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Wednesday, July 18th at 8 PM
Learn why wildlife holds the key to survival for the people who live in some of the world's most extraordinary natural wonders, such as northern Australia, northern Siberia and Vanuatu. But animals can be foes as well as friends.
Wednesday, July 18th at 9 PM
Witness the extraordinary wildlife and remarkable people of Earth's highest mountain range, where Tibetan monks perform ancient rituals, snow leopards prowl the mountainsides and bizarre snub-nosed monkeys survive in frozen forests.
Thursday, July 19th at 8 PM
Erik Thomson plays George, a man who once skated through life but is now stumbling. When his wife dies, he makes a rash decision to move his kids away from Sydney to the town of Weld, New Zealand where Turner spent his youth.
Friday, July 20th at 7:30 PM
Northern California cannabis growers John Casali of Southern Humboldt and Chia Flowers from Mendocino discuss how legalization and other issues have impacted the industry, and what can be done to help farmers withstand what’s coming in the future. This once burgeoning industry faces new challenges and requires fresh insight. Casali and Flowers help their fellow farmers organize for the future.
Friday, July 20th at 8:30 PM
Christian Siriano parlayed a lifetime of confidence and a singular vision into a “Project Runway” victory and a women’s fashion empire. How did this sartorial savant traverse rejection from the Fashion Institute of Technology and go on to create one of the most socially conscious and successful fashion lines in the industry?
Friday, July 20th at 10 PM
It was over 50 years ago, in 1965, when Arlo Guthrie took out the trash following a Thanksgiving dinner that "couldn't be beat". It started a chain of events including Arlo's arrest for littering, court appearance, and rejection from military service depicted in his hilarious and iconic song, Alice's Restaurant. The song (an 18 minute musical monologue) went platinum, spawned a full length motion picture, and became an American tradition ubiquitously played on hundreds of radio stations at Thanksgiving. In ALICE'S RESTAURANT 50TH ANNIVERSARY CONCERT, Arlo deftly performs the song for the first time in over a decade and receives a standing ovation from his delighted fans. He also plays other material from the early part of his career, his hits and two new arrangements of previously unreleased lyrics by his father, the legendary folk singer Woody Guthrie. It's a heartfelt evening that examines Arlo's life through his music, which is interlaced with remarkable and often humorous stories.