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This week on The Point:
December 2: 3D Printing
3D printers have been around for at least three decades, but a convergence of computing power, design software, and market forces are pushing the technology to the fore.
December 3: Dogs
As any dog owner will attest having a dog brings great joy but also entails work. Training, exercise and preventative health care is a commitment you make for the life of the animal. Veterinarian Larry Venezia and Melissa Berryman Author of People Training for Good Dogs discuss dog health, training and behavior.
December 4: The Evolution of Faith and Religion
Over the past 3 decades there have been significant shifts in the role of faith, church and religion in our lives. Tom/ This morning we sit down with several religious and spiritual leaders to discuss such questions as- what are people looking for from their spirituality and their church? How have our perceptions of the afterlife changed? And how do we balance our religious beliefs with our political views?
Guests –Bruce Epperly, Pastor at the South Congregational Church in Centerville, Deborah Warner, Rector at the Church of the Messiah in Woods Hole, Elias Lieberman, Rabbi at the Falmouth Jewish Congregation and Ann Fox, Minister at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Fairhaven
December 5: The Chandler Travis Three-O
We visit with musician Chandler Travis and the members of one of his four bands The Chandler Travis Three-O that includes John Clark, Fred Boak and Berke McKelvey
We’ll find out how this group of talented musicians came together and their shared passion for detailing, arranging and rehearsing.
We’ll also talk about the 10th anniversary of the Cape Cod Cavalcade for the homeless which Chandler organizes.
link to Chandler's web site http://www.chandlertravis.com/
December 6: News Roundup
Editors discuss the news of the week with host Sean Corcoran.