July 4, 2001

Drake Hokanson, writer and photographer, talks about the open road, and the mystique around the Lincoln Highway. He talks about the early years of the first trans-continental highway and the famous travelers that traversed the country. His book is "The Lincoln Highway: Main Street Across America".

David Graves, Beekeeper, talks about keeping bees in the city. Beekeeping is illegal in New York City, but Graves continues to harvest the honey from rooftops across the city. He'll tell us how and why bees in the city makes sense.

Steven Gluck, Raytheon engineer, discusses personal trains, or SUVs, taking the place of cars. He talks about what this mode of transportation could offer to people who live in suburbs, how the system would work, and testing going on in Illinois.