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The Food Guys
8:00 am
Fri September 20, 2013

You Say Allium, I Say Onion

September 22nd, 2013: Jon and Greg open with a quote from Julia Child -  "It is hard to imagine a civilization without onions" - then go on to recommend basic tips for cooking onions, specifically for onion ragout.

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Masters of Irish Rhythm 'n Tears
8:00 am
Fri September 20, 2013

Karan Casey & John Doyle

Credit Compass Records

"Musician's Spotlight," Tuesday, September 24th, 2013: Two of the most respected names in Irish acoustic music, guitarist John Doyle and vocalist Karan Casey,  sat down with host John Floridis at the 2013 Montana Folk Festival in Butte for a "kitchen concert" and chat.

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Simon O’Dwyer and Maria Cullen O’Dwyer
4:22 pm
Thu September 19, 2013

Prehistoric Music of Ireland

Simon O’Dwyer and Maria Cullen O’Dwyer
Credit Michael Marsolek

"3,000 Years of Ancient Ireland’s Music and Instruments" is the title of Simon O’Dwyer and Maria Cullen O’Dwyer's lecture at 8pm on Thursday, September 19th in the Dennison Theater at the University of Montana-Missoula, and on Friday, September 20th at 7:30pm at the Butte-Silver Bow Archives in Butte.

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Hunger in Montana
9:18 am
Thu September 19, 2013

20 percent of Montana’s kids aren’t getting enough to eat

Logo for upcoming summit on childhood hunger

One in five Montana kids is going hungry.

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MTPR Music
7:08 pm
Wed September 18, 2013

Wayne Escoffery and friends on What I Like About Jazz

Sax player Wayne Escoffery, pianist Xavier Davis, bassist Ugonna Okegwo, keyboard player Rachel Z. and drummer Justin Brown are playing in Missoula, Sept.21 & 22,  at Daly Jazz. Tune in to "What I Like About Jazz," 8:30-9:30pm on September 18th to hear clips featuring these great modern jazz artists in their formative years, as well as current recordings.  

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Commentary
4:17 pm
Wed September 18, 2013

Mansfield for a New Generation

Mansfield for a New Generation
by Abraham Kim, Ph.D.
Director, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Center

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Commentary - September 18th, 2013
2:01 pm
Wed September 18, 2013

What is an Indian?

In the background of all issues involving American Indians is always the question of what is an Indian? While there are any number of groups in this country today who have complicated issues surrounding identity, there is no identity issue more complicated than that of American Indian identity. As an aside, you will notice I did not say no identity issue is more important.

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Ambassador Stephens
10:22 am
Wed September 18, 2013

First female ambassador to South Korea hoping to spend more time in Montana

Ambassador Kathleen Stephens

The first female ambassador to South Korea is retiring from the U.S. Foreign Service after 35 years.

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MT Jobs Summit
10:12 am
Wed September 18, 2013

Biggest results of jobs summit may take time to see, if they are seen at all

22 year-old Alex Crosby lines up for a free website offered to businesses by Google during the Montana Economic Development Summit Tuesday
Credit Dan Boyce

 The shaking of hands and rubbing of elbows is winding down in Butte.

The Montana Economic Development Summit wrapped up in the Mining City Tuesday.

Senator Max Baucus’s office and the Montana chamber of commerce led the organization for the event.

Corporate sponsors paid the quarter million dollar bill for the two-day summit, letting anyone who signed up to come for free.

Capitol Reporter Dan Boyce says about 4,000 total attendees registered  to not only hear from some of the world’s leading business executives, but also to network.

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Memoir
6:00 am
Wed September 18, 2013

Looking for a Set of Stories to Inhabit

the days are gods, a memoir by Liz Stephens

During this program, Liz Stephens talks with TWQ producer Chérie Newman about her move from L.A. to rural Utah, and reads from her memoir, the days are gods, which chronicles what she and her husband experienced during their time in Wellsville.

About the book:

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