On the … heck I am hosting The Dave Stieren Show Friday …

The Dave Stieren Show on AM 750 KFQDFrom 2 – 5pm Friday — tomorrow as I write this and probably this afternoon as many of you read it — I will be guest hosting The Dave Stieren Show.

The show is broadcast on AM 750 KFQD/ FM 103.7  if in Anchorage.  For those not in Anchorage (or not near a radio but with your computer or smart phone handy), the show is also simulcast on the web at KFQD Listen Now!, at The Dave Stieren Show on Tune In Radio or on the Tune In app available from the iTunes or Android stores at the icon for KFQD.

Added Notes:  The “pre-reads” for today’s show mentioned in the last paragraph below are now up at the Thoughts on Alaska Oil & Gas Facebook Page.

Note 2:  The podcasts from the show are now available at Bluegrass, UAA and Fiscal Policy …

We will have three guests.  Jason Hodges, the Executive Director of the Anchorage Concert Association, will join us from 2:15 – 2:45p to talk about the Association’s just completed season, the recently announced 2013 – 2014 season, and what I am most interested in, how the Association selects the groups they include as part of their season.  (If it were me, I would pick all Celtic and Bluegrass groups — thank goodness its not me!!).

From 3:15 – 3:45p, Mark Filipenko, the President of the UAA Hockey Alumni Association, will join me to discuss the recent controversy surrounding the UAA Athletic Department, the selection of Matt Thomas as the new UAA Head Hockey Coach, and most important, where UAA Hockey and the UAA Athletic Department is headed from here from the perspective of his constituency.

And then finally, from 4:15 – 4:45p, Rep. Mia Costello, a member of the all-powerful House Finance Committee and the Chair of the Subcommittee on Fiscal Policy, will be in to discuss something that I often write about on these pages — state spending levels, past, present and future.

In between, listeners will have to put up with me, but as befits the fact that I am sitting in for the on air talent previously known as “Super Dave” Stieren, I psyched myself up for the appearance this evening by going to a showing of the 3-D version of “Man of Steel” (the man previously knows as Superman).

If any come into my head, I will post what my friends in the business world refer to as “pre-reads” for listeners tomorrow along the way at least on the Thoughts on Alaska Oil & Gas Facebook page, and, if I can convince Dave’s producer — Silent Will — to do the same, on The Dave Stieren Show Facebook page.

We’ll see how this goes …………..

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