Mon. 8/20 7.30p: Music in Spanish is written with the letter A ... Music is a Feminine gender word! Let´s explore young women singers throughout Latin America:you will enjoy to know them! Host: Cristina Baccin
MusicAse escribe con A de género femenino... Descubramos juntos el mundo de jóvenes mujeres cantantes latinoamericanas: rapperAs, trovadorAs, cantadorAs...
Originally published on Mon August 20, 2012 3:07 pm
Since GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney picked Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin as his running mate, seems all we've been hearing about is Medicare and its future.
No surprise, of course: Ryan is the author of the GOP budget plan that would dramatically remake how the health care insurance program for seniors is managed and funded. He also calls for big changes to Medicaid, the insurance program for the poor, including elderly Americans who have exhausted their means.
In an op-ed for The Wall Street Journal, former Major League Baseball commissioner Fay Vincent describes incidences of clubs, offices and public spaces posing obstacles for him and his wheelchair. He joins NPR's John Donvan to discuss the places where those in wheelchairs still don't feel welcome.
Syria's civil war erupted again on Monday, just one day after the U.N. ended its monitoring mission in the country. Reporter Jon Lee Anderson joins NPR's John Donvan to discuss the different factions that are rising up amid the current confusion.
Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.'s recent diagnosis of bipolar disorder has focused attention on the shame that sometimes accompanies mental health diagnoses in the African-American community. Psychiatrist William Lawson joins NPR's John Donvan to discuss why such a stigma exists.
KUNM Call In Show Thu. 8/23 8a: The Mars Rover Curiosity is exploring the Martian landscape as we speak! What has the ChemCam laser discovered so far about the planet? What surprises are in store? We'll speak with Roger Wiens and Horton Newsom from the Mars Science Laboratory mission's ChemCam team. We'll also hear from Robert Edmonds, a graduate student in Las Cruces who recently received funding to study dust storms on Mars. We'd like to hear from you!
Originally published on Mon October 15, 2012 9:02 am
No one said it would be easy to sell kids on quinoa and kale, but an invitation to the White House's first Kids State Dinner today, complete with fresh fruit topiaries and balloon animals, turned out to be just the ticket for some.