31 Jan 2015

Show #573

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Hour One: Opened with Phil Ochs' The War Is Over for end of Vietnam War. A conversation about WW2 ended with Hugh's comment, "The Nazis 'pured' their way out of existence." Pig Latin, Gene Hackman's birthday, some Groundhog Day poems, and a Jim Grimes Job Scene Report.

Hour Two: Who knew that skunks like to eat bees? Arvin Pierce, The Bee Man, of course. Surprise guest Bill Furry asks some cool bee questions. Carolyn Owen Sommer, watercolor artist discloses something about honey that Arvin didn't know:  some companies still use honey as a binder in their watercolors. Don't worry, insects don't attack the finished painting. Carolyn has a show at Prairie House Custom Frames starting with reception Saturday, February 7th.

Hour Three: Freelance writer Roberta Codemo joins us to talk about cancer surgeons becoming a rock band, No Evidence of Disease. Also a movie with the same name showing at AMC Showplace 12, February 12 at 7:30 pm for $12.


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