The Morning Show

The Morning Show – March 14, 2005

7:00 am
Devil’s Slide.
Rich Gordon, president of the San Mateo Board of Supervisors;
Lennie Roberts, legislative advocate with the Committee for Green Foothills; April Vargas, Montara resident, former elected official with
the Mid-Coast Community Council, involved in design of
the tunnel.

7:30 am
Arctic Refuge Drilling. Robert Dewey, Vice President of Governmental Relations and External affairs for the Defenders of Wildlife.,

7:45 am
Off Shore Drilling in California. Richard Charter, Marine conservation advocate with Environmental Defense,

8:00 am
The Beat Within: Writing and Art From the Inside. David Inocencio, director and co-founder of the The Beat Within;
Mervin Wool, former participant in writing workshops at San Francisco
Juvenile Hall and California Youth Authority, now off parole and teaching
workshops himself; Michael Kroll, co-director, teacher and advisor.

8:30 am
When Should Your Teenager Drive? Opal Palmer Adisa, parenting editor;
Laurie Wallace, an expert on teenagers and driving; Barbara Cohen, parent of a 17-year-old.

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