We open our first hour with our weekly finance segment, "Money Matters" with Gary Martin. Today, Gary offers some suggestions on developing a healthier relationship with credit.
Next, we talk with cast and crew from HBO’s upcoming series, Treme. Treme explores life among musicians and other residents of the working-class Treme neighborhood in post-Katrina New Orleans. The 80 minute pilot will air on HBO on Sunday, April 11th, 2010 at 10PM, EST.
We’ll hear from:
Martha Thomas’ article in this month’s Urbanite about Overmyer and Treme can be found here.
We’ll wrap up the hour talking with Kimberly Armstrong, founder and Executive Director of the Eric R. Villines Advocacy Institute, which works to reform Juvenile Justice. Kimberly lost her 16-year-old son to street violence. We’ll discuss the get-tough on gangs bill approved on the 6th by the House of Delegates, which Armstrong opposes, and why it’s problematic.
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