The Morning Show

The Morning Show – June 7, 2005

7:00
Elections in Lebanon.
Elaine Hagopian, Professor Emerita of sociology at Simmons College

7:30
Here/There Sculpture commissioned by City of Berkeley Arts
Commission.
Steve Gillman, artist who collaborated with
Katherine Keefer on the artwork;
Ted Purves, a writer and independent curator, he is the author of
What We Want Is Free: Generosity and Exchange in Recent Art> faculty of California College of Arts;
Mary Ann Berker, Berkeley Arts Commission.

8:00
Medical Marijuana Decision by the Supreme Court.
Daniel Abrahamson, attorney with Drug Policy Alliance;
Ed Rosenthal, longtime medical marijuana activist.


8:30

Jill Scott, musician and poet, The Moments, The Minutes, The
Hours: The Poetry of Jill Scott

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