Here's the rundown for this week's guests
Help in managing your money, from MCC business professor and personal investment expert Joe Marchese
Gannett News Service film columnist Jack Garner with a review and analysis of the Oscars
Religion scholar Timothy Muldoon on the changing beliefs of young adult Americans (recorded)
Dave Zorn, executive director of the Sustainability Project for our region, looks at this week’s final series of public hearings on the region’s sustainability initiatives
St. John Fisher College political scientist, and former Rochester School Board finance chair, Jim Bowers
Carrie Remis of the Parent Power Project shares her views on school reform, and her involvement in the Governor’s special initiatives on school change
We talk with author and Holocaust survivor Rabbi Israel Meir Lau in advance of his weekend lecture at Light of Israel congregation in Rochester
Are we jailing too many of our young? Answers from Laura Speer of the Annie E. Casey Foundation, which has just released a new study of youth incarceration in America
Friday 3/1 (Arts Friday)
Meet the people of the upcoming Second Annual Fringe Festival as they begin assembling the roster of performers for the upcoming fest at the end of this summer
It’s 24 hours from the re-opening of the Dryden Theater on the Eastman House campus; find out what’s ahead for the area’s long-standing venue for the presentation of classic films
Some bookings can be subject to change or addition.
The conversation with media expert Tom Proietti originally scheduled for Thursday 2/28 in the first hour will instead be heard on a date in mid-March to be announced later.
All programs originate live in our studios unless otherwise indicated. Schedules are subject to change in response to breaking news. Pre-recorded programming may be replaced with live content on short notice.