Archaeology: Paul Reed, Archaeology Southwest
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"The Lost Communities of Navajo Dam" Patti Tharp
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W. Michael Farmer, The Odyssey of Geronimo: Twenty-Three Years a Prisoner of War, A Novel. Michael saw parallels between Geronimo’s life and the Trojan War as shown in this novel, written in first person Geronimo’s voice.

“Hope not Hate” features music by Viktor Ullman & Zikmund Schul who were killed in Auschwitz in 1944.  Ullman was born in 1898 and was very active in music composition and performance while living in Theresienstadt before being deported to Auschwitz on October 16 1944, and murdered the next day.
The Encouragement Lab: Dr. Mike Hattabaugh
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Roving with the Arts presents “Music of Hope, not Hate”. I begin a 25 part series of music written by imprisoned, mostly Jewish, musicians during WW 2 in Nazi prison camps between 1933 and 1945. These ill-fated musicians and composers, ensnared in the Holocaust, prevailed by performing and composing music of profound importance and beauty. Many of them were murdered but their music will live forever.
Join me the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at 9:00 AM, to discover their music.

Scott Michlin and Megan Cullip discuss the local service honoring Martin Luther King Jr.

Patricia discusses the conversations she had with New Mexicans about the American Tragedy and how she compiled the stories.

Local archaeologist Paul Reed is back with Scott Michlin!

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