Sunday, June 19, 2011

Paula Marinoni on Richard Drake's show on Fayetteville Public Access Television this week

On the Air: Preservationist/activist Paula Marinoni

Fayetteville preservationist/activist Paula Marinoni will be the guest this week on “On the Air with Richard S. Drake.”

Marinoni will be discussing the possible plans of the University of Arkansas to build a temporary access road across the lawn in front of Old Main, leading from Lafayette, for two years, so that work can be done on UA grounds.

She will also discuss the bridge on Lafayette, and whether it is up to the steady load of trucks for the next several years.

Show days and times:

Monday - (7pm)
Tuesday - (noon)
Saturday -(6pm)

C.A.T. is shown on Channel 218 of the Cox Channel line-up in Fayetteville, and on Channel 99 of AT&T’s U-Verse.

“On the Air with Richard S. Drake” celebrates its 20 years on the air this year. Drake is the author of a science fiction novel, “Freedom Run,” and a history of Fayetteville, “Ozark Mosaic: Adventures in Arkansas Alternative Journalism, 1990-2002.”

Contact information:

Richard S. Drake

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