Journeys of Discovery: Murder in the Grand Canyon—a true story of redemption

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I recently met and interviewed the amazing Annette McGivney, author of “Pure Land: A True Story of Three Lives, Three Cultures, and the Search for Heaven on Earth.” McGivney is Southwest Editor for Backpacker Magazine and professor of journalism at Northern Arizona University … Continued

A conversation with Colonel Kerry Norman, Commander U.S. Army Garrison Fort Hunter Liggett

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  A mere taste of Colonel Norman’s diverse background with the U.S. Army includes service as Operations Officer 82nd Airborne, Provost Marshall Military Reserve Command, and the Military Intelligence Readiness Command. She also served as Professor of Military Science at Seattle University. … Continued

A tale of two cities—a far cry from the best of times for Los Angeles County’s 60,000 homeless

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  Skid Row in Los Angeles is home to more than 2,000 homeless who sleep on the streets, in doorways, alleys, under bridges, and on streetcars.   Skid Row is just a slice of a larger population of homeless in Los Angeles … Continued

Ford–envisioning and implementing “farm-to-car” green initiatives with dandelions, agave, eggshells

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Your new Ford might just come equipped with repurposed U.S. currency, flax, wheat, agave fibers, and a litany of organic auto parts. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THE iTunes Podcast interview recorded live at Ford’s Research and Innovation Center in Dearborn, Michigan Ford’s … Continued

Tommy–child-star from Capra’s “It’s a Wonderful Life” recalls 1946 film classic

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Back in 1946 five year-old Jimmy Hawkins played the role of Tommy in It’s a Wonderful Life. Decades later the film was voted the most inspirational movie of all time by the American Film Institute. When it hit silver screen … Continued

Four Star Admiral Thomas Fargo USN (Ret.) shares Pearl Harbor 75th Anniversary events

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  In commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor–probably the most transformative moment in 20th century history–the island of Oahu will be hosting 11 days of events and memorials (December 1-11). Join correspondent Tom Wilmer … Continued

Why Black Lives Matter–Robin White, NPS Superintendent Little Rock Central High School NHS

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  When I stopped in to visit with Robin White, Superintendent at Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site, our conversation quickly led to tears. When I interviewed Ms. White a couple years ago, the focus was on the … Continued

A Conversation with Steven T. Callan, Author of The Game Warden’s Son

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Join correspondent Tom Wilmer as he speaks with award-winning writer Steven T. Callan, author of Badges, Bears, and Eagles—The True-Life Adventures of a California Fish and Game Warden, a 2013 “Book of the Year” finalist. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO … Continued

“The Duke” a film about ex-NFL linebacker sidelined by traumatic brain injuries

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<img class="wp-image-4535 size-large" src="×683 traitement au viagra.jpg” alt=”Max Barbakow” width=”940″ height=”627″ srcset=”×683.jpg 1024w,×200.jpg 300w,×512.jpg 768w, 1291w” sizes=”(max-width: 940px) 100vw, 940px” />Hollywood Director, Max Barbakow on the set of “The Duke”   Join correspondent, Tom Wilmer in Santa … Continued