The Morning Show

The Morning Show – October 26, 2006

It’s a GOP Economy: Doug Henwood, editor of the Left Business Observer;

Measure T in Richmond, Amending Business License Fees; Kay Wallis, a Richmond resident a founding member of the Richmond Greens (pro measure T); John Ziesenhenne, Richmond Chamber of Commerce (against)

The Mayor’s Race in Richmond a debate in studio: Gayle McLaughlin, Gary L. Bell, Mayor Irma Anderson

Midori at the SF Symphony – Violinist Midori joins the SF Symphony this week for a series of concerts, featuring the Britten Violin Concerto. Info: www.sfsymphony.org

Jennifer Stone with Stone’s Throw "Decca: The Letters of Jessica Mitford"

Peter Sussman, editor, (co-author of "Committing Journalism"

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