KGLP Station Manager Rachel Kaub speaks with McKinley County Democratic Party Chair Cas Hoffman about changes and upcoming events.
Yolanda Travers interviews members of the Wind Quintet, "WindSync", in KGLP's studio on February 8, 2018, prior to their performance that evening at 7 in El Morro Theatre, as the next in the Gallup Community Concert Series, whose Executive Director, Toni Neff, joins the conversation on the "Don't Worry, Be Happy" show.
More on the Wind Quintet at https://www.windsync.org/
KGLP Station Manager Rachel Kaub speaks with the Reverend Lorelei Kay of Gallup's Westminster Presbyterian Church about recent congregation acceptance of LGBTQ folk in services and other aspects of church life.
Professor Stephen "Tropical Steve" Buggie, former host of "Tropical Reggae" on KGLP and recently retired from his teaching career at the University of New Mexico Gallup branch campus, speaks with KGLP Station Manager Rachel Kaub about music, his time at KGLP and UNMG, prospecting, and more.
Produced at El Morro Theatre by Gallup Repertory
On Dec. 8, 9, and 10 of 2017
Narrator – Erik Pederson
Ebenezer Scrooge – Terence Gurley
Bob Cratchit – Patrick Moore
Caroler/Goose Girl – Elysia Choudrie
Nephew Fred/Man on Street – Noah Saucedo
Charity Collector – Daya Choudrie
Jacob Marley – Jake Garrity
Ghost of Christmas Past – Juliana Rich
Fezziwig/Caller – Kelly Akeson
Young Ebenezer – Keanu Yazzie
Belle – Caroline Lisko
Belle's Husband - Zachary Yale
Ghost of Christmas Present – Brinn King
Mrs. Cratchit – Alicia Yale/Eva Prieto
Martha Cratchit – Teena Teran
Belinda Cratchit – Leslie Norton
Cratchit Children/Chorus – Becca Faber,
Tiny Tim – Kabren King
Woman on Street – Kelli Teran
KGLP Station Manager Rachel Kaub speaks with Shorty Sandoval and the incoming and outgoing directors of the Gallup Cultural Center about plans for an exhibit about Gallup area history. A kickoff fundraiser and party will be held at the Cultural Center beginning at 6pm on Friday, December 22, 2017, to get the project started.
KGLP Station Manager Rachel Kaub speaks with Camilla Feibelman, director of the Rio Grande Chapter of the Sierra Club, about the delay of the Bureau of Land Management's Methane Rule, which would have helped minimize impacts of gas release from mining activities.
Details of Sierra Club activites at https://www.sierraclub.org/?_ga=2.114587969.759114568.1513366566-1494606556.1513366566
Sunday, November 19, 2017
First United Methodist Church
Gallup, New Mexico
(1882 - 1949)
Crepuscule du soir - Serenata - Habanera
A la fenetre: Andantino Mosso - Allegro moderato
Jordan Yazzie, piano
(1778 - 1837)
Allegro con spiritu
(1770 - 1827)
Kimberly Robinson Hayes, violin
Bill Krzymowski, viola
Ian Brody, cello
Justin Pollak Oboe Carolyn Mazarakis
Sarah Jones Kristen Cochrane
Elizabeth Ketner Clarinet Antoinette Neff
Emmanuel Lalunio Nicholas Louis
Bassoon Megan Wilcox
Viola Christopher Dyer John Mezoff
Maria Gutierrez Horn Victoria McNamee
Cello Ian Brody
Han Freuden Timpani Patrick Neff
KGLP Station Manager Rachel Kaub speaks with Collin O'Mara, CEO for the National Wildlife Federation, on MegaFires, an escalating problem in the age of climate change and ineffective policies.
New report from National Wildlife Federation just released:
“Megafires: The Growing Risk to America’s Forests, Communities, and Wildlife.”
Collin O’Mara, president and CEO of the National Wildlife Federation, is available for interviews
With 2017 on pace to be America’s worst fire season on record and as California is still reeling from its deadliest wildfire disaster ever, the National Wildlife Federation released a new report on Oct. 19--“Megafires: The Growing Risk to America’s Forests, Communities, and Wildlife.” It’s available here: nwf.org/megafires-report
In addition to the six large fires that have recently scorched parts of California, firefighters have battled blazes in Montana, Oregon, Texas and West Virginia, according to the National Interagency Fire Center. While the number of fires is down this year, the acres burned per fire has soared, pointing to global warming’s effect on intensifying blazes.
“Megafires” details what’s making fires worse, including increasing development in wild areas, poor forest management, and global warming. It also prescribes what Congress can do now to help federal agencies, states and communities deal with the growing risk by solving the wildfire funding crisis, prioritizing forest restoration, advancing outcome-driven wildfire management practices, and cutting climate-disrupting carbon pollution.
Collin O’Mara, president and CEO of National Wildlife Federation, is available for radio interviews to discuss the ongoing megafires, the new report and his recent testimony before Congress urging bipartisan support. He’s appeared on NBC News, ABC News, National Public Radio, MSNBC, the Weather Channel, and many other outlets.
KGLP Station Manager Rachel Kaub speaks with Ganado, AZ - raised Jim Kristofic, who has a new book of stories told from a Navajo perspective. He will be speaking and reading from his book at Gallup's Octavia Fellin Library Children's branch at 6pm on Thursday, November 30, 2017.