black Mesa, Arizona.
Concerned Dine´ !(Navajos) and other indigenous rights supporters held a protest to expose Peabody's deliberate process of confiscating Indigenous History!! "With more community interest & support, Peabody can be stopped from desecrating more of the endless network of ancient dwelling sites. The less involvement by communities the more Peabody and their archaeologist (Black Mesa Archeology Project) will steal & profit, because cultural and human rights of the antiquities aren't being enforced."
The people are protesting to raise awareness, the absence and removal of any public process attached to the regulatory and legal protection of intact and removed ancient sites are being found curated in collections!
"BMAP's transfer was initiated before the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) was created and when many of today’s tribal leaders were children." according to Brian Dunfee of Peabody Energy. !It wasn’t until after the permit was issued that confirmation of the "collection" was formally announced at the true locations and facilities.
To date, there has not been an inventory conducted of the BMAP “artifacts” that complies with current laws regarding protection of Indian "artifacts.” BMAP includes 1.3 million "artifacts" currently held at two American universities.
Join us as we talk with the self-proclaimed "Indigenous Anarchist" and Dine' (Navajo) Musician Klee Benally. Currently in Flagstaff, AZ Klee has also traveled the world sharing his message of music and his support for Indigenous Sacred Lands.
He is also the director of the "Snowbowl Effect" documentary and serves as project coordinator of Indigenous Action Media and helped to start Outta Your Backpack Media for Native Youth - check out his website www.KleeBenally.com
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