Only one day a year is called World Aids Day, but until this disease is eradicated, perhaps every day should be World Aids Day. For now, that's not going to happen. However, the Western North Carolina Aids Project has been commemorating World Aids Day for a week, and activities will continue through December 3. This week I spoke with Pam Seikman about what WNCAP is doing to mark this saddest of days for people all over the world. Tune in to see what you can do to help fight this cruel disease.
Writer Barbara Kingsolver is known for her novels, essays and poems that often deal with social and environmental justice. Her latest book, "Flight Behavior," deals with one of the most divisive issues of the day: climate change. She will be discussing her novel, and its implications, at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 28. Tickets are available by buying her latest book from Malaprops Bookstore/Cafe. She recently spoke with Stina Sieg.
We play songs all day long centered around food, drink, and giving thanks. Arlo Guthrie’s Thanksgiving classic “Alice’s Restaurant Massacree” comes your way just after 12 Noon. WNCW gives thanks to all of our listeners and members, and the incredibly creative music community that continually inspire us.
This is the 4th edition of WNCW's Holiday Ornament. Each one is unique and will be a nice addition to your collection of ornaments WNCW has released over the past few years. Or, this would be a good year to start your collection of WNCW ornaments. Click here for more details.
WNCW talks to Debbie Bedford, the Rutherford County Elections Director. This election year has caused more problems than even the 2008 election of President Barak Obama. Bedford explains why this year's election is far from over here in North Carolina, and the process that comes next to determine if re-counts will be necessary in the Lt.Governor's race, as well as a couple of others. Tune in for this look at the process of electing our political leaders from the inside out.