The Morning Show

The Morning Show – September 20, 2005

7:00

Eva Golinger, author of The Chavez Code.

7:30
Housing Issues in the Wake of Hurricane Katrina.
Bruce Katz, vice president of the Brookings Institution and director of its
Metropolitan Policy Program; Sheila Crowley, president of the National Low
Income Housing Coalition;
John Relman, civil rights attorney specializing housing issues and housing
discrimination; Drew Cameron, director of the Department of Housing and Community
Development in San Antonio.

8:00

Growing Old, Growing Creatively.
Brent Nettle; Eldergivers executive director
Sharon Wilcox, Elder Arts Celebration artist
Tom Flynn; president of the Board of Directors of Stagebridge Senior
Theatre Company, he also performs with the group;
Ann McGinnis, executive director of Center for Creative Aging West,
organizer of this weekend’s event.
Elder Arts 2005 will be part of the opening
of the new de Young Museum in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, open 24 hours
on Oct. 15 and 16 and
thereafter during regular museum hours
until Nov. 9.
Info: 415-441-2650
Stagebridge is performing this Saturday night, Sept. 24, as part of the 2nd
Art of Aging Festival at the Julia Morgan Center for the Arts,
2640 College
Avenue in Berkeley.
Info: 510-222-3988

8:30
Iraq.
David Enders, author of Baghdad Bulletin: Dispatches on the American
Occupation
and contributor to the Nation and Mother Jones.

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