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Join KSJD each weekday at 8:30am for news, views, and musical commentary on local and national events,the environment, arts, culture, local politics, and more. This program has alternating hosts depending on the day of the week, and includes content from these programs:
Upcoming Zine Programs, September 1st-5th
- Monday, September 1st
Labor Day is a time to take a break and celebrate our working lives and what they mean to us and our society. Join us for the Monday morning Zine at 8:30 for two stories on people who work in Washington DC; one from a parking enforcement officer, and one from a middle school administrative aide.
- Tuesday, September 2nd
Farming, ranching, and access to fresh, local food is vital to life in the Four Corners area. Tune in to the Tuesday morning Zine at 8:30 for another episode of the Big Fat Farm Show, where host Sarah Syverson talks about her new theater performance about the farming life called "Growing: Adventures In Food and Farming".
- Wednesday, September 3rd
The Montezuma Land Conservancy works to protect important lands through partnerships with landowners in Montezuma and Dolores Counties. Join us on the Wednesday morning Zine at 8:30 to learn more about how they help conserve agricultural, natural, and scenic lands, and what is coming up at their Harvest Beer Festival on Saturday.
- Thursday, September 4th
Near-Earth objects are asteroids or comets whose orbit intersects Earth's and which may pose a collision danger. Tune in to the Thursday morning Zine at 8:30 to learn about what scientists are doing to better detect which near-Earth objects may collide with our planet, what danger these objects pose to us, and how we may be able to keep these ever-present threats from hitting Earth.
- Friday, September 5th
Relationships form the basis of our lives, from our parents, to our partners, our friends, and co-workers. Tune in to the Friday morning Zine at 8:30 to hear about a new theater performance in Durango that examines relationships of all kinds, our struggles to maintain them, and our tendency to sabotage them.