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Bridging the Gap – Session 3, Trump 9.18.2017

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Paul Thomas moderates a panel discussing the topic, bridging the political divide, the third in the series of discussions aimed at providing both insight and useful ways of dialoguing with people of differing views.
Panelists include Pat Chesbro, Lynette Cooper, Warren Keogh and Rick Mystrom.
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Radio Book Club: Who Cooked Adam Smith’s Dinner? 8.30.2017

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Host Judy Gette and MatSu College faculty member and national media columnist, Holly Bell, discuss economic rationality as they review Katrine Marcal’s book exploring a feminist view of economic reality.
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Haley Jenkins – A year in South Korea August 2017

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Mike Chmielewski interviews Haley Jenkins, a recent Valley high school graduate, upon her return from a year living and studying in South Korea.
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Alaska Humanities Forum Update Interview 8.14.2017

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Mike Chmielewski interviews AKHF President and CEO Kameron Perez-Verdia and Director of Development & Communications Jann Mylet.
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89.7 off the air temporarily

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Our transmitter on Lazy Mtn. is down due to technical difficulties on Wed. July 26.  We are working on it and hope to be back on the air on Thursday.  89.5 and 91.5 are still working – as well as the internet stream.

Fri. 7/28: Back up on 89.5 in mono.

Holly Gittlein Interview April 2017

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Mike Chmielewski interviewed Holly Gittlein about her path to becoming an artist.
Holly has created a metal sculpture which is being installed at Academy Charter School in memory of David Grunwald.
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Real ID: What is it? How may your life might be affected? 5.4.2017

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Mike Chmielewski interviewed Marla Thompson, Director of the Alaska DMV and Brian Duffy, from the Alaska department of Military and Veterans Affairs. If you have heard a little about Real ID but are not sure just what an ID change can mean to you, Marla and Brian provide the background that can help you discuss […]

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Walkability: Can I get there from here? April 2017

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Mike Chmielewski interviewed Don and Chris with Alta Planning upon completion of the recent community training and meetings with representatives and residents of Palmer, Wasilla and the Borough.
Listen to their summary of both what was learned and suggestions for improving walkability in the Valley.

Volunteer of the Year Tim Escher

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Our volunteers are so awesome that the Board decided we’d have 2 volunteers of the year.  Tim Escher’s volunteerism at Radio Free Palmer includes: Built the tower and set up the equipment for the Glacier View translator;Key persons in moving the Lazy Mountain translator last summer;Member and current chair of the Community Advisory Board; Researched, […]

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Greg Gusse Tribute with David Cheezem

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Well known Palmer poet and artist, Greg Gusse died in January, 2017. In celebration of his life and birthday – April 7, 2017 – we are rebroadcasting a poetry reading with Greg and David Cheezem, originally aired in December 2013.

Super Saturated Sugar Strings Shred the Cabbage
Sept. 22 at the Glenn Massay Theater, Palmer.
Doors Open 6 pm ~ Concert  7:30 pm
Silent Auction, Food, Bottled Water and Beer Available for Purchase
Concert: $20
Concert and Dinner: $40
Buy Tickets
Arkose Beer available for purchase
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