NASA's watchdog says the space agency acted properly when it picked new homes for the retired space shuttles. The shuttles were awarded to museums in suburban Washington DC, Los Angeles, Cape Canaveral, Fla., and New York.
Dayton and Houston did not benefit from the decisions and had asked for an investigation, alleging political influences. In a report released today Thursday, Inspector General Paul Martin found there were no outside influences, including none from the White House. The decision making was based on attendance, population, funding and the facility.
This weekend Oh Condor will perform as part of Blind Bob's 3rd anniversary celebration. On this edition of Kaleidoscope, the band performs new songs live in the WYSO studios and speaks with Juliet Fromholt about the decision to change their name from 8 Bit Revival and plans for upcoming releases and tours.
This weekend Blind Bobs will celebrate 3 years of business with a weekend full of music, festivities and food. Here Kaleidoscope host Juliet Fromholt chats with the Mendenhall family about the starting the business and growing it over the past three years and how music has been an important part of that.