The Morning Show

The Morning Show – April 14, 2005

7:00 am
Gas Prices, Just the Beginning.
Doug Henwood, editor and publisher of the Left Business Observer, author of the upcoming After the New Economy; Ilyse Hogue, Director of the Global Finance Campaign of the Rainforest Action Network.

7:30 am
"Voices in Wartime" opens at the Four Star Theater on Friday.
Andrew Himes, Executive Producer; Rick King, Producer.

8:00 am
Eileen Hazel, "Folk Diva" with a new CD "Spark." Record release:
Saturday April 16; 8:30 pm Belladonna; 2436 Sacramento St. Berkeley

8:20 am
Jennifer Stone with Stone’s Throw

8:30 am
Book: Secrets of Salsa: A Bilingual Cookbook by the Mexican Women of Anderson Valley.

Barbara Goodell, coordinator of the Anderson Valley Adult
Laura Espinosa, a former student at the school and contributor;
Karina Mejia, a current student, and she appears in the movie.

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