The Morning Show

The Morning Show – August 29, 2005

7:00
John Roberts.
Eddy Lazarus, author of Closed Chambers: The Rise, Fall and Future of the Modern Supreme Court

7:30
Poor News Network

8:00
Here/Now – a festival of optimistic voices
Scoop Nisker, with "Be Here Wow"
Nina Wise, with "Now What?"
(Z Space Studio Sept. 4-25, Project Artaud Theater, 450 Florida at 17th St. in SF – 415-437-6775, or www.zspace.org)

8:30
The last in our death and dying series: burial past, present and
future. Robert Pogue Harrison, professor of Italian literature at Stanford and author of The Dominion of the Dead in studio
Joe Sehee, partner in Memorial Ecosystems Services, the country’s first natural burial company, and executive director of the Center for Ethical Burial, www.ethicalburial.org

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