A newsmaker interview with Pima County Supervisor Rex Scott (D-District 1). Then a conversation with University of Arizona Distinquished Professor Dr. Albrecht Classen, director of undergraduate studies in the UA Department of German Studies.
Does heat kill COVID-19? We talk with UA Microbiologist Dr. Charles Gerba about his study on ‘cooking the coronavirus.’ Then Financial Consultant Shelly Fishman. Also, Travel Talk with Bon Voyage Travel’s Ryan Hansen. Plus, Margaret Regan, Tucson Weekly arts writer.
The Monday Political Face-off with Commentators Jeff Rogers and Bruce Ash. Then the monthly Scam Alert from the Better Business Bureau’s Pam Crim. Plus, Dr. Mark Sykes, CEO of the Tucson-based Planetary Science Institute.
We mark the 10th anniversary of the Tucson Shooting Tragedy with former Congressman and Shooting Survivor Ron Barber. Also, Sarah Garrecht Gassen, opinion page editor and columnist, The Arizona Daily Star. Matt Russell, Inside Tucson Business food and beverage columnist … Continue reading →
The Monday Political Face-off with Commentators Jeff Rogers and John Munger. Then our monthly visit with retired four-star General and Army Chief of Staff John Wickham. Plus, our Mexico Report with Ricardo Castro-Salazar, political science professor at Pima community College.
Dr. George Hammond, director of the Economic and Business Research Center at the UA-based Eller College of Management. Also, Financial Consultant Shelly Fishman with the Tuesday MoneyMaker Report. Then State Rep. Andres Cano (AZLD 3 – D) and Anthony Gimino … Continue reading →
The quarterly Tucson Air Service Update with Dick Gruentzel, Tucson Airport Authority CFO. Also, our Christmas visit with Father Robert Hendrickson, rector at St. Philip’s In The Hills Episcopal Church.
The Monday Political Face-off featuring Commentators John Munger and Jeff Rogers. Then Environmental Reporter Mitch Tobin, director of the Water Desk at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Plus, walking Tucson’s historic neighborhoods with Historian Ken Scoville.
Tucson City Councilmember Richard Fimbres (D-Ward 5), Leila Counts, TUSD governing board member, and Dr. Robert Hendricks, one-time Arizona School Superintendent of the Year and now Buckmaster education contributor.
A newsmaker interview with Mick Hammond, chair, AZ State Transportation Board. Then Aurelie Sheehan, chair, UA English Dept. with holiday book giving ideas. Plus CPA Michael C. Flowers will yearend tax tips.
Harry Alexander, host, “Voices of the West,” talks about the future of Old Tucson. Then the Tuesday MoneyMaker Report with Financial Consultant Shelly Fishman. Also, Steve Farley, CEO, Humane Society of Tucson & Southern AZ and Tony Penn, CEO, United … Continue reading →