Isaac-Davy Aronson

Producer, "Morning Edition"

Isaac-Davy Aronson is WUNC's morning news producer and can frequently be heard on air as a host and reporter. He came to North Carolina in 2011, after several years as a host at New York Public Radio in New York City.  He's been a producer, newscaster and host at Air America Radio, New York Times Radio, and Newsweek on Air.

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State of Things
11:55 am
Wed July 20, 2011

Living Without Enemies

Book cover, ''Living Without Enemies''

When Marcia Owen began the Religious Coalition for a Nonviolent Durham in 1992, it was a traditional gun-control advocacy group. Over time, Marcia realized that new laws weren't going to address the root causes of the violence plaguing the Bull City. Instead of working for Durham's underserved communities, she began working with the people who lived in them. That particular method of social engagement is what Dean of Duke Chapel Sam Wells has been advocating in his theology for years. Wells and Owen have co-authored a new book called “Living Without Enemies: Being Present in the Midst of Violence” (IVP Books/2011).

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State of Things
11:58 am
Tue July 19, 2011

Iron House

John Hart
Credit bigail Seymour Photography

Durham-born writer John Hart has had three New York Times bestsellers, won several awards, and had his books optioned by Hollywood. North Carolina's open spaces and its dark corners continue to inspire his work.

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State of Things
11:51 am
Tue July 19, 2011

Is That You in the Blue?

Dex Romweber Duo
Credit Judy Woodall

Jack White of The White Stripes calls Dex Romweber a huge influence on his music...and he's not alone. Romweber's stripped-down style has inspired a generation of indie-punk rockers. For the last few years, he and his sister Sara have been playing together as the Dex Romweber Duo.

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State of Things
12:07 pm
Fri July 15, 2011

Mice in Space

When America’s last space shuttle mission blasted off, astronauts weren’t the only living creatures aboard the Atlantis. Thirty mice also went along for the ride. After orbiting the Earth, they may return with some important answers about bone density that can help scientists treat human bone diseases like osteoporosis.

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State of Things
12:57 pm
Tue July 12, 2011

A Fresh Start to Find a Job

In a move to help reduce the rate of unemployment, more North Carolinians are getting a clean slate. In the last 10 years, expungements of criminal records have tripled.

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State of Things
12:43 pm
Tue July 12, 2011

Honing in on Highway Safety

A fiery tractor trailer crash on I-40 claimed three lives earlier this month and the trucking company involved had numerous safety violations. The accident was one of the latest in a recent rash of deadly highway crashes involving big rigs. Other major accidents in recent months involved budget bus lines that also that have long lists of citations for, among other things, driver fatigue.

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