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This Week on HearSay, November 27 - 30, 2006


Monday, November 27
FROM THE HEADLINES: MUCH ADO ABOUT FORT MONROE
We'll catch up on the latest headlines and take your calls, including the latest on the fate of historic Fort Monroe.  Detailed designs for the future development of the Army base were recently unveiled, but questions still remain over who will eventually be in charge of redevelopment once the Army vacates in 2011.  We'll talk about it on today's HearSay with FADA Chairman Bob Harper, Delegate Tom Gear (R) Hampton, and Robert Crouch, Assistant to the Governor for Commonwealth Preparedness.

Fort Monroe Reuse Plan
Citizens for Fort Monroe National Park

Tuesday, November 28
LIVING CULTURE: WINTER READING

It's time to chill out with a good winter read.  We continue our "Living Culture" series with Portfolio Weekly taking a look at art, culture, and life in Hampton Roads with some novel ideas for your winter reading list.  Join Cathy and guest, Port Folio Weekly Editor-in-Chief Tom Robotham and Kelly Justice of Fountain Bookstore.

www.portfolioweekly.com
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www.booksense.com

2006 Winter Reading Recommendations

  • Monkey Portraits, by Jill Greenberg 
  • World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War, by Max Brooks
  • Empires in the Forest: Jamestown and the Beginning of America, by Avery Chenoweth and Robert Llewellyn
  • Best Garden Plants for Virginia, by Richard Nunally and Laura Peters
  • When Crickets Cry, by Charles Martin 
  • The Blind Assassin: A Novel, by Margaret Atwood 
  • Our Endangered Values: America's Moral Crisis, and An Hour Before Daylight : Memoirs of a Rural Boyhood, by Jimmy Carter 
  • The Great Race, by Paul Goble 
  • Momfidence!: An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting, by Paula Spencer 
  • A Year or So with Edgar, and A Change of Gravity, by George V. Higgins
  • On Agate Hill: A Novel, by Lee Smith 
  • Messenger of Truth: A Maisie Dobbs Novel, by Jacqueline Winspear 
  • The Ghost Map, by Steven Johnson
  • A Confederacy of Dunces, by John Kennedy Toole
  • The Art of the Commonplace: The Agrarian Essays of Wendell Berry, by Wendell Berry and Norman Wirzba
  • Patton's Third U.S. Army: Lucky Forward, by Colonel Robert Allen
  • Marine Sniper: 93 Confirmed Kills, by Charles W. Henderson
  • On Death and Dying, by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross
  • They Shoot Canoes, Don't They?, and Never Sniff a Gift Fish, and The Grasshopper Trap, by Patrick F. McManus
  • Everything Is Illuminated: A Novel, and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, by Jonathan Safran Foer
  • Bodega Dreams: A Novel, by Ernesto Quinonez
  • The Alchemist, by Paul Coelho
  • GraceLand: A Novel, by Chris Abani
  • Special Topics in Calamity Physics, by Marisha Pessi
  • Snow Flower and the Secret Fan: A Novel, by Lisa See
  • My Life in France, by Julia Child and Alex Prud'Homme
  • The Poisonwood Bible: A Novel, by Barbara Kingsolver
  • Ragtime, by E. L. Doctorow
  • My Life, by Golda Meir
  • Voices from the Faultline: A Balkan Anthology, by A. Johnson
  • Hippie, by Barry Miles
  • A People's History of the United States: 1492-Present, by Howard Zinn
  • The Worst Hard Time: The Untold Story of Those Who Survived the Great American Dust Bowl, by Timothy Egan
  • Sandman graphic novels, by Neil Gaiman
  • Patricia Cornwell novels
  • Anton Chekhov Box Set

Wednesday, November 29
Segment A: LEADING CHANGE

WHRO is in search of a new President and CEO and we want your input.  On today’s HearSay, we’ll talk with Henry Light, Chairman of the Governing Board at WHRO and Jack Ezzell, board member and search committee Co-Chair, about their nationwide hunt for a new leader.  What type of person would you like to see at the helm?  We’ll take you calls and questions in the first half hour.

Presidential Search Web Page

Segment B: THE HISTORY HOTLINE
We’ll meet the “History Guys”, three Virginia scholars about to launch a new radio call-in show focused on American History.  Answering questions about the past and how we got to where we are today, hosts Ed Ayers, Brian Balogh, and Peter Onuf offer informed, frequently profound and inspiring, and often humorous insights into America's history and culture.  The pilot will be available in March 2007, but we’ll get a preview and let you ask your questions on this segment of HearSay.

Thursday, November 30
PET HEALTH

HearSay’s favorite veterinarian Phyllis Neumann is back to take on your pet dilemmas.  Join us for our monthly edition of Pet Health.

www.toddslanevet.com

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