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Video of The Week — The Sagan Series (Pt 3) – A Reassuring Fable   Leave a comment

I subscribe to the blog, Scriptor Obscura. This morning she shared a video posted on the Facebook page, “The Sagan Series.” If you are looking for some “food for thought,” this just might be more than many can chew. This series was first broadcast on PBS in 1980 and it is still generating plenty of discussion today — sometimes, with little civility. Like almost all of Sagan’s work, it’s a great video.


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Why Save PBS?   Leave a comment

Posted March 11, 2011 by kenneturner in Commentary, Information

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Bob Dylan at the White House   Leave a comment

This past weekend another “In Performance at the White House” took place. This one was “A Celebration of Music from the Civil Rights Movement” and one of the performers was Bob Dylan singing “The Times, They are a Changing,” in his first performance at the White House.


Posted February 12, 2010 by kenneturner in Art, Music, video

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Stevie Wonder on PBS   Leave a comment

23211080-23211083-slargeWhether you love the music of Stevie Wonder or not, I suggest you learn more about the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song,  The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize, which aired tonight on PBS.  Click here.


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Posted February 26, 2009 by kenneturner in Music

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