How can ordinary citizens reduce violence and abuse in their communities? On this week’s “Coffee Table” program, we explore that topic – and learn what the “Green Dot” program is all about – when experts from the Leeshore Center in Kenai and the South Peninsula Haven House join us.
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On this week’s edition of the “Coffee Table” program, we take on the difficult but important subject of alcoholism and its effect on our neighbors and our society. Meet three people who are recovering from alcoholism, hear their stories of survival and learn what resources are available on the Kenai Peninsula for those who suffer from this terrible disease.
This week, we catch up on important issues facing the Kenai Peninsula Borough, with a discussion with Borough Assembly members Bill Smith, Hal Smalley, Mako Haggerty and Brent Johnson.
Catch up on important issues facing the Kenai Peninsula Borough on this edition of the “Coffee Table,” featuring Borough Assembly members Kelly Wolf and Bill Smith.
The state legislative session has reached its midpoint. On this week's "Coffee Table" program, Sen. Peter Micciche and Rep. Mike Chenault give us an idea of how the important issues are shaping up in Juneau.
It’s time to catch up on important issues facing the Kenai Peninsula Borough on this week’s “Coffee Table” program, as Borough Mayor Mike Navarre sits with us in the studio.
Books always make a great Christmas gift for the readers among your friends and family. If you need some expert advice to pick out that perfect book, join the Kenai Peninsula’s very own New York Times best-selling author Dana Stabenow on Coffee Table this week to find out what’s on her shopping list.
It’s the KBBI/KDLL newsroom’s annual “Year In Review” show on this week’s edition of the “Coffee Table." Join Ariel Van Cleave, Shaylon Cochran and Aaron Selbig as they revisit some of the most important news stories of 2013.
On this week’s edition of the “Coffee Table” program, we take a hard look at drug addiction – how it has affected young, people, families and our communities. Drug treatment experts and family members affected by addiction join us for the conversation.
Are you prepared for a natural disaster? Find out what you can do to be ready for an earthquake, tsunami or volcanic eruption on this week’s edition of the “Coffee Table,” with expert guests from the State of Alaska and the Kenai Peninsula Borough.
Soldotna schools reconfiguration, a leaner budget expected for next year and a new way to assess how schools are performing… there’s a lot happening with education on the Kenai Peninsula. School District Superintendent Dr. Steve Atwater, School Board President Joe Arness and Vice President Liz Downing join us to discuss those issues and more.
Get an insider’s look at the important news stories of the day on this week’s "Coffee Table" program, as journalists from all over the Kenai Peninsula sit down for a special “reporter’s roundtable” discussion.
Journalists from the Homer News, Redoubt Reporter, KBBI and KDLL sit down to pore over results of Tuesday's Kenai Peninsula Borough election, plus the news of the day.
Co-hosts Aaron Selbig and Shaylon Cochran give an extensive preview of the October 1st Kenai Peninsula Borough and municipal election, including profiles of the candidates and a close look at ballot initiatives.
On this week’s “Coffee Table” program … coffee! We have a group of Kenai Peninsula coffee roasters, telling us about their craft, the fine art of making coffee and why people on the peninsula love it so much.