The clocks have been changed and spring is just a week away, though the cold nor’easter weather says otherwise. While you’re sitting at home dreaming of warm, sunny days, turn on MNN for programming that’s inspiring, informative and fun!
This week, check out new episodes of “The Facts,” “TSC News,” “Gotta Run With Will,” “Ginger New York,” “The Carmen Mathis Show,” “The Peace of Persistence” and “Active Aging Stories.”
“The Facts: Some Corruption Discussion”
Tuesday, March 13, 11:30 pm
Each episode of “The Facts” is either a music-story (using composed and improvised music and story), or a rehearsal for a music-story, or a discussion between scholars and experts. In this week’s episode, Pauline Park talks with Lenore Von Stein about local and national political controls.
Thursday, March 15, 9:30 am
Fred Richani chats with rising Ring of Honor Wrestling star, Deonna Purrazzo!
“Gotta Run With Will”
Thursday, March 15, 9:30 pm
This week, watch Will’s interview with Dorothy Carlow, the runner who represented Manhattan in 2017's Foot Locker 5-Borough Challenge. She runs to make the uncomfortable comfortable.
“Ginger New York”
Friday, March 16, 2:00 pm
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This week on "Ginger New York," watch rock band Quantum Split perform in advance of their debut at South by Southwest.
“The Carmen Mathis Show”
Friday, March 16, 8:00 pm
The Carmen Mathis Show featuring Obediah Wright's Balance Dance Theatre.
“The Peace of Persistence”
Sunday, March 18, 1:30 pm
Bryan Stacy, founder of Biem, the world's first virtual sexual health clinic, joins host Abigail Wright to talk about happiness, success, the importance of having difficult conversations, and more.
“Active Aging Stories”
Sunday, March 18, 6:30 pm
Worried by Word? Confused by the Cloud? Frazzled by Facebook? Many Seniors want to connect with family and friends through the internet; but sometimes is can be off-putting. This Sunday, Active Aging Stories introduces groups of young people reaching across the generations to assist older people to become comfortable on-line.