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Monday, November 1, 2010 - 3:25pm

This week, Steve talks with Tim McGourthy and Joel Fontaine of the City of Worcester. They'll be discussing growing and expanding Worcester’s tax base in healthy, sustainable ways. Airs Sunday, November 7th at 10 pm!

Thursday, October 28, 2010 - 2:32pm

Nearly 10 years after the September 11th attacks, Americans are still reckoning with what our government has done and continues to do in the name of national security.  Join host Al Vuona as he talks with reporter Steve Hendricks about his new book, A Kidnapping in Milan: The CIA on Trial.  Tune in Sunday, October 31st, at 10:30 pm!

Thursday, October 28, 2010 - 1:58pm

Tonight on Inquiry we welcome back artist; painter GUSTAVE BLACHE III, whose beautiful, painterly works have been described as “Contemporary Impressionist”. Tonight he talks about a wonderful new series of work he has finished that honors one of the great restaurateurs of New Orleans and much more. To look at examples of Gustave’s work, go to: http://gustaveblache.com/

Wednesday, October 27, 2010 - 1:39pm

Professor of Philosophy at City University of New York, MASSIMO PIGLIUCCI returns to Inquiry to continue our conversation about his important book NONSENSE ON STILTS: HOW TO TELL SCIENCE FROM BUNK. In 1986 there was a rash of sightings of U.F.O.s. But just because hundreds of people saw “something”, does that make alien visitation a reality? How do we tell an honest expert from just another person who acts like they know something? Can we ever rely on our intuition? These are important questions to discuss at a time when so many divergent opinions are thrown at us in the media. If you care about getting to the truth of a report, a media project or a politician, tune in tonight.

Monday, October 18, 2010 - 2:37pm

This week, host Steve D'Agostino talks with Tripp Jones, chairman of The Campaign to Protect the Affordable Housing Law. The Campaign is a grassroots coalition of nearly 1,000 individuals and organizations, representing hundreds of thousands of residents. The coalition includes: civic, religious, business, municipal, and environmental, leaders as well as the leading senior, housing, human services, and civil rights groups. It is the largest and most diverse coalition ever assembled on affordable housing in our state. Hear more about his work with the Campaign, as well as with The MENTOR Network and MassINC, this Sunday October 24th at 10 pm right here on WICN!

Thursday, September 16, 2010 - 2:14pm

Host Steve D'Agostino talks with Casey Starr of Main South Community Development Corp. and Fardeen Chowdhury of Cool Hat Web Design. They talk about celebrating Worcester's Main South neighborhood. Listen this Sunday, September 19 at 10 p.m. (Eastern) on The Business Beat on WICN/90.5 FM and in streaming audio at WICN.org.

Friday, September 10, 2010 - 12:04pm

In an all-new episode, Steve D'Agostino talks with Norm Ringdahl of The Prints and the Potter Gallery and Mark Waitkus of Waitkus Studios. They talk about the 35th anniversary of The Prints and the Potter Gallery and the "Paint the Town" show to celebrate it. Airs Sunday, September 12 at 10 pm on WICN!

Thursday, July 29, 2010 - 10:38am

About 365 million years ago the first vertebrates left the water and walked on land on four legs. But why leave the warm and bountiful seas? Was it safer on land? Was there more food? What were these early tetrapods like and were they related to the frogs and salamanders were are familiar with today. What can the fossil record tell us about how these creatures lived? Tune in tonight to Inquiry when we welcome ROBERT CARROLL, among the most highly regarded experts on the evolution of amphibians and reptiles, Professor Emeritus at McGill University, longtime Director of the Redpath Museum and Chairman of the Department of Biology. Professor Carroll talks about one of the most fascinating developments in vertebrate evolution: becoming terrestrial. Professor Carroll’s book monumental book is titled THE RISE OF AMPHIBIANS: 365 MILLION YEARS OF EVOLUTION.

Thursday, July 15, 2010 - 10:08am

Can animals like chimpanzees, elephants or dogs have a kind of moral intelligence? Do some animals act altruistically and have the capacity for empathy, forgiveness and trust? Can animals be immoral? Tune in tonight to Inquiry for a fascinating conversation with cognitive ethologist MARC BEKOFF. Bekoff, with philosophy writer Jessica Piece, has written a controversial and thought provoking book which may change the way you look at the other inhabitants of this planet: WILD JUSTICE: THE MORAL LIVES OF ANIMALS.

Thursday, April 29, 2010 - 9:39am

Sustainability is no longer a buzzword hyping simple recycling efforts. Every day, companies are doing all they can to decrease their carbon footprint. Celebrating these efforts, Vault released its 2nd Annual Vault Guide to Green Programs. But Earth Day is even more significant because of the economic implications associated with going green.

Our economy was battered last year and the green job market that has been struggling in the past years, is now poised to become the next great job market. And with the President’s stimulus emphasizing energy and renewable investments, the market has become hot like never before.
These green jobs are going to, in huge part, swing us back to a pre-9.7% unemployment rate economy.

On that note, Vault also released its Guide to Environmental Careers, offering job seekers an insider’s edge into entering this burgeoning market.

My guest is Aman Singh, editor of corporate social responsibility for Vault, which is a comprehensive resource for career management and job search information, including insider intelligence on salaries, hiring practices and company cultures.

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