Monday, February 9
From the Headlines
The General Assembly’s Legislative Session is nearing its mid-point. Cross-over day is February 10th - it is the day when all legislation, with the exception of budget bills, must be completed in each house and sent to the other side for consideration. We'll bring you the latest from Daily Press reporter Kimball Payne and we'll talk with Dr. Quentin Kidd of Christopher Newport University and Dr. Robert Holsworth, President of Virginia Tomorrow, about the progress being made at the Capitol.
Virginia General Assembly
Daily Press Shad Plank Blog
Tuesday, February 10
Segment A: Economic Woes
We'll take a look at the ways the economic downturn is impacting Hampton Roads. Foreclosures in the area are two and a half times higher now than they were a year ago. We'll talk with Professor John Boschen from the College of William and Mary about what the government is talking about doing to do to help homeowners in fear of foreclosure.
Foreclosure Prevention Agencies in Hampton Roads
Southside Hampton Roads
The Up Center - 965-8657
STOP Organization - 858-1360
Catholic Charities - 484-0703
Community Housing Partners - 422-9664
Chesapeake RHA - 233-6403
Urban League of Hampton Roads - 627-0864
Suffolk RHA - 539-2100
Hampton Roads Center for Child and Family Services - 826-2227
Hampton RHA - 727-1111
YWCA Virginia Peninsula - 245-6026
Segment B: Arlo Guthrie
Arlo Guthrie is a singer, songwriter and lifelong political activist, who carries on the legacy of his legendary father Woody Guthrie. He's performing at the American Theatre in Hampton on February 12th and 13th. We'll bring you a conversation with Guthrie today on HearSay.
Official Arlo Guthrie Website
Wednesday, February 11
Political Third Parties
Third Parties in American Politics garner media attention in the midst of tight races during election seasons, but what do they do when there isn't a campaign under way? We'll talk with representatives from a variety of third parties today on HearSay.
Thursday, February 12
Are We Family?
Most Americans spend a good deal of their waking hours in the workplace. Some say they're 'married to the job' or have a 'work spouse'. Today on HearSay we'll explore the idea of your work colleagues providing a secondary family and what it means when that family is suddenly shifted due to a lay-off. Guests: David Whyte, author of The Three Marriages: Reimagining Work, Self and Relationship, and Ben Dattner of Dattner Consulting LLC.
Friday, February 13
Segment A: Presidents on Parade
Looking ahead to the President's Day holiday we’ll discuss the past, present and future of the American Presidency. Join us!
Segment B: Valentine’s Day
We’ll bring you some last minute gift ideas for that special someone from the editors at Martha Stewart Living Magazine. We also open the lines to get your thoughts about Valentine’s Day. Do you consider it a romantic day to cherish your loved ones? Or, in your opinion, is Cupid stupid? We want to hear how you celebrate, or why you don’t, today on HearSay.