This week on The Local Show, we continue our examination of the various aspects of suicide. We talk to Mike Burke and Ray Daniels about the progress being made on the Google project. We celebrate the Grammy victory of Prairie Village native, Joyce DiDonato. We peek in on an entrepreneurial brainstorming session at the Kauffman Foundation that is part of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce’s Big 5 Ideas. And we celebrate Mardi Gras Kansas-style with the musical stylings of Truckstop Honeymoon.
Tonight, in part three of of our four part series on suicide, producer Sandy Woodson examines what to do when you someone you know is considering suicide.
The Local Show gets an update on the Google project from Mike Burke and Ray Daniels who are leading the Mayors’ Bi-State Google Innovation Team.
Prairie Village native and international opera star Joyce DiDonato won a Grammy for her performance, Diva Divo.
As part of the Chamber’s Big 5 initiative, eight public forums are underway to get your views. The Local Show checked in on one of them this week at the Kauffman Foundation.
Mike West and Katie Euliss, the duo known as Truckstop Honeymoon, relocated to Lawrence, Ks after Hurricane Katrina. The Local Show welcomes them to the show to show how they liven up Fat Tuesday in Kansas.