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The Morning Show

Jack Rose and Janet DeLeo, co-presidents of the Kenosha chapter of NAMI (National Alliance for Mental Illness.) 

Malina Maynor Lowery, author of "The Lumbee Indians: An American Struggle." 

John Baldacci, former governor of Maine

American Experience documentary "The Circus"

Katherine Marsh, author of "Nowhere Boy." 

James Schatzman (Racine Vocational Ministries) and Michael Graveley (Kenosha DA) will talk about an upcoming employer expo for hiring prison re-entrants. .

Dr. Richard Sjoerdsma, a long-time member of the Carthage music faculty who retired several years ago. 

Allan Hamilton, author of "Lead with your Heart: Lessons from a Life with Horses."  

Jeff Pearlman, author of "Football for a Buck: The Crazy Rise and Crazier Demise of the USFL." 

Nick Barootian, artistic director of the Belle Ensemble. 

Jennifer Sassaman, guest director of the Racine Theater Guild's production of Blithe Spirit.

Project Trio-  This innovative group performs at Carthage Thursday night, Sept. 20th.

Gateway Technical College president Bryan Albrecht

Chris Kornelis, co-author of "Rocking Fatherhood:  The Dad-to-Be's Guide to Staying Cool."  

Nan Calvert with Matthew Collins, Director of Kenosha County Parks, talking about the Pike River Rendezvous

Saeeda Hafiz, author of "The Healing: One Woman's Journey from Poverty to Inner Riches"  

Dr. Robert Ducofffe, provost of the University of Wisconsin-Parkside.

Dr. Peggy James and Dr. Christopher Hudspeth discuss UW-Parkside's Smart Cities Brown Bag Lunch Series.

Dr. David Timmerman, provost at Carthage College.

Melissa Radke, author of "Eat Cake, Be Brave." 

Dr. Thomas J. Harbin, author of "Beyond Anger: A Guide for Men." 

Laurence Steinberg, author of "Age of Opportunity: Lessons from the New Science of Adolescence."   

No program because of Labor Day

Margaret Wilkerson Sexton, author of "A New Kind of Freedom."

 Schools of Hope program, which places volunteer tutors in area schools. 

Dr. Art Cyr pays his monthly visit to the program to offer his analysis of current events. 

Bonnie J. Rough, author of  "Beyond Birds and Bees: Bringing Home a New Message to Our Kids about Sex, Love, and Equality." 

Previewing "Nowhere to Hide," a POV documentary airing Monday night on PBS. 

Donald P. Ryan, author of "Beneath the Sands of Egypt: Adventures of an Unconventional Archaeologist."

Dr. Thomas Noer, Professor Emeritus of History at Carthage, author of "Soapy: A Biography of G. Mennen Williams."  

Best-selling novelist Olen Steinhauer, author of "The Middleman." 

Carthage student Isaac Leif  (a senior communications major)  talks about his ten-week internship with CNN. 

Christian Di Spigna, author of "Founding Martyr: The Life and Death of Dr. Joseph Warren, the American Revolution's Lost Hero." 

Mark Ribowsky, author of "In the name of the father:  Family, Football and the Manning Dynasty."   

Carthage history professor Dr. Thomas Noer, author of "Soapy:  A Biography of G. Mennin Williams." 

Dr. Walter E. Williams, Professor of Economics at George Mason University- syndicated columnist. 

Frances Petrick, Lynda Bogdala, Tara Paskiewicz,  three staff members from from Kenosha County's Brookside Care Center. 

Earl Swift, author of "Chesapeake Requiem: A Year with the Watermen of Vanishing Tangier Island."

Emily Kuhn, creator of the political app 1MyVote, offers analysis of important political races in Wisconsin. 

Bill Schneider, former political analyst for CNN, author of "Standoff: How America Became Ungovernable." 

Dr. Stephanie Miller and Dr. Patricia Harms, co-directors of the NEH Summer Institute: Women's Suffrage in the Americas. 

Nan Calvert with John Holzwart,  owner of Plant Based Services- and creator of Arboreus Inc., which advocates for the creation of edible landscapes in urban environments. 

Bryan Albrecht, president of Gateway Technical College- with representatives of the American Heart Association.

 Preview of this weekend's Starving Artists Fair in Racine.  

Part 1: Casey Sherman, author of "12: The Inside Story of Tom Brady's Season of Redemption."  Part 2: Carthage political science professor Jerry Mast talks about the midterm elections. 

Preview of the Kenosha Public Museum's Pike River Rendezvous

Doug Instenes looks back on his 25 years with the Racine Theater Guild and previews the 2018-2019 season.

Katharine Gerbner, author of "Christian Slavery:  Conversion and Race in the Protestant Atlantic World." 

Curt Smith, author of "The Presidents and the Pastime: The History of Baseball and the White House." 

Dr. Jerry Mast, Associate Professor of Political Science at Carthage.