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9:50 am
Thu April 26, 2012

WNCW Broadcasts MerleFest on WSIF 90.9

WNCW celebrates Merlefest this week, in its 25th year honoring Merle Watson.  Tune in to our WSIF 90.9 live broadcast if you're there!

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4:00 pm
Wed April 25, 2012

Morning Edition on Thursday, April 26: Living Well With Parkinson's Disease and Multiple Sclerosis

This special day of information and encouragement for those living with Parkinson's or MS is Saturday, April 28. Lisa Cox, a Parkinson's patient and volunteer for GHS, talks about the importance of more people being aware of the symptoms of these chronic diseases. She also talks about the fact that being diagnosed with either is not a death sentence.

 

Learn more at www.GHS.org.

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4:00 pm
Tue April 24, 2012

Morning Edition on Wednesday, April 25: "The Blood Sugar Solution" by Dr. Mark Hyman

Do you suffer from 'diabesity'? Almost 50 percent of Americans do and probably don't even know it. Dr. Hyman talks about the reasons why so many of us are either diabetic or on the verge of becoming diabetic. He also talks about how easy it is to reverse diabesity and not only lose weight, but become healthier overall. It's all about cooking and eating.

 

Find out more at www.DrHyman.com.

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10:00 am
Mon April 23, 2012

'The Race For What's Left: The Global Scramble for the World's Last Resources' by Michael Klare

Morning Edition: On Tuesday, April 24 Michael Klare discusses - in the starkest of terms - whether the efforts and cash being expended to find the last reserves of oil, natural gas and minerals wouldn't better be spent trying to change our way of life before we totally use up all of the natural resources the planet Earth has left. Is there a better way?

 

Find out more at www.Facebook.com/Michael.Klare

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10:00 pm
Tue April 17, 2012

Morning Edition Wednesday, April 18th: Bully-Proofing Schools

NEA Urges Adults to Bully-Proof Schools

National Education Association Vice-president Lilly Eskelsen urges parents to take their kids to see the documentary "The Bully", now open in theaters. Then, after you've seen it, open a dialogue about bullying and the damage it does. Eskelsen also talks about the information and online petition available at the website where you can learn how to talk about bullying and how to take action to end it.

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9:52 pm
Mon April 16, 2012

Tonight on ARC Overnight

Jaclyn Anthony interviews Shearwater's Jonathan Meiburg on ARC Overnight tonight at 1AM.

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10:00 pm
Sun April 15, 2012

Morning Edition Monday, April 16th: Tax Loopholes

NEA Wants Congress to Close Tax Loopholes

The President of the National Education Association, Dr. Dennis Van Roekling, talks about how easy it would be to solve the tax issue if legislators would just close corporate tax loopholes that allow many large corporations to avoid paying any taxes at all. He then talks about how just a few loopholes account for $3 Trillion in uncollected taxes which could be used for education, health care, job creation and to pay down debt. 

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6:00 pm
Sun April 15, 2012

Today on Local Color

On Sunday's edition, our "Local Color...Live at Landslide" series resumes, with an interview/performance from Asheville performer Lyric. Courtesy Landslide Studio in Asheville.

Our Album Spotlight is from Asheville quintet, Sanctum Sully. We'll spin 3 tracks from their newest release, a bluegrassy affair, titled "Trade Winds."

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1:00 pm
Wed April 11, 2012

Morning Edition April 12th: YMCA of WNC Healthy Kids Day 2012

The YMCA of Western North Carolina will host Healthy Kids Day on Saturday, April 14th.  Morgan Neely and Virginia Maziarka of the Asheville YMCA will talk about this national day of fun for kids and parents to focus on healthy activities and healthier habits to make being healthy a natural part of everyday life for everyone. For details go to www.ymcawnc.org.

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