Archive for July, 2007
With pleasure we visited Pat Hazell in his home and studio in Washington Iowa. Pat is a well known and respected musician—soon to become a two-timer, where by “two-timer” we mean two time Hall of Fame inductee. Check out his home page by clicking here.
For other background and links click here.
This is the […]
Ed Fallon and Lynn Heuss discuss topics related to global warming. Also mentioned is an event planned for August 2-August 5—a march from Ames Iowa to Des Moines to call attention to the issue of global warming. If you click here you will get a photo of Ed, Lynn and some […]
In this audio we hear an amazing strange story related the to Iowa Corn Song (see our page for link to original) as told by Dave Murphy (interviewed in a previous post on CAFOs).
Dave Murphy has become a prominent voice in Iowa for his efforts to advocate for local control of CAGOs (Concentrated animal feeding operations). We talked to him when he visited Iowa City for a statewide Progressive Iowa Network Meeting. Click here for some links to organizations he mentions.
An interview with Sharon Stubs about the letter she wrote for the Legacy Letter Project. If you click on her name above, you will see the graphic especially made to go along with this letter. She also reads this letter and makes wonderfully vivid her positive attitude and determination that helped her […]
This is the first of a series of interviews with Ed Fallon and Lynn Heuss. The topic here is their project called IMforIowa, an independence movement for Iowa. Ed is well known in the state as a former progressive state legislator and gubernatorial candidate.
By the way the photo you can obtain by clicking on […]
This is the first of several audio items concerned with the Legacy Letters Project. David Gould of the University of Iowa Department of Leisure Studies Department talks about the nature of leisure studies and talks about the history and current state of this Project. The goal of this project is to provide communication […]
The July 10 2007 “Sullivan’s Salvos” written and read by Johnson County Supervisor Rod Sullivan. Topics include: “free speech zones” at candidate appearances and naming of the University of Iowa College of Public Heath.
The July 3 2007 “Sullivan’s Salvos” written and read by Johnson County Supervisor Rod Sullivan.
Click here for links mentioned in this Salvo.
Topics include free speech, work supports, evaluation of county offices.