The Morning Show

The Morning Show – September 29, 2005

7:00
Tom DeLay indicted, steps aside as house leader. Larry Bensky, host of "Sunday Salon."

7:30
The Supreme Court. Jamin Raskin, Professor of constitutional law at American University and
the author of Overruling Democracy;
Bob Van Dyke, professor of political science at Pacific University


8:00

Howl goes golden — the 50th anniversary of the epic beat poetry reading at the 6 Gallery in San Francisco
Gerry Nicosia, poet, biographer of Jack Kerouac, and organizer of the
event Ntozake Shange.

8:20
Stone’s Throw with Jennifer Stone. Thanks to Julieth Cifuentes, Dara Kaufman Ledonne, and Maxine Wyman for engineering;
Jennifer Stone’s books are available at Cody’s bookstore on Telegraph and
two titles are available on www.amazon.com

8:30
Dr. Atomic, the Opera. Pamela Rosenberg, general director of the San Francisco Opera
Talk at the Library Thursday, September 29th 8:00 pm in the Central
Reading Room on Thursday evening, September 29th, at
8:00 pm entitled, Why I Commissioned ‘Dr. Atomic.’
www.doctor-atomic.com Info: Art & Music Room
510-981-6241

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