Wednesday, Aug 12 12 p.m. (ET)

Cutting Sports And Activities In Fairfax County Schools?

The Fairfax County Public School system is once again under pressure to make severe budget cuts. One of the ideas recently floated suggested cutting back spending on activities and cutting out spending on athletics. We chat with the chair of the county's school board about how the system found itself in this financial shape and what ideas are under serious consideration for navigating the future.

Wednesday, Aug 12 12:39 p.m. (ET)

“Your Turn”

It's "Your Turn" to set the agenda and explore the stories making headlines this week. From the possibility that one of the largest and highest-performing school districts in the region cutting out athletics to whether a comedy sketch on cable television can jolt the movement for D.C. voting rights.

Wednesday, Aug 12 1 p.m. (ET)

A Shortage Of Chefs

The booming restaurant scene means here and around the country, good chefs and other kitchen staff are in high demand. We explore what it means for eating out in our area.

Wednesday, Aug 12 1:36 p.m. (ET)

“Into The Valley” By Ruth Galm

Ruth Galm's debut novel -- "Into the Valley" -- is a trip both back in time and through California's Central Valley. We talk with the author about her unique main character and the appeal of an earlier era.

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