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HIGHLIGHTS SUN NOV 23, 2014

GO NUTS for KWMR Fall Pledge Drive is has concluded. We thank everyone for their contributions. We came up a bit short of our goal....but not for lack of trying! You can still contribute via the web site!

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Upcoming program highlights


Monday, November 24

10:00 AM - Turning Pages at Nature's Pace

We read from Apples of Uncommon Character by James Beard Award-winning author Rowan Jacobsen. It is 123 Heirlooms, Modern Classics and Little-Known Wonders, Plus 20 Sweet and Savory Recipes.

"A true delight... The descriptions are almost lyrical and a pleasure to read. Each apple comes with its own full-page photo, beautifully shot in natural light...I love the surprising readability of this book. It should be tucked into the backpacks of all apple festival-goers. I really can't recommend this book enough." - Powells.com

12:00 PM - The Farm and Foodshed Report

The guest this week is environmental lawyer-turned-rancher Nicolette Hahn Niman whose new book Defending Beef is shaking things up as she dispels the nearly universal dogma among environmentalists and health advocates that cattle and beef are public enemy number one. In Defending Beef, she argues that cattle are not inherently bad for either the Earth or our own nutritional health. Deep research, critical thinking and solid data are the foundations of the brilliantly constructed case she makes for sustainable meat production. Listen in to host Robin Carpenter and guest Nicolette Hahn Niman as they discuss the implications of her research and the reception of her book.

1:00 PM - Post-Carbon Radio

"Women Organizing for a Better Future for Humanity." Co-hosts Karen Nyhus and Bing Gong interview Robin Milam on the second Women's Congress for Rights of Future Generations, held in Minneapolis; and Pennie Opal Plant, from Idle No More Bay Area about her trip to New York on the Climate Train, reasons to be optimistic, strong moving forward together, and upcoming opportunities to plug in.

5:00 PM - Epicenter

Point Reyes Open Studios is right around the corner - find out what's in store for Thanksgiving Weekend with Julie Siegel and Eleanor Despina.


Tuesday, November 25

5:00 PM - Epicenter

Hold on, did Measure A pass? Follow-up with Dave Jeffries on the future of the Marin Emergency Radio Authority replacement system and who will pay for it.


Wednesday, November 26

10:00 AM - Turning Pages

Readings from the Pulitzer Prize-winning book Olive Kitteridge, written by Elizabeth Strout. There will be readings every Wednesday through December 24. See details of the related fundraiser on December 27, HERE.

2:00 PM - Classical Wednesday

With host Paul Smith.

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"West Marin Review" editors Doris Ober and Myn Adess, and contributor David Miller, join host Marc Matheson in conversation and readings.

The West Marin Review, an award-winning literary and arts journal published by Point Reyes Books and friends and neighbors, was begun eight years ago in the rural town of Point Reyes Station, California. The journal now attracts never-before-published submissions from around the world and from artists in many mediums and writers of all persuasions.

Learn more about the Review at westmarinreview.org.

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UPCOMING EVENTS
 
  • Friday Nov 28
    7 - 10 PM

    Cajun dance with Eric and Suzy Thompson along with Mark Marcin and Paul Knight. Come and dance off your Thanksgiving feast at the Dance Palace Church Space (503 B Street) in the Church Space - sweet wooden building with a great dance floor and super acoustics! This will be a real old-fashinied Cajun fais do-do!

     

  • Saturday Dec 20 7:00 - 8:30 PM

    Michael McQuilkin's

    Family Music Hour 7is COMING!
    Saturday, December 20th @ 7:00

    Lagunitas School Multi-Purpose Room 

    1 Lagunitas School Rd in San Geronimo 

    Doors Open at 6:30,

    $10 suggested donation  

    KIDS WELCOME!

    KWMR is a proud media sponsor of this event! 

  • Saturday Dec 27 6:30 - 9:30 PM

    An Evening with Frances McDormand

    A Benefit for KWMR

    At West Marin School, Point Reyes Station

    $25 (Event only) | $100 (Event plus pre-event reception)

    Tickets at Point Reyes Books: www.ptreyesbooks.com