Mon. Oct.6th. 7p: Host Henry Gonzales will be interviewing Ron Brenneman, author of Perquin Musings, who currently resides in El Salvador. During his time in New Mexico, he will talk at various events about "Poverty, development & education in rural El Salvador ", such as:
Thursday, October 9th, 7:00 pm, Center for Peace & Justice (202 Harvard Dr SE, Albuquerque)
Sunday, October 12th, 2:00 pm , Op.cit Books (500 Montezuma Ave, Santa Fe)
Mon. 12 May 7p: Henry Gonzales will interview members of the Sephardic community about the upcoming Festival Djudeo Espanyol 2014. Héctor Contreras, one of the presenters, will talk about two Mexican film presentations at the Festival. Héctor is a native of Chihuahua, México who has done extensive research on Jewish literature, history and culture.
Mon. 10 June 7p:Albuquerque’s Annual Celebration of the History, Language, and Culture of the “Hidden Jews” of New Mexico, celebrates its third year. Host Henry Gonzales will interview Hershel Weiss, Festival Coordinator, and Maria Apodaca about the upcoming Sephardic/Crypto-Jewish Festival that will take place during Fathers Day weekend, June 14-16th, at Nahalat Shalom (3606 Rio Grande NW, Albuquerque).
Sat. 6 April, 2p: Celebrate with RAÍCES Collective, César Chavez legacy of inclusion, non violence, and action. On Saturday show we´ll have music, and joy, with interviews to people participating in the march and Festival from the National Hispanic Cultural Center. Collective members, Henry, Guille, Adam, Toby, Sarah, Anna, Iggy, Cristina, and others will be there to share it!
Mon. 10/15 7p: RJ Mirabal will be interviewed by host Henry Gonzales about his newly published book: "The Tower of Il Serrohe" pulls the reader into the deteriorating life of Don Vargas, thrown out of the house by his promiscuous wife. He lands in a dilapidated adobe casita in the Valle Abajo, a valley strangely like and unlike his own Rio Grande Valley, Albuquerque. The casita serves as a portal into an unknown world, a parallel to the present existence.
Sat 7/28 2.30pm_ Jimmy Santiago Baca, New Mexican author of "A place to stand", will talk with host Henry Gonzales about a documentary based on his authorized memoir, which has been called “elegant and gripping” (The Los Angeles Times).
"A place to stand" follows Baca´s transformation from nearly illiterate convict to award-winning poet .