The new Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center at Gonzaga University, as well as the life and legacy of Spokane businesswoman and philanthropist Myrtle Woldson were today’s topics of discussion. Four guests from Gonzaga University joined us in-studio: Pamela Erickson, Lecturer of Theatre
Today’s show was an in-depth examination of election issues deemed important or even crucial by the voting public which are given limited attention by candidates, the political parties, and the media.
My Road Leads Home, a new locally produced documentary series on homelessness, was today’s topic of discussion. The series’ producer, Maurice Smith, was our in-studio guest.
Spokane’s public schools’ budgetary shortfall was today’s topic. Opening segment guest, Brian Coddington, is Director of Community Relations and Communications for Spokane Public Schools. Following a break we were joined on the phone by Rich Wood, spokesman for the statewide union
Chris Schroll, candidate for Spokane Mayor, was today’s guest.
SOS-Spokane’s co-hosts, James and Paul engaged in a discussion/debate on Spokane’s Homeless crisis.
Our guest was Spokane City Councilmember Breean Beggs, who is running for the City Council’s Presidency in the upcoming election.
Three members from the organization Health Care For All were today’s guests.
Paul and James discussed predatory lending institutions, their history, and their ongoing practices.
Today’s guests included Maritke Fakasheiki, executive director of Refugee Connections-Spokane, along with two of the organization’s refugee volunteer stalwarts originally from Iraq and Bhutan by way of Nepal, respectively.