CrossCurrents

Wednesdays & Sundays at 3:30pm

CrossCurrents is Aspen Public Radio's locally-produced public/cultural affairs program. Tune in every Wednesday for a thought-provoking, lively, roundtable conversation about current events, politics, the arts and local doings with newsmakers and community members from around the Roaring Fork Valley. Hosted by Carolyne Heldman. 

The Aspen Institute's Great Books Series senior moderators Pete Thigpen and Todd Breyfogle discuss why these ideas are so important in our society.

http://www.aspeninstitute.org/events/2014/01/29/great-books-series

Women's Forum, a non-profit started by Addy Waters to bring women together in the Roaring Fork Valley to expand their personal and professional horizons. The guests are Addy Waters and group members and facilitators Heather, Charla and Elizabeth.

http://womensforum.us.com/

Roaring Fork School District (RE-1) is considering a change to the school calendar. Superintendent Dr. Diana Sirko discusses the process and  the next steps along with John Bennett from Aspen Community Foundation's Cradle to Career Initiative.

The show is about The Aspen Challenge at Denver Public Schools with Natalie Travers, Program Manager of the Aspen Challenge, Will Palmquist, a junior at East High School in Denver, and Solicia Lopez, the Student Board Director at Denver Public Schools.

http://www.aspeninstitute.org/policy-work/challenge/denver

Paula Broadwell is an American writer, academic, and former military officer who is known for the extramarital affair ending the career of David Petraeus as the Director of the CIA .

She spoke at the Aspen Security Forum in the summer of 2012, before the scandal broke.

Dr. Mitchell Besser is a graduate of Harvard Medical School and founder of mothers2mothers, in which mothers living with HIV are employed to work in health centers, educating and supporting pregnant women and new mothers with HIV.

Since its inception in 2001, mothers2mothers has grown to provide services in seven countries in Africa, with nearly 3 million contacts with women each year.

A group of kids are traveling to Haiti as part of the Haiti School Project, a non-profit started by Carbondale builder Tim Myers after the devastating earthquake. Also, Laura Thielen from Aspen Film with her picks for the Academy Awards.

More about Aspen for Haiti: https://www.facebook.com/aspenforhaiti

More about Aspen Film: aspenfilm.org

Artists James Surls and Pamela Joseph along with Sam Harvey on their current exhibition.

http://www.harveymeadows.com/

The Aspen Valley Ski & Snowboard Club has four alums competing in the Sochi Olympics this year. Tyler Lindsey, Walt Evans and Amy Throm talk about the program.

http://www.teamavsc.org/

Dr. Robert Eckel served on the panel which issued new guidelines on heart health and spoke at The Aspen Meadows last weekend. The evening was moderated by Dr. Ann Mass.

Artist Nancy Lovendahl talks about her stay in China and the art that resulted from her time in Beijing which is on display now at the Wyly Arts Center in Basalt.

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