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The Morning Show

Wisconsin writer Michael Perry, author of "Montaigne in Barn Boots:  An Amateur Ambles through Philosophy."  

Debbie Rambis, executive director of The Compassionate Friends.   This group is for parents who have had one or more of their children die. 

Nisha Zenoff,  author of "The Unspeakable Loss:  How do you live after a child dies?" 

Dr. Thomas Carr talks about a new exhibit at the Dinosaur Discovery Museum in Kenosha.   Also, we talk about the RTG's production of A Christmas Carol, which just opened. 

Daniel P. Bolger, author of "Our Year of War:  Two Brothers, Vietnam, and a Nation Divided." 

Carthage professor Art Cyr - analyzing current events and issues.

Noliwe Rooks, author of "Cutting School:  Privatization, Segregation and the End of Public Education."   

Dr. Peter Dennee, coordinator of Carthage's Christmas Festival- and composer Jocelyn Hagen, commissioned to write a new mass choir piece for the evening's finale. 

Dr. Lisa Kornetsky, director of Parkside's production of "Angels in America: the Millennium Approaches."   

Dr. James Kinchen, director of choral activities at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside- talking about their performances of Messiah and Vivaldi's Gloria. 

Susan Stryker, author of "Transgender History."  

No show because of Thanksgiving. 

No show because of Thanksgiving. 

Margot Kahn, co-editor of "This is the Place:  Women Writing about Home."  

Richard Chilton Jr., author of "Adventures with Old Vines:  A Beginner's Guide to being a Wind Connoisseur." 

Laura Pritchett, author of "Making Friends with Death:  A Field Guide for your Impending Last Breath." 

Sylvia Brown, author of "Grappling with Legacy." 

Bryan Albrecht, president of Gateway Technical College. 

Actor-activist-veteran Stephan Wolfort

Celebrating the final episode of the web series "Star Trek Continues" with James Kerwin and series cast member Kipleigh Brown

Anna Mazurkiewicz,  Associate Professor of History, University of Gdanks, Poland. 

Nan Calvert, from the Seno Nature Conservancy- and Dawn DeMuyt, Youth Farm Corps Program Manager at the Eco-Justice Center

Dr. James Ripley and Composer James Stephenson preview the Lakeside Band Festival. 

Leah Ingram, author of "The Complete Guide to How to pay for College."  Part two; Public education advocate, Diane Ravitch 

Debra Karp, Director of Community Engagement,  previews UW-Parkside's Nonprofit Leadership Conference.

Alan Rabinowitz, author of "An Indomitable Beast: The Remarkable Journey of the Jaguar."

Nicole Blades,  author of the novel "Have you met Nora?" 

Dr. Jerald Mast,  Associate Professor of Political Science at Carthage College.

(Day 2) J. Randall Blythe (of the rock group Lamb of God)- author of "Dark Days: A Memoir." 

(Day 1) J. Randall Blythe (of the rock group Lamb of God)- author of "Dark Days: A Memoir." 

Liza Mundy, author of "Code Girls:  The Untold Story of the American Women Code Breakers of World War Two." 

Samme Chittum, author of "The Flight 981 Disaster:  Tragedy, Treachery, and the Pursuit of Truth."

Isabel Rivero-Vila,  Carthage's French film series

Bryan Albrecht, president of Gateway Technical College-  celebrating Manufacturing Month

 Local author James Neibaur, author of "The Monster Movies of Universal Studios."

Dr. Art Cyr, Carthage College- offers his analysis of current events and issues.

Rich Cohen, author of "The Chicago Cubs:  Story of a Curse." 

Racine Theater Guild's production of "Indoor Outdoor."  

James Schatzman, Choral Arts Society- talking about "Trial by Jury." 

John Bacon, co-author with ESPN host John Saunders of "Playing Hurt: My Journey from Despair to Hope." 

Michael Orban, author of "Souled Out: Conquering Combat PTSD- a Memoir of War and Inner Peace."  

Part 1: Sandy Weidner and Cory Mason, candidates for the mayor of Racine. Part two: UW Parkside theater production of Moliere's "Don Juan." 

Nan Calvert- with Rick Fehr from the Hoy Audubon Club. 

NPR's Scott Simon, author of "Baby, We Were Meant for Each Other."   

Jerry Oppenheimer, author of "The Kardashians:  An American Drama."  

Amy Knight, author of "Orders to Kill:  The Putin Regime and Political Murder." 

Paul Beston, author of "The Boxing Kings:  When American Heavyweights Ruled the Ring." 

Anthony Barnhart, Assistant Professor of Psychological Science at Carthage- and professional magician! 

Philip Stead, author of "The Purloining of Prince Oleomargarine." 

Jack Rose, from the Kenosha chapter of NAMI- the National Alliance for Mental Illness.