The Morning Show

The Morning Show – September 29, 2005

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

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


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.

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

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.’ Info: Art & Music Room

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