Today Paul Pepper chats with DBRL's SARAH HOWARD about "Countdown to Kindergarten", happening March 23. Also, DEB DEEKEN and SUSAN ZORSCH, Ellis Fischel Cancer Center, talk about the big move from the Business Loop to University Hospital.
Today Paul Pepper talks to ANDREA SHELTON, City of Columbia's Recycling Dept., about the first compost workshop of the season, starting next week! Also, HEATHER HARLAN, Phoenix Programs, Inc., shares the first steps to getting help.
Today Paul Pepper talks to JOAN STACK, State Historical Society of Missouri, who has brought items from the Civil War-era that are now display in an exhibit titled, "Money, Mail and Memoria: Ephemera of the Civil War Era."
Today Paul Pepper chats with VALERIE CHAFFIN, Second Chance, about their upcoming trivia night fundraiser. Also, JUDITH McKENNEY, talks about "Music Is In the Air: The Salvation Army Women's Auxiliary Third Annual Benefit Concert", happening this Sunday!
Today Paul Pepper welcomes MEL MERCER and four students who share what it's like to be a People to People Student Ambassador and what they're looking forward to most about their upcoming European trip.
Today Paul Pepper and AFTAN BRYANT, Central Missouri Dietetic Association, talk briefly about National Nutrition Month. The theme this year is 'Eat Right, Your Way, Everyday'. Also, YVONNE MATHEWS and MABLE GRIMES perform a poem for Black History Month.
Today Paul Pepper welcomes SUE MASSATT, MU Health Care, who talks about March being Low Vision Awareness Month. Did you know macular degeneration affects more than 15 million Americans? Also, KAREN GRUNDY and the Missouri Contemporary Ballet are having a show called "Connectivity."
Today Paul Pepper chats with JENIFER FLINK about the latest show at the Boone County Historical Museum and Galleries. The show, titled "A Perfect Pair", is a retrospective on a local couple and will run for 8 weeks.
Today Paul Pepper and ED HANSON talk about the latest production from Talking Horse Productions, "A Man of No Importance", opening tonight! Also, LIZ SCHMIDT is back with a full list of activities, starting Feb. 27.
Today Paul Pepper chats with LAUREN WILLIAMS about continuing education classes at Daniel Boone Regional Library. Over 500 classes! Also, MONTA WELCH, talks about the grassroots-based visioning program in Columbia and a 'net-zero' house.
Today Paul Pepper welcomes back LUCILLE SALERNO from Osher Lifelong Learning - March 4 is the start of the spring semester. Also, ROB CROUSE, Capital City Players, talks "Lombardi", starring Warren Kretch. Opens this Thursday.
Today Paul Pepper discusses ACCESS ARTS' workshop, "Hiding in Plain Sight", with SHAWNA JOHNSON. It takes place February 23; space is limited! Also, GENE FORRESTER, D&H Drugstore, talks dry skin: advice, products and more.
Today Paul Pepper chats with MICHELLE KEMP, Coordinator for Children's Miracle Network at MU Children's Hospital, about their upcoming radio-thon, in which 100% of the donations stay local. Also, River City Habitat for Humanity's KELLY SMITH, talks about "Brush with Kindness," a program to help the elderly.
Today Paul Pepper welcomes NANETTE WARD, Central Missouri Stop Human Trafficking, and JESSICA PENNER, Director, Mustard Seed, who talk about buying products that meet the nine principles of fair trade, such as safe working conditions.
Today Paul Pepper talks to RACHEL ELLERSIECK, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Mid-Missouri, about the upcoming Red Shoe Gala, taking place Feb. 27. Also, CATHY SALTER, Boone County Museum and Galleries, talks about their monthly Saturday Morning Book Talk series. This Saturday, it's Margaret Sayers Peden.
Today Paul Pepper chats with PAT BROOKS, Central Missouri Dietetic Association, about a one-hour class on eating healthy, TONIGHT at the Columbia Public Library. Also, GRETCHEN ROBERTS, MU Children's Hospital, talks about Pancake Day at IHOP on February 5th.