Rep. Dina Titus is back from Capitol Hill and takes your questions this Friday at 9 a.m. Call 258-3552 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
And the leaders of four UNLV departments that are on the chopping block for possible elimination are here to discuss making tough decisions in the face of massive budget cuts.
Are you in one of the seven programs on the cutting block at UNLV? If so give us a call with your questions and comments on the possibility of losing your program?
We often talk to troops on our show about their time overseas. But what
about the wives and husbands back at home? How do you tell your kids that
Mom or Dad will be gone for a year? And how do you deal with signs of PTSD
when your spouse returns? We talk with military wives on Friday at 9 a.m.
Junot Diaz burst onto the literary scene when he was 28, a young Dominican who wrote about growing up poor and fatherless in New Jersey. But when it came time to write a novel, he got stuck on page 75.
Guess who's turning 200 this year? Frederic Chopin! The Las Vegas Philharmonic celebrates the composer's bicentennial as part of its Masterwork Series. Ukranian pianist Valentina Lisitsa joins Maestro David Itkin and the Philharmonic for a night of concertos.
How do you imagine the modern woman? Does she stuff her bra with tennis balls? Does she drink too much at class reunions, or steal animals from the zoo? According to Alissa Nutting, she definitely does. The BMI writer talks about her fresh approach to the modern-day, dysfunctional woman.
What does a life of guns, children, and prayer mats look like through a photographer's lens? Air Force photographer Larry Reid talks about taking pictures of sergeants mixing with everyday Afghanis. How did it change his perspective? Join us for a special conversation.
The health care bill is now law. So what's next for patients and providers in Nevada? Journalist T.R. Reid and UNLV Professor Chris Cochrane answer your questions. Call 258-3552 during the program or e-mail us at email@example.com.
Take two sisters. Add a video camera, color contact lens, two brooding boys and vampire teeth... and you've got "The Hillywood Show." Two local sisters talk about how their online show became an overnight phenomenon, and what to do when Hollywood comes knocking.
The state's organics department nearly got the chopping block this year, until farmers and food lovers got angry. How are organic farms faring here, and why are there so few in Southern Nevada? We talk to Nevada farmers on Friday at 9 a.m.
Veterans face a lot of issues when they end their service - like PTSD and trying to collect benefits. But what issues do female veterans face? We talk to a panel of women who have served. If you have a story, call us at 258-3552 during the program or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. More
A Detroit law school clinic helps veterans cut through red tape to get their benefits. They took the idea nationwide, and they come to Las Vegas this week. We talk to the program's director about helping low-income veterans whose cases stay unresolved for years. More
At this time last year, legislators were gleefully talking about Nevada becoming the Saudi Arabia of solar. So what's the state of solar in Nevada?
Are more solar plants in the pipeline? Experts give us the low-down on the future of solar in Nevada. More
Author Alan Jay Zaremba joins us to talk about the betting culture that surrounds March Madness, and why Vegas is the best place for it.
Alan Jay Zaremba, Prof of Communications, Northeastern U, and author, The Madness of March: Bonding and Betting with the Boys in Las Vegas .
Know the difference between an "ollie" and a "nollie?" You would if you're a skateboarder. The Winchester Skate Team joins us to talk about some sick tricks... and how the team is helping them get better grades and stay on track for school. More
Writers have to imagine themselves in other people's lives when they're building characters. But what does it take to be an American writer imagining the lives of Korean war victims and Argentine women during a revolution? We talk to playwright Lavonne Mueller about creating stories. More