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Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Hear pollster John Zogby's predictions on where the U.S. is headed politically, culturally, and spiritually. Also: Laura Cantrell performs live from her new travel-themed album, "Trains and Boats and Planes." A look at the work of visionary designer and architect R. Buckminster Fuller. And Ernest Borgnine on his six decades in Hollywood!


Ernest Borgnine, Laura Cantrell and John Zogby

Predicting America’s Future

Superpollster John Zogby has been called “the maverick predictor” by the Washington Post. He’s here to make predictions on where the U.S. is heading politically, culturally, and spiritually. His new book is The Way We’ll Be.

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Trains and Boats and Planes

Laura Cantrell performs live from her new album, “Trains and Boats and Planes.” She recorded the travel-themed album as a way to satisfy her travel urges while she was at home following the birth of her daughter.

Event: Laura Cantrell’s Let Us Now Praise Famous Women
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R. Buckminster Fuller, American Visionary

Designer, architect, and inventor R. Buckminster Fuller has been called one of the greatest American visionaries of the 20th century. A new exhibit at the Whitney Museum, "Buckminster Fuller: Starting With the Universe," looks into five decades of Fuller’s work, including his extensive use of the tetrahedron. Michael ...


Ernest Borgnine: The Man Behind the Roles

Oscar-winner Ernest Borgnine has played more than 190 film and television roles! In his new autobiography, Ernie, he writes about the man behind those roles, and the many changes he’s seen in the movie business over the past six decades.

Event: Ernest Borgnine will be speaking and signing books

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