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Jazz Calendar (Updated 12/ 8/2016)

Dec 8, 2016

BELLEVUE UNIVERSITY LECTURE – Tom Miya, World War II Veteran, who was sent in March, 1942 to a processing center in Fresno, California to await assignment to a detention camp “Constitution Day: Protecting the Rights of All Americans”

Last Call Rotation

Dec 4, 2016

50 Years of "Doc"

Nov 30, 2016
Omaha Zoo Foundation

Dr. Lee "Doc" Simmons Simmons started working at the then-named Henry Doorly Zoo in 1966 as a resident veterinarian, becoming the Zoo's director in 1970. He retired from that position in 2009 and serves today as chairman of the Omaha Zoo Foundation. In a conversation with Michael Lyon, he looks back at the last 50 years.

WASHINGTON COUNTY HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION LECTURE – Mark Musick, retired Nebraska Air National Guard Major General, and author of “Boxes: The Secret Life of Howard Hughes” “Howard Hughes: Madman, Genius or Both?”

FILM STREAMS DISCUSSION – Film: Taking Lena Home . Panel: Cindy Drake, Nebraska History Library Curator and Statewide Cemetery Registry Coordinator, with the Nebraska State Historical Society; Julie Middendorf, a genealogy enthusiast who solved the mystery of Lena’s provenance; Alexandra Grant, Director of “Taking Lena Home”. Moderator: Casey Logan, Film Streams Deputy Director

OMAHA PRESS CLUB – “Clear and Unbiased Facts about Changes in Healthcare (without All the Hype)” Rowen Zetterman, Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center; Lee Handke, Chief Executive Officer of the Nebraska Health Network; Jeffrey Bemoras, Senior Director at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois; Moderator: Sean McGuire, Founder of E. D. Bellis

Nature writer Gary Ferguson's latest book, The Carry Home offers a powerful glimpse into how the natural world can be a critical prompt for moving through cycles of immeasurable grief, how bereavement can turn to wonder, and how one man rediscovered himself in the process of saying goodbye. Gary Ferguson comes to Countryside Community Church’s Center for Faith Studies tonight at 7pm for a meditation on wilderness, conservation, and grief. You can find more information at www...

Paul Landow joined KIOS this morning for discussion of the election results and what comes next. Dr. Landow holds a Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska and concentrates his teaching and research on the politics of Omaha and Nebraska. He has worked at every level of government, including as executive director of a state political party, as an aide to a Member of Congress, and from 2001-08 as Chief of Staff to the Mayor of Omaha.

E. N. THOMPSON FORUM ON WORLD ISSUES LECTURE – David Brooks, Op-Ed Columnist for The New York Times , Professor at Yale University, and author of “The Road to Character” “It’s Better Than It Looks: Election 2016”

OMAHA PRESS CLUB SPECIAL – “Nebraska Second District Congressional Debate” Democrat candidate, Brad Ashford, Incumbent Congressman from Nebraska’s Second District; Republican candidate Don Bacon, Retired Air Force Brigadier General

OMAHA PRESS CLUB SPECIAL – “Capital Punishment in Nebraska – Yes or No?” Robert Evnen, Nebraskans for the Death Penalty; Sen. Colby Coash, Retain a Just Nebraska

METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE LECTURE – Meghan Malik, Trafficking Response Coordinator with the Women’s Fund of Omaha; Stephen O’Meara, Human Trafficking Coordinator with the Nebraska Attorney General’s Office; Anna Brewer, Training Consultant with the Women’s Fund of Omaha; Alicia Webber, Human Trafficking Task Force Coordinator and Project Manager with The Salvation Army’s “Fight to End Trafficking” Program “Human Trafficking in the Heartland”

CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY LECTURE – Protas Okwalo, holder of the Anna and Donald Waite Chair in Jesuit Education at Creighton University, Visiting Lecturer of Pastoral Theology and Missiology at the Capuchin Franciscan Institute of Philosophy and Theology in Addis Ababa, Ethiopa, and previously the Dean of Studies at Ethiopian Catholic University of St. Thomas Aquinas, and a lecturer at Hekima University College in Nairobi, Kenya “ Conversation: An Event of Faith Formation”

KIOS Antenna Work

Oct 24, 2016

Update: While we made progress toward our antenna replacement on Sunday December 4, we were unable to complete the work.

KIOS is in the process of replacing our aging antenna, which is causing some listeners to experience a weak or staticky over-the-air signal. Please remember you can still listen to KIOS online .

This project began October 23, and we ran into an unexpected problem that day. We attempted to finish the work on November 13, but were unable to do so...

INSTITUTE FOR HOLOCAUST EDUCATION LECTURE – Agnes Schwartz and Magda Brown, Hungarian Survivors “Hungarian Holocaust Survivor Testimonies, Part 2”

INSTITUTE FOR HOLOCAUST EDUCATION LECTURE – Agnes Schwartz and Magda Brown, Hungarian Survivors “Hungarian Holocaust Survivor Testimonies, Part 1”

CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY LECTURE – Jinmei Yuan, Professor of Philosophy at Creighton University, winner of the 2003 Unitas Literature Award, and author of “The Moon is Over the Parapet”, “Village Luokan, which won the 2009 Maotai Cup People’s Literature Award from the Chinese Writers’ Association, and, her new book, “Hustlen Hazel” “Literature as a Way of Seeking for Truth”

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