Associates close to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie say he is not going to run for president. Christie is expected to formally announce that decision at a news conference this afternoon. We’ll hear more from Jay Newton-Small from Time Magazine. We’ll also get an update from NYC’s Occupy Wall Street protests with Time Magazine reporter… Continue reading Chris Christie’s Decision, Occupy Wall Street Update, Youth Incarceration, Learning to Love Opera: Today on Here and Now
The Louisville Orchestra has cancelled two months worth of concerts as part of its ongoing dispute with musicians. Arts columnist Thompson Smillie discussed the impact of the cancellation — and the dispute in general — on the city’s art scene.
1:06pm: With Steve Jobs stepping down as CEO of Apple, we’ll look at his vision of a high–tech world and how he changed our lives. 1:12pm We’ll take a look at another piece of technology: The Supercookie. A regular cookie, in tech terms, is a data file that stores information about where computer users go… Continue reading Steve Jobs Retires, Louisville Orchestra Cancels Performances: Today on Here and Now
As many as 20 tornadoes raked western Massachusetts last night – causing a lot of damage. In what is rapidly becoming The Tornado Report, we’re going to get an update from the scene today. Arts writer Thomson Smillie joins us for some analysis of the Louisville Orchestra’s reorganization plan and what the future could hold… Continue reading Today on Here & Now
The Louisville Orchestra’s contract with its musicians expired at midnight Wednesday. That means the players are not being paid, they do not have insurance and do not have any guarantee they’ll have jobs when the next season starts. There’s hope for a new contract, but amid contentious negotiations and ongoing bankruptcy proceedings, that hope is… Continue reading Little Room for Compromise in Orchestra Contract Talks