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                    Monday January 25, 2010: 


 For details of program airings see bottom of page


Monday January 25,  Click date for more information about guest(s)


                             JERELLE  KRAUS  





     Award-winning New York Times Art Director

             Whose Thirty-year Tenure Includes a

                 Record Thirteen Years at Op-Ed







"All the Art That's Fit to Print (And Some That Wasn't)

 Inside the New York Times Op-Ed Page" 


"To discover what really goes on inside the belly of the media beast, read All the Art That's Fit to Print.

The "Some That Wasn't" are never-published illustrations censored by Times poobahs and revealed here for the first time.

Jerelle Kraus's juicy tales include clashes with tyrannical editor Howell Raines and her two and a half hours alone with the dethroned peerless outlaw, Richard Nixon, who wanted the original of her drawing of him and Brezhnev.

In today's world of thought crimes, All the Art is must reading."

—Bill Maher, Host of HBO's "Real Time With Bill Maher


“Kraus’ gutsy, gossipy, gorgeously illustrated book tells lots of tales out of school & perfectly channels it all.” 

The Washington Post


“Essential for your media library. An exceptional document to the art and politics of our time.” 
        —FAIR (Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting)
"Along with museum-quality art (some shown in the Louvre) are uncommon insights and tantalizing backstage glimpses of Times decision-making, where editors detect genitalia in everything from a boot to a thermometer surrounded by snowflakes ('It's an ejaculation,' said Howell Raines)." 
American Journalism Review

"Kraus writes like a dream."

The San Francisco Chronicle


“Juicy, intelligent prose about the world’s top editors.”

—Serbin Communications


“Powerful, delightful, and gut-rippingly funny! A tour-de-force of commentary that tickles your intellectual funny bone.” 



“The pictures in this wonderful book are easily worth the price by themselves, but the anecdotes and text raise the work to a higher level for their revelations about how the News is processed at America's foremost paper."

Texas Photo Forum


“Kraus has the eye of a hawk and the heart of a revolutionary." 

 Ralph Steadman


“The colorful text spans the decades, from Nixon to Obama.”

Editor & Publisher


“With literary flair, in this overflowing treasure chest of ideas, politics and cultural critiques, Kraus proves that art is dangerous and sometimes necessarily so.”

—Publishers Weekly


"An intensely personal history of the page as it weathered the Times’ tempests and tinpot tyrannies."

—Columbia Journalism Review


“The Times' innovative Op-Ed page has given us the elegant visual jazz of artists set free in a parallel universe where Dada collides with Pop. Kraus serves up the best of these excursions, including, happily, those that went too far.”

—Garry Trudeau (“Doonesbury)




The program can be viewed in its entirety by clicking the you tube link below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByYdw1Eyi98 - JERELLE KRAUS



Tuesday January 26,  Click date for more information about guest(s)



                             SOANYA  AHMED



                           305 Days Non-Stop at Sea

                Longest Continuous Time for a Woman

                            at Sea Without Re-Supply



Contact: Soanya Ahmad                                                         FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Phone: 928-257-3100  

Email: Soanya@1000days.net



On January 16, 2010, New York City artist, adventurer and sailor Reid Stowe, on his 70 ft. gaff-rigged schooner Anne, will finally have accomplished his goal of remaining at sea for 1,000 days (2 years, 7 months and 4 days) without re-supply or touching land, in the process setting or breaking 4 world records.

Stowe, a NYC artist/sailor departed land on April 21, 2007 to attempt the longest sea voyage in history, 1000 days non-stop at sea. The longest continuous time on record was 657 days held by the Australian, Jon Sanders after his triple circumnavigation in 1987. As Reid approached Sanders’ solo record on Day 964 Sanders wrote, “Well done Reid. Good luck mate.”

Stowe left port in 2007 and was accompanied by his girlfriend and first mate, Soanya Ahmad. Together they sailed from the Hudson towards the Atlantic on a ship laden with three years worth of food, solar panels for energy, large tarps to catch rainwater, a laptop, an iridium satellite telephone, and a Metocean tracking unit that would verify the path of the 1000 days voyage (see google map at www.1000days.net)

Fifteen days out the Anne was involved in a collision with a freighter in the North Atlantic. After drifting for a month, Stowe was able to repair the ship enough so that the couple could keep going. Hundreds of days passed sailing through storms, schools of dolphins, flying fish, colorful sunsets, and demanding physical work to maintain the schooner. As Stowe and Ahmad entered the rougher winds and waves of the Southern ocean, Ahmad experienced debilitating nausea believing it to be seasickness. She was transferred off the coast of Australia to another boat which ferried her to back to land where it was confirmed she was pregnant. She returned to New York to have her son.

Stowe continued on alone to face the infamous Cape Horn, sail after sail blowing out, low water supplies, one knockdown, and a broken desalinator. Finally, in the Pacific Ocean around day 550 things took a turn for the better. Stowe completed a drawing in the shape of a whale with the course that he sailed. This was the second conceptual ocean art drawing of his career, the first one being a drawing of a sea turtle in the Atlantic in 2001 when he sailed for 197 days out of sight of land. Stowe continued on into the Atlantic and sailed a course in the shape of a heart, which he dedicated to the mother of his son Darshen, now 18 months old.

More than just a sailing voyage attempting to create a record, the 1000 days at sea is an exploration into the spirit of man. Stowe writes in his logs:

”I want to inspire people of spirit to venture where they will and tolerate no hindrance to their seeking. I forge ahead with intensity and fierce emotion and hope and love for everyone else. I hoot and cry when I suddenly see the big moon after weeks of seeing no moon. This feeling of awe and impulse to worship is at the heart of my desire to be at sea and without it I would sail fast to the nearest port.” (Day 630)

Armed with plenty of food, supplies, a positive outlook and a strong determination to finish successfully, Stowe continues onward into the blue wilderness.


Please visit the official website at www.1000days.net to read daily blogs from the Anne, see her current location, hear audio clips, and much more.

Note: Beyond 1,000 days!!!

Day 1,000 of Stowe’s challenging voyage (January 16, 2010) would put his return to NY harbor in the middle of winter when the storms of the North Atlantic are at their peak. As a result, Stowe has decided to sail with the variable winds and currents of the Atlantic doldrums, planning to return instead on Thursday, June 17, 2010 at which time he will have passed 3 years and will end up at 1,151 days total.




1,000th Day Announcement Event

4 world records set or broken

15:30 to 16:30 – 16 January 2010

South Street Seaport Museum - 5th Floor Gallery
12 Fulton Street, NYC NY

RSVP– Donna@1000days.net or 928-257-3100


Featuring a live satellite feed from Reid from the middle of the Atlantic Ocean

Followed by

1,000th Day Party & Celebration

17:00 to 20:00  – 16 January 2010
Ryan McGuire’s Ale House
28 Cliff Street, NYC NY
Just south of Fulton Street. Just 2 short blocks from the Museum



The program can be viewed in its entirety by clicking the you tube link below:  

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUoxqwi6cRc - SOANYA AHMED



Wednesday January 27,  Click date for more information about guest


                                            (Originally aired: 15-17-07)


                                     LOUIS UCHITELLE






         Award Winning - Senior Writer on Economics


               and Finance for The New York Times




                    “The Disposable American:

               Layoffs and Their Consequences’’




The program can be viewed in its entirety by clicking the you tube link below:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUWfAGQyPTA - LOUIS UCHITELLE



Thursday January 28,  Click date for more information about guest(s)


                                    (Originally aired: 02-12-09)

                              GERARD  COLBY



                  The National Writers Union



                Writer / Investigative Reporter



                                      (212) 254-02790 Ext. 14


The program can be viewed in its entirety by clicking the you tube link below:

  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5WZtFVyYcMM - GERARD COLBY



Friday January 29,  Click date for more information about guest(s)


                              Originally aired: March 1985)

                               (First 1/2 Hour)


                                 YUE-SAI KAN



         Originally a Public Access Cable Television 

                       Producer in New York City

           Destined to Become an Internationally

                                Recognized Star


After Being Selected in 1984 to be the First Western

 Producer/Host of a Regularly Scheduled Television


                Series for the Vast Chinese Market



The program can be viewed in its entirety by clicking the you tube link below:

  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBh1ccl4EQg - YUE-SAI KAN / CHARLES WALSH



                                                (2nd Half Hour)

                                    CHARLES WALSH


          Vice President - World Wide Advertising


    and Sales - CBS Broadcast International


The program can be viewed in its entirety by clicking the you tube link below:

  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBh1ccl4EQg - YUE-SAI KAN / CHARLES WALSH



Individual programs can be viewed each week day


                                (11:00 AM -  NOON / (NYC Time)


Channel 34 of the Time/Warner, Channel 83 of the RCN, & Channel 33 of the Verizon FiOS

                       Cable Television Systems in Manhattan, New


The Program can now be viewed on the internet at time of cable casting at



              NOTE: You must adjust viewing to reflect NYC time

                                    & click on channel 34 at site



                                    241 West 36th StreetNew York,N.Y. 10018 Phone: 212-695-6351 E-Mail: HHC@NYC.RR.COM


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