Today on Buckmaster – Mike Hammond, Pima County representative on the Arizona Transportation Board. Also, we talk with Christie Street, co-founder and CEO of Nextrio, the largest IT consulting firm in Tucson. Plus we check in with Keith Rosenblum, Buckmaster Mexico contributor.
Today on Buckmaster – Edgar Soto, Pima Community College Dean of Athletics, Fitness & Wellness. Then Kathleen Eriksen, president and CEO of the Downtown Tucson Partnership. Plus Pima County Supervisor Richard Elias (D-District 5).
Today on Buckmaster – Former Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard, who is architect of a new campaign against so-called “dark money.” Then Certified Financial Planner Shelly Fishman has our Tuesday Money Maker Report. Also, our annual look at the best in Southwest literature as we announce the winners of the 2017 Southwest Books of the Year. Two of the five judges join us: Dr. Bruce Dinges, retired director of publications for the AZ Historical Society and Helene Woodhams, literary arts librarian for Pima County Public Libraries.
Today on Buckmaster – The Monday Political Face-Off featuring commentators John Munger and Vince Rabago. Then our Water Quarterly with Karen Cesare, member of the Central Arizona Conservation District (CAP) Board of Directors. Plus it’s year-end tax time again. We turn to Certified Public Accountant Michael C. Flowers for important tips.
Today on Buckmaster – The Friday Focus interview is with Farhad Moghimi, executive director, Pima Association of Government (PAG) and the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA). The Friday Roundtable features Dylan Smith, editor/publisher and creator of TucsonSentinel.com, and Dan Shearer, editor of The Green Valley News and Sahuarita Sun. Matt Russell, food and beverage columnist for Inside Tucson Business and the Tucson Weekly, hosts Weekend Watch.
Today on Buckmaster – The monthly Showdown features commentators Joseph Morgan and David Morales. Then comet discover and Sharing the Sky Founder Dr. David Levy. Plus Buckmaster Legal Contributor attorney Don Loose.
Today on Buckmaster – Scientists say dinosaurs are extinct because an asteroid hit the wrong spot on earth. The man who discovered that spot is my guest tomorrow, Dr. David Kring, senior staff scientist at the Houston-based Lunar & Planetary Institute. Also, where are you going this holiday season? Travel Talk with Bon Voyage Travel Ryan Hansen is always fun. Plus, Dr. Mark Sykes, CEO of the Tucson-based Planetary Scientist Institute joins us for his monthly visit.
Today on Buckmaster – Washington Contributor Terry Bracy gets us off the starting block with his comments from the nation’s capitol. Then Certified Financial Planner Shelly Fishman has the Tuesday Money Maker Report. Also, Former University of Arizona College of Medicine Dean and Creator of CredibleMeds.org Dr. Ray Woosley has our monthly Your Meds segment. Plus, longtime Tucson Weekly Arts Writer Margaret Regan is featured on the Fox Tucson Theatre Arts Report.
Today on Buckmaster – The Monday Political Face-Off features commentators Jim Kelley and Dr. Don Jorgensen. Among the items up for discussion the newly passed Senate tax bill. Then an update on the crisis in Korea from retired U-S Army Chief of Staff General John A. Wickham, Jr..
Today on Buckmaster – Our Friday Focus interview is with State Senator Steve Farley, Arizona Democratic gubernatorial candidate. Our Friday Roundtable features Sarah Garrecht Gassen, editorial page editor and columnist for The Arizona Daily Star, and Jim Nintzel, editor of The Tucson Weekly. Matt Russell, food and beverage columnist for Inside Tucson Business presents Weekend Watch.