Monday, July 21 - Diane Portnoy, author of "Immigrant Strength- Immigrant Gifts." The book examines the experience of immigrants in America, the contributions they have made, and the less than inhospitable welcome which they have been given.
Tuesday, July 22 - We rebroadcast an interview talking about the Schools of Hope program, in which volunteers work with Racine Unified students who are struggling with reading.
Wednesday, July 23 - Photographer Moni Must, author of "Living Witnesses: Triumph over Tragedy." The book is a collection of portraits of survivors of the Holocaust.
Thursday, July 24 - You'll meet Sarah Gorke, the new manager of the Kenosha Symphony Orchestra, who will talk about some of the exciting plans which the group has for the future.
Friday, July 25 - Jim Collins, author of "The Last Best League: One Summer, One Season, One Dream." The book was originally written and published ten years ago; in this new edition, Collins catches up with the aspiring young baseball players he talked about in the book. The title refers to the Cape Cod League, which features talent collegiate players from across the country - (similar to the Northwoods League of our own Kenosha Kingfish.)