The Morning Show

The Morning Show – August 11, 2006

The Economy in a Slow Down Mode: Doug Henwood, editor and publisher of the Left Business Observer; August 12 International Day of Protest: Richard Becker, western regional coordinator of the A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition. Operation Ceasefire in Oakland: Ari Wohlfeiler is Communications and Development Director at Critical Resistance, trainer with the Real Costs of Prison Project, member of the California Prison Moratorium Project; Diana Frappier, legal director at the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights; Tribute to Janis Joplin: Morgan Hallett; Laura Joplin, Janis’ sister and author of "Love, Janis" Sam Andrew, songwriter, guitarist and founding member of Big Brother and the Holding Company. Love, Janis: A Musical Marines Memorial Theatre 609 Sutter Street at Mason, SF. thru Sept. 3; Quilting Exhibit: Diane Mott, Textiles Curator, San Francisco Fine Arts Museums, Mary Lee Bendolph, quilter from Gee’s Bend; Exhibit at de Young Museum, Golden Gate Park, SF through Dec. 31. Info at http://www.thinker.org/

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